Chic Summer Cocktails at Silks

27 August 2015

Here at the Atlantic Hotel Newquay, we like to consider ourselves connoisseurs in all things elegant. In the height of the Cornish summer, there’s really nothing more satisfying than sitting at our champagne bar sipping on the latest cocktail. That’s why we’re here to tell you our favourite summer drinks. 

The Fiorente Spritz

When you need something cooling and refreshing on a hot summer’s day, the Fiorente Spritz is the drink of choice. Filled with Prosecco, lime, elderflower liquor, soda and fresh mint, this is a drink that not only looks special, but tastes truly invigorating too.

Silk Sheets

If you fancy an experience between the covers, try our Silk Sheets cocktail. A mixture of white rum, dark rum, orange juice, pineapple juice and grenadine, this smooth cocktail is likely to pique all the senses with a scintillating kick.


The Cosmopolitan is a classic cocktail. Well remembered as Carrie Bradshaw’s go to drink, the Cosmo can pick a girl up instantly. A simple mix of vodka, Cointreau, cranberry and lime, one sip of this sophisticated cocktail will leave you wanting more of that cosmopolitan taste.

Silks Raspberry Bramble

The Bramble is a little glass of luxury when blackberries are in season. A combination of Tanqueray gin, Chambord and lime and sugar, this cocktail is perfect for those needing a refreshing end to the day.

Espresso Martini

For all the coffee lovers out there, the Espresso Martini is the summer drink of choice. This caffeine fuelled cocktail consists of an espresso shot, vodka, Kahlua and cacao white and is perfect to sit down with and enjoy after dinner or following a busy day.

If you fancy a drink that isn’t on the menu feel free to ask our champagne bar staff to make your own personalised drink. We look forward to seeing you there!

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