But a west London bar has managed to up the novelty stakes by announcing its latest cocktail, 'The Tod', will be served in a hot water bottle.
The drink, which has been created by the Cocktail Trading Company, was featured in this week's Time Out magazine.
The article promised the cocktail would warm chilly Londoners, but on Twitter, the beverage got a somewhat frosty reception.
I'm sorry London it's gone too far. I do not want my cocktail kept warm in a hot water bottle and served in slipper pic.twitter.com/OWcbRmr5F4— Isabel Madgwick (@izzy_madgwick) November 10, 2015
— mike (@urban75) November 12, 2015
Cocktail in a hot water bottle? Go home London, you're drunk https://t.co/E6vDaOuKo4— Web Technology News (@CompeteOnline) November 13, 2015
Doesn't Chris Morris live in Brixton? Peak hipster douchenozzlery achieved in London with hot water bottle cocktail https://t.co/vJKCKHdahp— Seaneen Molloy-V (@ms_molly_vog) November 12, 2015
'The Tod' is a whiskey-based cocktail made with apple juice, fig liqueur and rooibos tea.
It will be available to buy from 1 December, for those who don't mind sipping their whiskey from a rubber container.
Yeah...we're with Twitter on this one.