On a gin-themed afternoon tea bus tour, you may sip while taking in the sights of London.


On a gin-themed afternoon tea bus tour, you may sip while taking in the sights of London.

A DOUBLE DECKER BUS is delivering a one-of-a-kind tour of London, complete with the city’s only gin-themed afternoon tea.

Guests can board the 1960s vehicle and sample a variety of beverages and desserts while it whisks them around the historic locations for 90 minutes. The tour is a collaboration between Slingsby Gin, a premium gin brand located in Harrogate, and Brigit’s Bakery, which also hosts a Peppa Pig-themed afternoon tea bus for children.

The tour begins in Central London and includes a 90-minute journey into the heart of the city on a very British bus from the 1960s.

The London Eye, Westminster Abbey, and Marble Arch are just a few of the prominent attractions that guests can see.

Passengers will board the bus at either Westminster or Victoria Coach Station and will be treated to classic Gin and Tonics and gin-infused delicacies while passing by Marble Arch and the London Eye.

Raspberry Tart with Slingsby Rhubarb Gin Cream, Gin Jelly with Lime Mousse, Slingsby Gooseberry Gin and Cucumber Pipette, and Strawberry Moelleux with Slingsby Rhubarb Gin are among the dishes on the menu.

“We are happy to be celebrating Afternoon Tea Week this year with the Gin Lovers Afternoon Tea Bus Tour,” said Marcus Black, co-founder of Spirit of Harrogate.

“At Slingsby, we strive to provide unforgettable experiences for our fans, and our collaboration with Brigit’s Bakery is the ideal method to do so. We’re proud of our award-winning gins and love the enticing, unique flavors they provide to all of the fascinating dishes and desserts on board.”

With an indulgent variety of additional G&T pairings handpicked from Slingsby’s vast range of classic and favorite gins with refreshing London Essence mixers, on-board guests will be spoilt for choice.

Two-thirds of the population has yet to see iconic attractions in the United Kingdom.

If you didn’t have a chance to enjoy tea with a twist during National Afternoon Tea Week (August 9–15), there are still plenty of bookings available.

The Gin Lovers Afternoon Tea Bus Tour departs at 5.30pm and 6.30pm on Fridays and Saturdays, with tickets starting at £62.50 per person.

Those interested in booking an experience should go to Brigit Bakery’s official website.

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