A decadent vintage experience combines spirits and cakes, with guests sampling the variety of tastes available in the world of gin. Gin fans will learn a little something about their favourite tipple, including how to mix the perfect gin and tonic and dry martini. Throughout the 90-minute session (usually £75 each), guests will have the chance to try modern floral gins laced with botanicals, London dry styles, and sweeter Old Toms and Genevers. In quintessentially English style, the experience is accompanied by a traditional afternoon tea, featuring cakes and sandwiches.
Choose from the following options for a gin tasting experience:
£29 for one (61% off)
£56 for two (63% off)
G & Teatime is an undeniably British business that runs across the UK. Fanatical about gin and afternoon tea, the company gives workshops that involve gin tasting, cocktail mixing, and a little dash of history. The staff believe that gin and afternoon tea go together like two peas in a pod, meaning that attendees will also learn a thing or two about how an afternoon tea should be, and will get to sample some themselves.
Held at locations in 20 cities nationwide: Park Inn Cardiff | Mercure Aberdeen Ardoe Hotel | Park Inn by Radisson, Manchester | Nonna's, Bath | Papaji's, Clifton | Radisson Blu Bristol | Oldfields Durham | Radisson Blu Edinburgh | The Place, Edinburgh | Radisson Blu Glasgow | Episode Leamington | Lazy Lounge, Leeds | Radisson Blue, Leeds | Peacock, Liverpool | Match, London | Macdonald Townhouse Manchester | Newcastle Copthorne | Newcastle Thistle | Mercure Nottingham | Milk Reading | Copthorne Sheffield | Park Inn by Radisson, York | Stirlings Bar, Birmingham | Thistle Birmingham | Thistle Brighton | Mocka Lounge | Devil's Cut, Edinburgh | Soho Secret Tea Room | Trailer Happiness | Taps, Leicester | Dusk Til Pawn
75% of 52 customers recommend
“a good fun event”
“The overall experience was an enjoyable afternoon.”
“The people I bought this for had a really good (& raucous by the sounds of it) time. Thanks. Would definitely recommend to people.”