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Six new additions in our cocktail range

Four Smirnoff vodka concoctions now available in our cocktail lounge, along with fruit-flavoured gin and a rum stunner

We have six superb new cocktails on the menu, in our cocktail lounge collection, for you to savour and share.

Our selection of cocktails has been extended to include a delightful combination of Kopparberg’s cider and gin, creating our NEW Kopparberg Strawberry Delight (available as a pitcher only, 375 kcal), while a blend of rums with ‘a punch’ produces our heady Hawaiian Pipeline Punch (208 kcal, in a glass with 50ml spirit).

Banzai Pipeline, the world’s most famous wave, on Oahu’s fabled North Shore comes alive for just a few brief months every winter. In honour of this epic force of nature, Monster created its Pipeline Punch.


The company ‘Monsterised’ the perfect combination of the best flavours which Hawaii has to offer – passion fruit, orange and guava – by adding its energy blend.

We have taken this drink and added Captain Morgan Original Spiced Gold and Captain Morgan Tiki, together with lemonade and lime, to produce our NEW Hawaiian Pipeline Punch, available by the pitcher (100ml spirit) and the large pitcher (150ml spirit).

The warm spices and vanilla notes of Captain Morgan Original Spiced Gold are blended with the Caribbean rum, mixed with pineapple and mango, of our NEW Captain Morgan Tiki and brought together with the fruity Pipeline Punch.


Available as a pitcher only, our NEW Kopparberg Strawberry Delight marries Kopparberg Strawberry & Lime cider with Kopparberg Premium Gin Strawberry & Lime, together with lemonade and lime.

Wetherspoon’s customers have been enjoying Sweden’s Kopparberg cider since it launched in 2005 in our pubs.

The Kopparberg premium cider, with strawberry and lime, is a firm favourite, served on draught and in bottles at our pubs.

During autumn 2019, we added Kopparberg Premium Gin Strawberry & Lime to our gin palace pink gin collection – and it has proven a hit.


Kopparberg Premium Gin is a London dry-style gin which has been double distilled, then infused with the same strawberry and lime flavour as the cider, yet also features juniper, lemon zest and coriander botanicals.

We have now combined both tipples into a top-notch NEW cocktail, adding lemonade and lime, for an all-year-round summer taste. Our range of Smirnoff vodka cocktails has been extended with four NEW drinks.

The four brand-new Smirnoff cocktail recipes, available by the glass (50ml spirit), the pitcher (100ml spirit) and the large pitcher (150ml spirit), include NEW Cranberry Breeze (119 kcal*) which mixes Smirnoff vodka, cranberry juice, lemonade and lime.


Smirnoff vodka is blended with Dalston’s Fizzy Rhubarb, lemonade and lime to make the NEW Rhubarb Spritz (203 kcal*). 

NEW Mighty Booch (129 kcal*) combines Smirnoff vodka, Remedy kombucha raspberry lemonade, soda and lime for this mightily different cocktail recipe.

A more classic concoction mixes Old Jamaica ginger beer, lemonade and lime, with Smirnoff vodka – for our NEW Moscow Mule (170 kcal*).

With our six brand-new cocktail flavours, offering a selection of fruity, punchy, spicy and mighty recipes, there is something for everyone.


Smirnoff vodka is made from the finest grains, with a triple-distillation and proprietary filtration process which has made Smirnoff the world’s number-one premium vodka brand.

With annual worldwide sales of more than 25 million cases, the brand has come a long way since Pyotr Smirnov built his Moscow distillery in 1864.

Thanks to his pioneering use of charcoal filtration, his spirit was purer than most and soon dominated the Russian vodka market until 1917, when the Bolsheviks arrived.

Fleeing the revolution, Pyotr’s son, Vladimir, left Russia with his father’s recipe, opened a small distillery in Europe and started to bring the highest-quality Russian vodka to the masses.


*Calories listed in the cocktail lounge refer to a glass with 50ml spirit, unless otherwise stated.