London meets Yorkshire drinks menu from us, as we team up with the good folks at Naughtone furniture showroom on Baker's Yard, Clerkenwell.
Final day of our London meets Yorkshire drinks menu, as we team up with the good folks at Naughtone furniture showroom on Baker's Yard, Clerkenwell.
We return for the highlight of the summer!
If you're into sampling the very best food and drink London town has to offer...this weekend ticket is a must.
The TGC are back with the bikes and of course a brand new menu for both the Saturday AND Sunday (12-6pm).
Plus, you'll be doing a good thing in helping raise annual funds for the Soho Parish School.
We'll share plenty more details as soon as their announced here.
Not a typical Travelling Gin Co. event as such, but one of our favourite setups is for London weddings and where better than the stunning Asylum Chapel in Peckham SE15.
We are proud partners with the south London venue and can provide a wide choice of post-ceremony cocktails & drinks to meet the wishes of your special day.
So, if you're getting wed and looking for the perfect spot, feel free to swing by to one of their many Open View occasions. The Asylum team will be on hand to talk you through your ceremony options as will several potential caterers, florists and of course we the TGC, for a preview of our bicycle bar (and a complimentary G+T!).
**NEXT VIEWINGS: MONDAY 20th FEBRUARY + WEDNESDAY 15th MARCH 6-8pm**
Joe & Ed are joining forces with Vermont's Caledonia Spirits for this year's Spirit Show in London.
The bicycle bar will be heavily stocked with their signature Barr Hill Gin and a TGC designed bespoke December cocktail for the occasion.
**TGC present on just session 1 (12-4pm) on Friday December 9th.**
There's plenty going on across the 2 days, so for all info, tickets & packages visit thespiritshow.co.uk
Nearest tube: Angel
FREE late night event in central London. Come find your inner explorer!
Join us at the Petrie Museum for an evening of adventure with talks and discussions on what it’s like to be an adventurer both in the past and now – with themed cocktails from the Travelling Gin Co, live music and an adventurous soundtrack.
A free event, but you must book in advance: please go to -www.ucl.ac.uk/museums/petrie/whats-on
Orgeat Traveller Collins
Light Rum OR Gin, Fresh Lemon Juice, TGC ‘Orgeat’ Syrup, Cointreau Triple-Sec Liqueur w/soda top.
London Dry Gin, Creme De Mure Blackberry Liqueur, Lemon + Thyme Garnish.
+ soft drink variations.
Orgeat is a full of fascinating flavours...
The word originates from the Latin “Hordeaceus”, which means to be made with Barley, but it has become a widely popular cocktail ingredient, most heavily developed by the French, who used almonds rather than the original barley-almond blend for the base - this generates for a much nuttier oil packed with sweetness and with floral fragrance coming from the rose water infusion.
As well as in France, over the years there have been many variations of this syrup travelled and picked up on across the world with each country having its own unique spin and best way to sip!
It is a very popular ingredient in Cyprus, Italy, Libya, Suriname & Tunisia.
A key part to the now classic summer cocktail the ‘Mai Tai’, here is our London variation, paying tribute to these flavours being so well travelled, explored and interpreted.
Our TGC Orgeat adds orange peel, to provide balanced citrus notes and tie in the inclusion of the cointreau liqueur.
Looking for the perfect London wedding venue?
For ceremonies (and some refreshments by us afterwards!) why not consider the Asylum in SE15.
Come visit the chapel between 12-3pm this coming Sunday... a selection of potential caterers, florists and a bicycle bar will be on hand to discuss all possibilites.
Currently just Sunday service. Expect hangover cures and brand new summer serves!
12-6pm. Raising money for Soho Parish School.
TGC x Ebeltoft Tonic available in-store now @ Borough Wines across London by the bottle.
After all the fun at BW WIlton Way, we'll be on hand Sept 11th for you to sample at the Kensal Rise branch...no doubt they'll be a bit of free gin too to see how great it works in our signature serve G&Ts!
Drinks by us at the Alex Monroe Boutique for 'The Language Of Flowers' launch - http://www.alexmonroe.com/
Come taste and hear all about how we make TGC Tonic Water in collaboration with Ebeltoft Farm Brewery - at Borough Wines, 67 Wilton Way Hackney E8.
Pretty sure they'll be some gin around too!
TGC x Ebeltoft Tonic is available to buy in-store at BW now
Excited to be involved again to kickstart the summertime and help raise money for Soho Parish School.
Weekend Lineup so far -
Preview launch of our brand new Tonic Water recipe with Ebeltoft Farm Brewery.
Be one of the first to try in South London.
More details coming very soon!
Worlds Collide: Fin De Siècle
Fantasy Egypt night at UCL Petrie Museum Of Egyptian Archaeology.
G&Ts + Specialty Egyptian cocktail 'The 1860' available from the TGC via token purchase.
They'll be an Egyptian Vintage Disco too and much much more.
Friday 28th November at 6-9pm in central London.
Come say hi.
All welcome for Alex Monroe's AW14 launch party.
Expect gin AND rum specialties from the bicycle bar!
We'll be helping celebrate a whole year of Gant Rugger on London's Beak Street, with complimentary traditional G&Ts, Gant Snaps & a brand new cocktail.
It's all kicking off in-store from 4pm. So if you're in the Soho/Carnaby area come in and join the party. Open to all.
Many public 2014 events will be published here in the coming weeks. Stay tuned.
We have many private functions throughout January, including a pop-up every Thursday evening at London Paddington Station for First Great Western - this is for 1st class ticket holders only I'm afraid.
The bikes will be found in the Lounge alongside platform 1 on
& 30th January serving up G&Ts & Foghorn cocktails!
for more please visit http://www.drinkfeast.com/
and for tickets...
(including your cocktail vouchers - http://billetto.co.uk/en/users/offbeat-network-presents-drink-feast)
As you can imagine, weddings are invite only.
Weddings are private functions
Sorry folks, not open to the public