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A floral workshop for a very british afterwork

A floral workshop for a very british afterwork

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Mint pennyroyal, rosehip and roasted hazelnuts. These are the new ingredients present in the limited English Estate edition of Bombay Sapphire - a selection of botanists that grow around the Laverstoke Mill distillery in Hampshire - and that the brand brought to Barcelona for an afterwork where botany and flowers were the protagonists.

The centennial (and very secret) interior garden of the Petit Palace Boquería Garden hotel became an English countryside in the afternoon where you could get to know the limited edition of the gin and taste the new combination of botanists. Nothing better than to do it with a sensory experience that would begin with a photocall created with a vertical garden, to continue with a floral workshop by the OhFlor studio. Based on combining different varieties of flowers, bouquets and plant ornaments, attendees were able to make their own floral arrangements.

Botanicals and greenery were not only in the decoration garden and in the creation of the floral arrangements, the public could also try some of the cocktail combinations made with Bombay Sapphire English Estate: from the classic gin-tonic, to “ The Secret Garden ”, a soft and fresh cocktail perfect for long summer evenings.
The catering also had its nod to the more traditional British food and this particular English countryside was animated by live music and DJ sessions where the best known songs of Britpop and Madchester sound were heard.

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