It's no secret that there at Saint Luke we like rum. This Caribbean born spirit has long been known as the preserve of sailors and pirates who enjoyed it in exotic, sun-drenched locales - and frankly, not much has changed.  

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Imagine you and your very best friends, new and old, sailing on a yacht, exploring your chosen destination, attending experiences that impact your life forever. I think part of its charm is in the mystery. It’s something you can’t put into words, only feelings. Everyone should experience The Yacht Week.

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At Saint Luke we're all about capturing the holiday spirit to get you in the mood for rum in your glass and sand between your toes! As the nights start to draw in and the temperature drops, we've decided to share with you some of our favourite London based tropical rum bars to keep your spirits high and your whistles wet.



The Rum Kitchen is a Caribbean eatery that bends the rules.  Focusing on Caribbean beach shack drinks with travel inspired flavours, these guys bring the Caribbean good life to London.  Now with three locations in Notting Hill, Brixton and Carnaby Street - you're never far from a mojito. Their Notting Hill venue has just had a revamp with the downstairs basement club transformed into a cocktail lounge. They’ve also bumped up their rum collection to 200 rare bottles which has made the shortlist of trade mag Imbibe's Rum List of The Year.



Located down a little alleyway just off Deptford High Street, spread over two railway arches underneath the platforms of Deptford rail station, Buster Mantis is a small independent family business, whose owners have lived between Jamaica and London for the last 60 years. Buster Mantis takes its name from the first prime minister of Jamaica, Sir Alexander Bustamante, who was instrumental in establishing the country's independence. We can recommend the rum punch!




According to Burlock, their name originates from the prohibition era when Rum Runners used a twine and hemp packaging nicknamed "Burlock" to move their rum. Nowadays, it's the name given to this central London based shabby chic rum bar. Burlock is home to an eclectic mix of antique furniture, mismatched wallpaper, and several tattooed staff with their 200 different Caribbean rums behind the counter.  It's an intimate place, with a Havana style barber shop in the corner, where you can sip your rum from a retro dryer chair.  




All three Cottons bars are oozing in exotic and colourful Caribbean vibes, with tropical beach and jungle murals adorning the walls of two of the three venues. Their Camden branch is home to the biggest selection of rum in the UK with over 300 varieties to work your way through. It's all very no-fuss, with simple tin chairs, fairy lights and wooden floorboard walls. If it wasn't for the chilly London climate, you could believe you're pitched up in a road-side Caribbean booze shack. 



This hidden tiki basement bar on Portobello Road is like walking into a 70s living room, with wood panel walls, patterned rugs and shabby curtains. With one of the best rum line ups in town, their cocktail list is outrageous and flamboyantly tiki — expect lots of umbrellas and drinks served in coconuts & pineapples.


His... Hers...

July 06, 2016



1. Manebí Espadrilles, €85 

2. Love Brand Stripey Swim Shorts, £110

3. Anderson's Woven Belt, £58

4. Taylor Morris Sunglasses, £150

5. Frescobol Carioca Beach Bats, £150

6. Clifton Fourth Panama Hat, £130

7. Saint Luke Tortola Bag, £125

(Nos 1, 2, 4 & 6 also available at by Rory Portobello pop up until end of July 2016)


1. Castaner Wedge Espadrilles, £114

2. Zozishine x DODO BAR OR Eye Ring, £28

3. Realisation Ozzie Dress, $170

4. Lucy Williams x Missoma Horn Necklace, £129

5. Kiini Crochet Bikini, £225

6. Eugenia Kim Beach Hat, £360

7. Saint Luke St Anton Bag, £125

(No. 2 is also available at by Rory Portobello pop up until end of July 2016)

We've teamed up with the awesome guys at i-escape to offer you the chance to win one of our St Ives short haul bags and a luxury beach escape at our favourite hotel in St Ives, the Boskerris.  Perched on a hillside just above Carbis Bay's white-sand beach, the Boskerris is a contemporary, boutique hotel with a laid back Mediterranean style.

Perfectly located on the outskirts of the foodie hub of St Ives, this hotel has super stylish interiors and big views of ocean and headland. It’s a family affair – friendly, welcoming, a great little base. Best of all, the wide, decked terrace is dotted with cushion-piled sofas where you can sit back and gaze across the bay - and the whole place is infused with the famous Cornish light that has inspired generations of artists.

To enter, all you have to do is post your best beach holiday picture on instagram, with the hashtag #mybeachvibe, and tag & follow @saintlukeco@iescapehotels!



Congratulations to 

@foxindra for winning the competition with the awesome picture of you on the beach in Avor, Portugal!

Photos from i-escape 

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