If ever we wanted to discover a secret garden, this is it as The Evening Standard open a gin-filled oasis this May. As part of the Speakeasy series, the one-night-only event is transforming a secret space in the heart of the city into a haven of botany and botanicals. Ticket holders will unearth unique distils, including the likes of Mary-le-bone Gin, One Gin, and Theodore Pictish Gin via a range of samples, all of which are paired with official mixer London Essence.
There will also be a number of experts on hand to help with any juniper-related queries, including the newspaper's food and drink columnist Douglas Blyde. Even food is designed with gin in mind, with several nibbles specifically designed to bring out different flavours of your drink. On top of that, you will receive a gift, there will be live music, the chance to buy high-end bottles, and masterclasses.
Speakeasy's Secret Gin Garden is taking place on Wednesday 8th May in a secret London location. Tickets cost £70.99 per person and include all drinks and food for the evening, guest speakers, masterclasses, live entertainment and a gift.