An exclusive London Design Festival event with free-flowing G&T's, a masterclass, pop-up Negroni and Martini stations and a bespoke microscopic gin print to take home - yes please!
- Art Yard Bar & Kitchen, Bankside Hotel, 2 Blackfriars Road, Upper Ground, London, SE1 9JU
Book via billetto.co.uk
This London Design Festival, No.3 London Dry Gin is putting on an exclusive event for gin-lovers to discover its award-winning liquid, where you'll get to sip your way through a series of experiences designed to educate about gin, just as it should be.
‘The Ginprint by No.3’ celebrates the brand’s new campaign, The Art of Perfection, as well as giving design-lovers a sneak preview of its distinctive new bottle design, which lands on shelves in October. You can expect a gin masterclass and two pop-up stations, led by some of London’s top bartenders, all themed around the three iconic gin serves – the G&T, Martini and Negroni. The experiences will highlight the heritage of No.3 and its perfectly balanced flavours of juniper, citrus and spice. What’s more, No.3 will serve G&Ts throughout the night, alongside a London Design Festival-inspired cocktail and a selection of canapés... all enjoyed on the rooftop terrace of the hotel’s Art Yard Bar & Kitchen, overlooking St Paul’s Cathedral and the City’s skyline.
At the end of the evening, guests will take home a complimentary, personalised ‘gin print’ of their favourite No.3 serve – whether that’s a G&T, Martini, or Negroni. The print will feature a striking image created through a process that explores the gin in microscopic detail, transforming the crystal-clear liquid into a kaleidoscopic landscape of colour. The unique series of images were created in collaboration with a scientific photographer as part of the brand’s Art of Perfection campaign and will sit alongside the recipe for that serve.
Your ticket includes unlimited cocktails and canapés, optional gin masterclass (time slots bookable on arrival), Negroni and Martini stations and a complimentary personalised print to take home.