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Miguel Fajardo-Random Shaker


Miguel Fajardo
Combining grapes and terroirs

Chef Roberto Carrillo

The best bars and restaurants

Roberto Carrillo (Spain)

Brochetas o pinchos de melón con jamón, mozzarella y tomate cherry

Easy tapas to succeed

Skewers of Iberian Ham, melon, mozzarella and Cherry tomato


Great terroirs





John lopez
The Art of Recycling


Grapes & Terroirs


The cocktail is a liquid dish just like a dish is a solid cocktail.

Art led to gastronomic and mixological creations, to the combination of flavors, textures and aromas that become a unique work of art, is the pleasure and emotion of the artist, transforming his creation into a visual and sensory art, all an experience for the most demanding.

Unique works of art, author's, where the artists not only show their techniques but also their stories, perfect combinations, accomplices of a ritual.

They are the alchemists of the 21st century who will guide us in an exceptional taste experience, proposing with ingenuity and expertise various formulas to enjoy and create the perfect harmony.

Miguel Fajardo-Random Shaker


Better known in networks such as @random_shaker , Miguel Fajardo began his career fusing flavors in Puerto Banús to become, at breakneck speed, the Bar Manager of El Gran Hotel Inglés in Madrid, a historic luxury boutique hotel with more than 130 years of experience. history and reference, thanks to him, in the world of cocktails.

Gran Hotel Inglés


The Gran Hotel Inglés, the oldest in Madrid, opened its doors in 1886. Hidden Away Hotels recovered this jewel of the capital at the hands of the architecture and interior design studio David Rockwell . The challenge: maintain the Art Deco flavor adapting it to the needs of the 21st century. What has been achieved: a marvel of Belle Époque decoration.

Gran Hotel Inglés
cocktail elaborado con armonia cocteles miguel fajardo random shaker
Cocktail elaborado con armonia Grape Beer e Ysabel Regina


Coupage of Pedro Ximénez grapes  from Jerez, Ugni Blanc from the French area of Cognac and our Tempranillo from Valtiendas . 

We fell in love with his mixological concept, his Art of Combining, fusing different grapes from the best terroirs as the basis for his fermented and distillates, in his inexhaustible search for excellence.

Will you fall in love with our Art of Combining wheat malts from Bavaria (Germany), barley malts from Belgium, hops from Hallertau (Germany), hops from the Yakima Valley (USA) and Tempranillo grapes from a Very concrete payment south of La Ribera del Duero?


Ask him!

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