Gerry's is an independent store selling spirits and liqueuers, specialising in exotic and rare varieties, from Czech absinthe to Peruvian pisco
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74 Old Compton StreetSohoLondonW1D 4UW
- +44 20 7734 4215
You can't fault the amount of booze this long standing store has got, but what's equally great is the knowledge the guys have here.
Don't worry if you feel like a complete novice, they'll soon have you serving your friends like a pro.
It's also great to know that bartenders themselves are regularly popping in shopping for their own creations and experiments. You can't go wrong if the...more
A total London institution.
Erm...I feel as though every review of Gerry's says a version of this exact thing.
But it's true!
Gerry's is an adult's candy store, a liver's worst nightmare. You want something obscure? Head to Gerry's. Want to win best girlfriend award and pimp out your boyfriend's cocktail bar? GERRYS. Want to add some new 2015 sizzle to your drinks? Fennel and...more
Booze, booze, booze!
I had to organise a Brasilian-themed happy hour at the office and, obviously, you have to serve Caipirinha! Having said that, I was in serious need for Cachaça. Waitrose didn't carry it, nor any of the off-licenses near the office, so I ventured out to Soho, to this little magical shop that makes everyone start writing their with the word "Booze"! Needless to say, I did...more
Aha Gerry's. Such an innocent looking shop, and yet, there's maybe no place more dangerous in all of Soho. Maybe all of London.
This is the holy grail of booze shops. You can stop your search, drunken King Arthur, you've completed your quest. It has everything over flowing on it's shelves. If it's not here, it's not anywhere in London.
Now, how you're supposed to do it is come in, walk up to...more
It's a library... of booze.
It's an Aladdin's Cave... of booze.
It's London's mecca, shrine, hub, church... of booze.
It's Scrooge McDuck's money pile... of booze.
And I will happily dive right in. Often.
(Will it be yellow or green chartreuse this evening, Gatsby?)more