The best way to enjoy gin and chocolate in London though is to make them yourself, and this itinerary offers the chance to do just that.
Chocolate is living a much awaited and desired renaissance in the capital, thanks to specialist chocolate shops and chocolatiers that produce delicious and unique flavors by adding a full of creativity flair to the traditional methods.
With the Luxury Chocolate Making Workshop, guests are sure to live the ultimate chocoholic’s dream, making tasty chocolate slabs, experimenting with rose, orange, fig and mint to find an enticing taste mix, blending their own chocolate martinis and making fresh cream chocolate truffles and cut, mould and dip gooey milk chocolate fudge, before decorating both treats with luxurious toppings..
Gin is experiencing a resurgence in its relationship with London. The new and traditional distilleries are producing gins that are gathering recognition not only from the experts, but also from the final consumers.
When evening approaches is time to visit one of London’s most unique gin distilleries and also the first copper pot distillery for nearly 200 years. The tour explores the chequered history of gin and show the reason why this distillery has gaing worthy deserved its reputation making quality, hand-crafted and award-winning gins. Afterwards the tour continues to a finest restaurant where the gin-filled evening will continue with a delicious gin-inspired three-course supper.
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