This Christmas, Shuttlecock Inc presents:
Mother’s Ruin


Back in the 18th Century, there wasn’t all that much to do in london.

Of the two most popular past times - drunkenness and fornication - drowning one’s sorrows cost less and lasted longer.

And gin was the cheapest drink of them all.

The governments attempts to keep a lid on thE Gin Distilleries only succeeded in driving production underground, giving rise to hundreds of illicit moonshine operations and drinking dens.

The most notorious of them all was known to dipsomaniacs far and wide as “mother’s ruin”, an old warehouse a half mile from the city. . .

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MILE HIGH


Inspired by the golden age of air travel, when leg room meant doing the twist and turbulence was a by-product of the bar steward's cocktail shaker, Mile High takes the best bits of a weekend away - the food, the drink and the unexpected - and serves them up in style in intriguing locations.

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RUMBLE AT THE DELI

Three rounds of no-holds-barred culinary one-upmanship.

Two guest chefs.

One winner.

Let's get ready to rumble!

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THE GREAT INDIAN PENINSULA RAILWAY

A unique and colourful culinary journey across the Indian subcontinent in the comfort of a wood-paneled colonial railway carriage.

Seven stops. Seven regions. Seven courses.

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