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Mad Hatter Gin & Tea Party don’t be late as there is Gin to be drank

At the Mad Hatter’s Gin & Tea Party begin at the beginning, and go on until you come to the end then stop.

I was invited down on a complimentary basis along with some other community members of Love Pop Ups London to become as mad as a Mad Hatter on gin and more gin.

Mad Hatters Gin and Tea Party

Immerse into a Wonderland for an evening of gin and madness.

The Cheshire Cat

They are curators of curious cocktails and culinary contentment’s who serve the finest gin by gin makers Boë. Within the rabbit hole they will teach an array of Alice-inspired cocktails which scream out “Drink Me”.

Kit & Caboodle

Kit & Caboodle have partnered with Fever Up and Secret LDN to bring you the London edition of the Mad Hatter Gin & Tea Party.  

Following the event’s huge success in New York and LA, Kit & Caboodle were challenged with curating the Mad Hatters Gin & Tea Party for the experience seeking London audience. 

They created and developed a brand new script with nods to current UK culture and subcultures, a multi roomed and themed venue story bursting at the seams, giving an experience like no other.

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Gin and cake lovers heaven – Fentimans Gin Bakery

The G&T season maybe over but Fentimans has bought to London it’s first UK pop up gin bakery which popped up for three days (21-23 September) in Portobello Road at Pearl & Groove Bakery. Continue reading

The History of Gin, According to Cocktails – Ford’s Gin

This is an absolute must-go to event for any gin lover.

Ford’s Gin – The History of Gin

Two full gourmet cocktails, four generous cocktail samples, fascinating tasting tour of gin cocktails throughout the decades, and all for £10. Continue reading

Gastronomic Gin grandeur – Gingerline presents Juniper Manor

Gingerline presents Juniper Manor has held various unique immersive dining experiences over the years in London which are all usually based in a building off one of the stations that is along the Overground Line (Gingerline).  The location is kept secret until 4pm on the day which is then confirmed via text message.

Gingerline stage multi-course immersive dining experiences which are always often held over multiple rooms that have been re-decorated to fit a certain theme. The performers throughout each room makes the whole journey more entertaining, as you journey between the four zones. Continue reading

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