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Explore the History and Art of Blending Gin in a 1920 Inspired Art Deco Gin BarCode: PSTHBG 12 month validity West Midlands - Stourbridge 1 person
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Explore the History and Art of Blending Gin in a 1920 Inspired Art Deco Gin Bar
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Discover your creative side in a whole new light, and explore the history and art of blending gin in 1920s-inspired, art deco surroundings.
You’ll be greeted with a perfectly prepared G&T, made with Dr. Hardwicke’s small batch, artisan gin. Sip away as you get the lowdown on the spirit’s chequered past and current production by a connoisseur, before treating your senses with a scent and tasting session of varying botanicals and learning all about the gin creation process.
Equipped with your new knowledge and gin cocktails, it’s time to get creative in writing your own recipe before putting your skills to the test. While you wait for your gin to be created, you’ll enjoy a final gin cocktail before graduating from Dr. Hardwicke’s Gin School and heading off with your own 70cl bottle of gin and two 50ml bottles of Dr. Hardwicke’s Hop Gin.
- Explore the History and Art of Blending Gin in a 1920 Inspired Art Deco Gin Bar for one
- Dr. Hardwicke’s own Gin and tonic on arrival
- Learn the history and production secrets of gin from trained experts
- Scent and taste session of botanicals
- Two gin cocktails
- Write your own gin recipe
- Take home a 70ml bottle of your own gin, plus two 50ml bottles of Dr. Hardwicke’s Hop Gin
- Personalised voucher and message card
Your voucher is valid for 12 months from the date of issue, while government restrictions apply in relation to Covid-19 we are offering free extensions on all experiences so you can take your experience when the time is right.
What happens on the day?
Starting with a G&T made from Dr. Hardwicke’s small batch own gin, you’ll get to grips with the history and production process of gin, before enjoying a scent and taste session of botanicals and learning all about gin creation.
With a cocktail such as a Tom Collins in hand, you’ll then be putting your creative skills to the test and writing your own recipe, which will be kept on file at Dr. Hardwicke’s. They’ll be able to recreate your gin at any time for you to enjoy. As your gin is created, enjoy a final gin cocktail. You’ll then graduate from Dr. Hardwicke’s Gin School, and leave equipped with your own bottle of bespoke gin, as well as two 50ml bottles of Dr. Hardwicke’s Hop Gin.
- Minimum age: 18
- Take away gin samples can be provided for all drivers
- Maximum eight guests per experience
- Doctor Hardwicke’s Gin Emporium is located upstairs – with no lift – if you require the experience to be located on the ground floor please mention it when booking and they will try to accommodate your request
- The experience content, equipment used and restrictions may vary
The experience is available on selected Saturdays 15.00 to 18.00, subject to availability.
We recommend you book at least four weeks in advance to ensure that dates are available. All bookings are subject to availability.
Please allow 3 to 4 hours for the full experience - includes a 45 minute break for lunch - food is not provided.
What about insurance?
The centres contracted with us hold public liability insurance. We also hold contingency liability cover. You will not be liable for accidental damage to equipment, except where damage has been caused as a result of recklessness or wilful negligence.
Please ensure you are familiar with the terms and conditions of the experience.
How it works
All you have to do is pay for the experience you wish to purchase and we’ll send a voucher and booking information to you or directly to the recipient, then you just need to check the info and book your experience.
Packaging and Delivery
Please see the following page for information on our packaging and delivery.
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West Midlands - Stourbridge
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