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Laying up Supper

27th November 2020, 20:00 - 22:00

The LCSC Social Committee simply could not draw 2020 to a close without the infamous


Dress code: Nautical

Location: Zoom - details via Whatsapp

Ticket Price: Free

For one night only, please join us in the usual Corinthian style for a nautical evening of cocktails, awards and special guests.


8pm - cocktail happy half-hour

8.30pm - awards

9.15pm - on-line social

10pm - event closes

No need to RSVP but please put the date in the diary!

History of the London Maritime club:

The Club was founded 10 years ago for maritime colleagues, at the famous Dukes Bar in St James, where the James Bond Martini comes from.

The involvement with LCSC started at the LCSC 125th anniversary rally during the pontoon party where they mixed martinis on Peter Ryan's boat TC for club members

This was followed by the LCSC James Bond film and martinis night at the club, and Al Fresco martini's on the club forecourt during the club closure this summer.

Recommended ingredients:

Standard Martini

50 mls Gin or Vodka ( or both for a vesper)

Around 10 mls of vermouth or less for a proper extra dry martini

Large lump ice cubes - smaller ones or ice slices melt and dilute the drink too much

Lemon zest peel, or olives (plus juice for a dirty martini)

Chill martini glass and shaker beforehand

Vermouths - extra dry

Nolly Pratt

Martini Extra Dry

Belsazar - Dry German Vermouth ( interesting complex flavours)

These all go well with a twist of lemon, or olives


Cocci Americano less dry, slightly fruity, and perfect with olives or a dirty martini

Cocci Barolo Chinato, red wine based good for Christmas martinis

Lillet Blanc fortified wine more fruity, great with a orange zest twist

The Chairman's Christmas Martini

Blood Orange Vodka plus UK Sacred Vermouth - highly complex mix of 30 botanicals, and fruit giving a good Christmas spice flavour + grated orange dark chocolate, cinnamon, and a twist of orange zest

Looking forward to seeing you on Friday.

Bottoms up!

Last updated 5:09pm on 26 November 2020

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