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Living Is Easy

Living Is Easy

On Tuesday June 13th, Jeroboams took over the ground floor of iconic London advertising agency, M&C Saatchi, to host a unique art exhibition. Working in conjunction with local artists Mark Petty and Simon Freeborough, “Living Is Easy” was a celebration of London, summertime and art. A hundred guests enjoyed a private viewing of their new … Continued


Merguez

Merguez

Maybe it is memories of lazy barbecues in Provence, but warm weather inevitably gets me thinking of Merguez served with spicy couscous. When I used to live in the area, there was only one place to go for these tasty and spicy harissa filled lamb sausages, and that was El Baraka, a Halal butcher on … Continued


Around Town: 24 Chapel Street

Around Town: 24 Chapel Street

24 Chapel Street is an unassuming but palatial four-story Georgian house in the heart of Belgravia. Half a mile from Elizabeth Street, 500 yards from Pont Street, a stone’s throw from the embassies of Belgrave Square, the house has a connection to one of the most legendary bands of the 60s. Spoiler alert: it’s not … Continued


Opera Holland Park 2017 Opening

Opera Holland Park 2017 Opening

We were down in a wet, but cheery, Holland Park at the weekend for the ‘almost opening’ of this year’s opera season. Jeroboams are proud to partner up again with our friends at the Investec Opera Holland Park, in this case for the ‘insight’ sessions, where patrons and fans get to chat with the stars and … Continued


What’s your Notting Hill?

What’s your Notting Hill?

Mrs Eileen Bishop aka Betty Roe MBE was born in North Kensington in 1930 and is an English composer, singer, vocal coach, conductor and all-round inspiration. Over the course of an incredible 87 years Mrs Bishop has seen the area change remarkably, yet still marvels at the community in its modern state. She had been … Continued


East, west, home is best

East, west, home is best

In 1977 The Clash sang, “I’m up and down the Westway, in an’ out the lights, What a great traffic system – it’s so bright,” and who knows what they were on about. Punk’s long gone but The Westway stands proud in one of London’s leafier suburbs. A botched modernist construction, or one of London’s … Continued


Wines of Summer

Wines of Summer

When the sun comes out, many of us instinctively reach for the Provençal rosé or for a glass of Sancerre and with good reason, as the light freshness of these styles are perfect with salads and lighter dishes or for just quenching the thirst on a hot summer’s day. For summer, it is best to … Continued


Perfect summer accompaniments

Perfect summer accompaniments

By Peter Mitchell, Jeroboams Master of Wine Red 2015 Verduno Pelaverga Bel Colle, £16.95 This rare red wine is made in tiny quantities by only 11 producers in the village of Verduno in the heart of Italy’s Barolo. Deliciously strawberry fruited, with hints of white pepper and with light tannins, this is ideal with grilled meats, … Continued


Hot town, summer in the city

Hot town, summer in the city

If you only do five things in London this summer, then these are the ones we recommend: Bask in the sounds of opera at Holland Park. Do the Spitalfields walk with The Gentle Author. Take a dip in the Serpentine Lido. Feel the joy of an exhilarating dive in to Hampstead ponds. Pop in to … Continued


Sipsmith London Cup Spritz

Sipsmith London Cup Spritz

A London twist on a classic Italian aperitivo. Ingredients Ice 40ml Sipsmith London Cup 12.5ml Amaretto Ginger Ale Angostura Bitters Strawberries for garnish Method Fill a large wine glass with ice, then add your Sipsmith London Cup and Amaretto. Top up with Ginger Ale, add a dash of Angostura then give it a gentle churn. … Continued