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Updated: Jan 26, 2019

Whilst it's obvious that the food on our menu should be inspired by Indian and Bangladesh traditional cuisines, when it comes to drinks it's a little more vague.

Whilst we love serving Cobra Beer, we wanted to get some local drinks on our bar.

We already serve what you expect from an Indian Restaurant (Cobra & Kingfisher beers!), but for this new menu we felt it was time to get more "local" with with our drinks.

The good news is that Kent has some really great, unique drink producers and we're proud to support, serve and promote their drinks.



Copper Rivet Distillery was established in October 2016 and is situated within Chatham Dockyard - just 6 miles from Spice Fusion.

The copper distillery skill in the middle is called Janet. if you want to know why then book a trip around the distillery.

As well as being local, they are the only spirit maker in Kent (and one of just a few in the UK) that undertakes the complete process of brewing and distilling from grain to glass, ensuring their range of premium spirits is totally distinctive and unique.

We're delighted to add their range of hand-crafted spirits to our range of spirits.

No introduction necessary here. - it's all in the labels (with the details of them below)

DOCKYARD GIN (41.2% abv.) - Crafted in “Janet” (a unique hand-made copper Banik still), this gin steers tradition into unexpected waters.

VELA VODKA (40.0% abv.) - Early-harvest Kentish wheat, barley and rye are selected for this distinctive vodka. It’s then distilled in small batches before being charcoal filtered for purity.

SON OF A GUN (47.4% abv.) - A unique grain spirit with a soft flavour, with floral notes and tastes of tropical fruit, vanilla and honey.



Also from Chatham Dockyard, we are adding Nelson Brewery ales to our beer range.

Somebody thought it was important to visit the brewery and taste their beers - guess who?!

Brewing was first brought to the dockyard by the Flagship Brewery in 1995, where it established a five barrel kit brewing up to 100 firkins a week.

In 2003 the brewery was bought and renamed the Nelson Brewing Company to fall in line with the most famous naval hero of all time 'Admiral Horatio Nelson' and that his flagship 'The Victory' was built here in Chatham Dockyard.

Each of the ales brewed by Nelsons Brewery have nautical themed names to gel with their surroundings. We've selected three of these to get the barrel rolling at Spice Fusion, all available in 500ml bottle serves: