A Five-Day Festival Dedicated To The Espresso Martini Is Returning To London Next Month
If an espresso martini is your sweet nectar of choice then PRETTY52 has some good news for you, as Mr Black's Espresso Martini Festival is returning to London for the third year.
The five-day event dedicated to the coffee-based cocktail is sure to get Londoners buzzed as it takes place across the capital with participating bars offering variation of the popular tipple for a mere £6.
The fun-filled festival kicks off on Wednesday, 7th August, until Sunday, 11th August and will have cocktail fanatics suffering from deja brew.
As well as different interpretations of the cocktail, there will also be events happening in bars throughout the festival, including masterclasses with Mr Black coffee ambassador Martin Hudak.
The classes will be held at East London coffee drinkers hangout, Hackney Coffee Company, where guests will be able to dabble at making their own espresso martini to enjoy on the night.
Shoreditch institution Callooh Callay will also play host to a series of events throughout the festival in their members bar Jubjub, with a menu of six coffee cocktails across the week - we told you there's a whole latte going on!
For the first time access to the festival is completely free as the event's partner Drink.Up London, the brains behind London Cocktail Week and London Wine Week, celebrates its tenth anniversary.
Coffee lovers can simply snap up a digital pass online to unlock £6 cocktails at each of the participating bars across the city.
Speaking about the upcoming festivities, Martin Hudak, Global Coffee Ambassador at Mr Black, said: "We're all about taking craft coffee into the night at Mr Black and this year's festival is all about championing the best bars across London.
"We've got some of London's top bars on board to serve drinkers the best espresso martinis and tasty coffee cocktails - it's going to be great."
For information about the event and how to get your hands on a free ticket then click here.
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