One Gin Voyage at Mews of Mayfair

 

Join us for a gin voyage in the One Gin Gallery at Mews of Mayfair. Our brand ambassador and multi-award-winning bartender, Joe Wood, will guide you through the world of gin, covering the history of Mother’s Ruin, the difference between an Old Tom and Bathtub Gin and why London Dry can be made in Manchester. By the time you leave us, you will have a comprehensive understanding of all things gin.

 

You will be treated to a bespoke cocktail on arrival and Italian inspired delicious nibbles created especially by Mews of Mayfair. You will taste 4 gins, a classic martini (stirred not shaken!) and will leave with a #OneGoodGin goodie bag including miniatures.

 

The Gin Voyage comprises: 

  • Cocktail on arrival
  • Finger food
  • Four gin tastings
  • One Gin Martini
  • Goodie bag

Get your tickets here

 Early bird £30, until July 23rd

Full Price: £35

Add a 50cl bottle of one gin for £24  Normally £30

This event is open to over 18’s only (You may be asked for ID on arrival). Tickets are non-refundable. All Dietary requirements must be advised at the time of purchase.  

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