Drink Factory's Silent Neon Flowers Explores a Fictional Future

By: Meghan Young - Jun 4, 2015
References: thedrinkfactory & coolhunting
Drink Factory embraces a fictional future as the basis for its second publication, Silent Neon Flowers. A conceptual name for a conceptual magazine full of conceptual cocktails, it "envisions a future in which humanity has disappeared and plants reclaim the city streets, and uses that idea as the starting point for a number of unusual and delicious-sounding cocktails," writes Cool Hunting.

A great read for those who appreciate such experimentations or want to try their hands at it themselves, the Drink Factory magazine shares innovative and advanced recipes that aren't meant to be whipped together with ease. Instead, it mimics the care and considering put into the bars associated with Drink Factory, which was founded by Tony Conigliaro of 69 Colebrooke Row. It also features stunning photos from Addie Chinn, Ollie Harrop and Ruth Vatcher.