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- Welcome to -

The Games Night

A few fun rounds of light-hearted competition over drinks brings even the most introverted personalities out. Whether it’s a couples’ get-together playing board games from the sofa, or a gents’ night in over cards and cigars, the Hudson sideboard and coffee table turn a lounge or den into your own intimate speakeasy.



Hudson Sideboard



The stunning Hudson sideboard features plenty of hidden storage to keep you fully stocked for any occasion. The cupboard is perfect to house a small drinks fridge (not included), while three pull out wire racks securely hold your glassware, with further hanging wine glass storage in the top.
The lift-up middle section reveals a sunken removable ice bucket inside, so you’ll everything to hand when your guests arrive.

Hudson Sideboard



The stunning Hudson sideboard features plenty of hidden storage to keep you fully stocked for any occasion. The cupboard is perfect to house a small drinks fridge (not included), while three pull out wire racks securely hold your glassware, with further hanging wine glass storage in the top.
The lift-up middle section reveals a sunken removable ice bucket inside, so you’ll everything to hand when your guests arrive.

- Poker tips -

CAN YOU READ A POKER FACE?

A games night is all in good jest of course, but in the spirit of friendly competition, check out these six tips to suss out your opponent’s hand…

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Are they leaning?
Leaning forward or reclining in a relaxed manner suggests they have a good hand.

Suddenly sitting up.
If a player suddenly sits upright in the chair and becomes attentive, they’ve probably got a strong hand.

The Long Stare.
If a player stares straight at you it’s likely they’re trying to show strength because they have a weak hand.

Lip play.
Biting, licking or sticking out lips are all signs of a weak hand.

Voice pitch.
Our voice tends to go up when we’re excited, so a higher pitch than normal is a sign of a strong hand. Clever players may try and overcompensate – so watch out for an unnaturally low voice too.

- The Cocktail -

NY Sazerac

30ml Rye Whisky
30ml Cognac
10ml Sugar Syrup
2 Dashes Angostura Bitters
2 Dashes Peychuad’s Bitters
Stir all ingredients with ice and fine strain into chilled old fashioned glass that has been coated with french or Swiss absinthe.
Garnish with a lemon twist.

- The Playlist -

JUST CHILLED




“Music has healing power. It has the ability to take people out of themselves for a few hours.”

Elton John

- Whisky facts -

6 Whisky Facts You Can Impress Your Friends With

1. Whisky is an English word derived from the Gaelic term "uisge beatha" or "usquebaugh" which means "water of life".

2. Know your malts: Pure Malt is from various distilleries, blended together. Single Malt comes from a single distillery but is blended from several casks. Single Cask comes from a single distillery, and only one cask.

3. Whilst a whisky improves in the barrel, it does not improve further in the bottle.

4. The age of a whisky is determined by the youngest ingredient of the blend.

5. The natural colour of a malt is very pale. Caramel is added to enrich the colour (except for American whiskeys).

6. Whisky or whiskey? Although still up for debate, legend has it that during the 1800s, Irish and American distillers starting adding an “e” to the word whisky in order to differentiate themselves from the famous Scotch whisky. The tradition has continued today, with “whiskey” denoting Irish or American provenance, and “whisky” referring to distilleries in Scotland, Japan and Canada.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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