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The festive season is upon us - and what better way to celebrate than by perfecting your at-home bar?

Whilst crowding into your favourite Soho cocktail establishment for a festive tipple might not be on the cards this year, it doesn't have to be the end of luxurious drinking.

Enter the curated drinks trolley - your one-stop, at-home shop for a decadent drink that will rival even the grandest of London's bars.

'But how do you begin to curate a drinks trolley?' I hear you ask. Rebecca Jago, Managing Director of The Last Drop, recommends following your instincts. 'Ultimately, you should be looking for spirits you enjoy and that you’ll take pleasure in sharing with your friends,' she says.

'The world is your oyster when it comes to curating an interesting and varied selection of aged spirits... being able to share the story behind the bottle brings an added dimension to the pleasure in opening and sharing a bottle of something remarkable,' Jago explains.

Click through to see our wishlist for the ultimate drinks trolley of luxury.

Keglevich Vodka, bot.1940s, £175

Mortlach, 21 Year Old, Special Releases 2020, £574

Carpano Antica Formula Vermouth, £29.99

The Last Drop 1925 Hors d'Age Grande Champagne Cognac, £3,950

Clase Azul Reposado Tequila, £138

Johnnie Walker, 28 Year Old Bicentennial, £617

Monkey 47 Barrel Cut, £53.95

The Last Drop 1976 Jamaica Rum, £3,120

Brooklyn drinks trolley, £265

Tom Dixon cocktail shaker, £95

Granite Whisky Chillers, £10

Ferm Living Ripple Champagne Saucers, £35.90

Soho Home Roebling Cut crystal rocks glass, £28