5 Bars That Sell Teapot Cocktails To Swish Up Evening Drinks Tonight

Fancy a brew?

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Here in the North, we do like a cuppa - it solves all ills.

But some of Manchester's coolest drinking spots are loading up teapots with booze over brews.

Here are five top bars bringing some teatime charm to cocktail hour - meaning you can get tiddly with a touch of class.

1. Allotment

The Sparkling Teapots come three varieties. Teapot 75 (£15.50), has Portobello Road Gin, Lemon juice and sugar, and is topped up with Prosecco.

Lavender Spritz Teapot (£16) mixes Mason's Lavender Gin,Lavender syrup and  Lavender bitters, with lemon juice, topped up with Prosecco. 

And Rosehip and Orange Fizz (£16.50) boasts Sacred Rosehip Liqueur, and orange bitters topped up with Prosecco.

24 Dale St, Manchester M1 1FY

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2. Revolucion de Cuba

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This jumping venue has the Fruit Salad (£18) with Bacardi Carta Blanca rum, peach, raspberry, orange and lemonade.

There's also Man's Ruin (£18), a large helping of Sailor Jerry rum and Amaretto, lengthened with Coca-Cola and a big squeeze of lime; and Madhatter (£18), mixing Santa Teresa Gran Reserva, Bacardi Carta Blanca and Carta Oro rums with pineapple, vanilla, passion fruit and lime.

11 Peter St, Manchester M2 5QR

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3. Brewski

Keep it simple, stupid - G&T pots are where it's at for the poutine and pizza joint in Chorlton.

They have Beefeater, Aviation, Three Rivers, No. 209, Brooklyn, Money 47, Haymans, Caorunn, Martin Miller's, Deaths Door and Haymans Sloe, with prices between £18 and £23.50.

537-539 Wilbraham Rd, Manchester M21 0UE

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4. Alchemist

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Mad Hatters' Tea Party (£20.50) for two has Ketel One Vodka, citrus, elderflower, Cointreau and summer fruits - and it looks like a science project.

3 Hardman St, Manchester M3 3HF/ 1 New York St, Manchester M1 4HD

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5. Rosylee

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Rosylee Iced Tea (£20) is simply served in a Hendrick’s Tea pot - with dainty cups, of course.

11 Stevenson Square, Manchester M1 1DB

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