Alcohol Delivery in London: How To Get Drinks Direct To Your Door
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Alcohol Delivery in London: How To Get Drinks Direct To Your Door

Bring the bar to your living room – or local park

Looking for alcohol delivery services? Read on for the best, from a new online shop dedicated to grower champagne to The Berkeley’s mobile bar. 

Alcohol Delivery in London

NIO Cocktails

NIO Cocktails

NIO stands for Needs Ice Only: cocktails come ready to drink, with no other specialist knowledge, ingredients or bar implements required. Boxes can hold either three, six or nine cocktails, which are each packaged in a uniquely-designed sleeve – ideal for lining up on a shelf to stock up your own home bar. When drinks o’clock arrives, simply shake the sleeve, pinch and tear off the corner and pour over ice. Boxes from £19.50.

Drop Wine

Drop Wine

Wondering how to keep the drinks flowing at your park meet-ups? Download the Drop app, which bills itself as a ‘virtual sommelier in your pocket.’ Launched by London restaurateurs Ian Campbell and Will Palmer, Drop aims to take the stresses out of picnics – no more lukewarm wine or lugging bottles across the common. Sunny day? Add ice to your order. Getting peckish? Pop some nibbles on the side. Drop will deliver to any London park or garden within the hour.

Craft Whiskey Club

Craft Whiskey Club

Create home-tasting whisky sessions with the Craft Whisky Club. From casks to pairings, the whisky classics are delivered directly to your door, handpicked by resident experts ensuring you receive the finest small batch and artisan whiskies. Each box includes up to two full size bottles, as well as specially selected food pairings to match the whiskies.

The Sorting Table

The Sorting Table alcohol delivery

New kids on the fine wine block, The Sorting Table is redefining what the best vino means in the 21st century, and making it easier to discover fresh new bottles and makers. ‘It doesn’t have to be fancy or expensive but have identity,’ says Rajat Parr, award-winning sommelier and founding partner, summing up The Sorting Table’s approach. ‘A wine that has something to say to the drinker who is curious. It’s not just a beverage but a symbol of comfort and identity.’ The result is a collection of wines that are handpicked for their unique stories, exciting terroirs and the passion of their makers. I tried Wild Air, a tart, savoury, fruity sauvignon blanc from South Africa. As a devotee of New Zealand sauv’ blancs, this pick will definitely have me perusing the South Africa section more in the future.

Belle Livingstone Spirits’ Cocktail Kit

Belle Livingstone Spirits

Travel back in time to the Roaring ‘20s with Belle Livingstone’s Spirits’ sleek cocktail kit. The speakeasy-inspired treasure trove contains everything you need to make 12 prohibition cocktails, along with detailed art deco recipe cards and all the equipment: a strainer, muddler, jigger, bar spoon and shaker. All you’ll need to add is a couple of fresh ingredients. To ensure you’re fully immersed in the era, the box also contains links to a Jazz Age playlist – so dress up to the nines and make a night of it.


Sandia Chang Bubbledogs

Bubbledogs founder Sandia Chang has launched Bubbleshop: an online shop for grower champagne. Designed to make champagne more accessible, the store is filled with a selection of Sandia’s favourite bottles from some of the region’s most exciting producers, as well as ranges from lesser known vineyards.

Salon Wine Store

The team behind the recently launched Salon Wine Store in Brixton have launched a delivery service of their low intervention, artisan wines. Choose between four set mixed wine cases, or have a case tailored to your preferences – just tell the team what kind of wines you like and they’ll put together a personalised selection. Boxes from £70. Order by emailing [email protected] or via

Signature Brew

Recreate the pub experience at home with Signature Brew’s crafty Pub In A Box. Each bundle contains a mix of core and seasonal beers, glassware, beer mats and bar snacks, alongside a music quiz and Spotify playlists curated by music journalists. From £25.



Treat yourself to some high-end wine from Hedonism, which supplies the drinks for Ollie Dabbous’ Mayfair restaurant HIDE. It’s a pricey option, but order six bottles or more and they’ll waive the delivery fee.

Bar Douro


During lockdown one, whisky specialist Milroy’s launched a nationwide Drams-to-your-Door delivery service, offering access to their expansive selection of the world’s best whiskies.

The Magnum Company

Celebrating a birthday? Get a bottle to pop from The Magnum Company, an online delivery service which stocks magnum-sized bottles of everything from champagne to sherry to gin.

The Drinks Drop

Billing itself as ‘the Deliveroo for cocktails’, The Drinks Drop is a cocktail delivery service created by drinks distribution company Highball Brands. Available in London and Manchester, the contact-free service offers the chance to have cocktails from top bars delivered straight to your door, including renowned Mayfair bar Kwānt and the trendy Laki Kane in Islington.

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