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October 11, 2020

Today’s Sunday Brunch serve comes from @golbornedeli – a bijou bar and deli located on Golborne Road, renowned for its antique shops, street market and located at the beginning of London’s famous Portobello Road.

Golborne Road is named after Meyrick Goulburn, the vicar at the nearby St John’s church in Paddington whose most notable work was a lecture he delivered in 1850 on ‘The Resurrection of the Body’.
IMG_1301_20-10-09_Broken_Clock_Lingering_Vodka_Golborne_Bloody_Mary.jpg And while it’s doubtful he was referring to the revitalising attributes of Bloody Marys when giving his illustrious speech, we are certain that this particularly invigorating cocktail is capable of reviving any corpse-like individual who sips on one.

Created by @samsommkingsley this rather invigorating Bloody Mary combines Broken Clock Vodka’s characterful taste with complex layers of fruity, umami and spicy flavours. Sam’s secret is to be liberal with the spice and seasoning and he includes savoury fish sauce, a spoon of piquant English wasabi mustard and a dash of appropriately full-bodied red wine.
DSC04989_20-10-09_Broken_Clock_Lingering_Vodka_Golborne_Bloody_Mary.jpg Those who find themselves feeling like death warmed up and in need of resurrection need look no further.


50 ml Broken Clock Vodka
100 ml Tomato Juice
1 splash of Full Bodied Red Wine
8 dashes Fish Sauce
1 tsp English Wasabi Mustard
Juice of Half a Lemon
8 dashes Worcestershire Sauce
8 dashes Tabasco
3-4 cranks Black Pepper

Lebanese Cucumber
Datterino Tomato
Amalfi Lemon


Add the ingredient to a Boston Shaker along with half a dozen ice cubes and ‘roll’ the mixture through the ice to chill it but without shaking hard or diluting it too much. Transfer into a glass and add the garnish, skewered on a cocktail stick.