Patty Party Weekend is a fundraising event to take place at your home or place of work on any  weekend between 1st August – 31st October. Have fun cooking up the best Patty recipes, or if you’re short of time why not buy in your favourite patty’s and invite your friends, family and work colleagues to make a donation for your tasty treats, with donations going to the ACLT. It’s simple! Port Royal is the preferred patty for the Patty Party and we’ll be selling patties to participants for 65p!

Workplace – Send invitations to your work colleagues encouraging them to purchase fundraising pattys and cakes. Remember to seek permission from your manager.

Home – Invite friends and family to a brunch or afternoon Patty Party and include fundraising activities for all attendees.

And remember to get your Patties from Port Royal! The Best Jamaican Patties in London!

To join the fun, click the link below and register.

Thanks much!–

Veggie Patty!

Veggie Patty!

Chicken Patty

Chicken Patty

Our Wonderful Patties!

Our Wonderful Patties!





As the summer gets hotter, cool off with these refreshing classic cocktails from the Caribbean!

Passionfruit & ginger cocktail

Recipe type: Cocktail, Drinks,
Serves: 4-6
for the ginger passion fruit syrup
  • 200g sugar
  • 500ml water
  • 1 x 5cm piece of ginger sliced
  • pulp and seeds from 10 passion fruit
  • juice and zest of 2 lemons
to serve
  • light rum
  • soda water/sparkling water
  • fresh mint
  • lemon slices
  1. To make the syrup, bring the sugar and water to a boil in a small saucepan.
  2. Once the sugar has dissolved, add the passion fruit, ginger and the lemon juice and zest and remove from the heat. Allow to cool.
  3. To serve, pour a little of the syrup into a glass filled with ice then add some light rum and fill up with soda water. Add the mint and lemon and serve.
  4. Alternatively, combine all the ingredients in a large jug.
Barbados: Black & Stormy

The Bajan take on the Bermuda-born Dark & Stormy. Pour 2 oz of dark rum (such as Mount Gay Eclipse Black or Black Barrel) into a tall, ice-filled glass, fill with ginger beer (not ginger ale), add a good squeeze of lime, and stir.

Martinique: ‘Ti Punch

More than a cocktail, it’s a ritual. Adjust proportions of sour/sweet/strong to suit your own taste: Combine 1½ oz of white rhum agricole, ¼ oz cane syrup, and ¼ oz freshly squeezed lime juice in a small glass. Stir with a swizzle stick. Add an ice cube or two if desired.

Carriacou: Sherwin Noel’s Rum Punch

In a tall, ice-filled glass, combine 1–1½ oz dark rum (such as Clarke Court’s Special Dark) and ½–1 oz overproof rum (such as Jack Iron) with ½ oz sugar syrup. Fill with a blend of fruit juices (Noel uses grapefruit, orange, pineapple, sour orange, and lime) and add a couple shakes of grenadine and Angostura bitters. Stir and grate fresh nutmeg on top.

Trinidad: Rum and Coconut Water

Combine 2 oz of golden rum (such as Angostura’s Single Barrel Reserve, only available in Trinidad; or its for-export-only Five-Year-Old) with fresh coconut water and a couple dashes of Angostura bitters.