Becketts Kopf

Fruity doesn’t have to mean sweet – at least it doesn’t with this fragrant yet surprisingly dry cocktail. Thanks to the herbal notes of the gin Thomas Neubert has crafted in cooperation with Becketts Kopf and Lisa Bauer’s dry vermouth from Styria, the Parisian is a lesson in elegance. Add to that the opulent fruitiness of the Mozer family’s blackcurrant schnapps, and you’ll find yourself transported to Paris on a spring day.

100ml bottle


(€180.00 per 1L)


  1. Place bottle in the freezer for 45 – 120 minutes
  2. Shake before pouring in a
  3. Tumbler / Wineglas
  4. Ice cubes
  5. if desired: close eyes while drinking

Ingredients: Gin, dry vermouth, cassis liqueur

Becketts Kopf
Becketts Kopf, our favourite bar in Prenzlauer Berg, was opened in 2004 by Cristina Neves and her husband Oliver Ebert. Tucked away from prying eyes and nosy tourists, Becketts Kopf is everything a bar should be – dark, cosy, and incredibly serious about their drinks. It’s no wonder they’ve won each and every bar award under the sun, using only artisanally-made, small-batch spirits from manufacturers they personally know. Their focus is on classic cocktails: short, elegant and packing a punch.