A letter from the editor
I’m so thrilled to be able to invite you to our latest olive reader event featuring two of our favourite things – gin and food. It will be hosted at the fascinating Sipsmith gin distillery in West London this November, where guests will have the chance to enjoy a range of gins and learn more about this quintessential British spirit, alongside a range of canapés designed and made by the olive magazine team. I’d call that the perfect early Christmas present!
Pioneers of the gin revival, Sipsmith was London’s first new distillery for nearly 200 years, opening its doors in 2009 on a mission to bring London dry gin back to the city that gave it its name.
Sipsmith combines modern distillation processes with traditional recipes – all Sipsmith spirits are made by hand and in small batches, driven by the belief that this is the only way to craft spirits of such high quality. Its London Dry has won over 30 international awards and Sipsmith was recently voted a CoolBrand for 2016/2017.
To celebrate its love of gin, olive is delighted to announce an exclusive event, designed for like-minded readers who enjoy the ‘sipping life’.
On arrival you’ll get the chance to meet the olive team and be greeted with a crisp G&T made with Sipsmith’s award-winning London Dry gin, which will be served alongside specially paired canapés.
You’ll then be taken through London’s colourful gin history and discover where Sipsmith fits into the story before learning how Sipsmith spirits are handcrafted. The evening will finish with a tutored tasting of the range and a bespoke gift to take away created exclusively for olive readers.
Date: Monday 14 November 2016
Venue: Sipsmith Distillery, 83 Cranbrook Road, Chiswick, London W4 2LJ
Price: £35 per person
Limited spaces available!
Call 0844 871 8819* quoting olive reader event, or visit olivemagazine.seetickets.com
Terms & conditions
*Calls cost 7p per minute plus network extras. Over 18s only. All bookings are non-refundable.
Full terms & conditions can be found online at olivemagazine.seetickets.com
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