A blue solitaire sight is entrance to London to magically ride we around a world

A blue solitaire sight is entrance to London
Take us to when a solitaire is (Picture: Bombay Sapphire)

We’ll ride only about anywhere to get a solitaire fix, either that’s embarking on a gin value hunt or a gin cruise.

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But in a subsequent part of gin-related adventures, we can shortly burst aboard a solitaire train.

Yep – vacating from London, we can ‘travel’ from Java to Ghana to Tuscany, sipping on a preference of solitaire cocktails all along a way.

I contend ‘travel’ since we won’t technically leave a capital; rather than a fully-functioning steam sight we can house an ‘immersive experience’ that’ll magically ride we to a opposite countries regulating light, sound and taste.

Gin train
All aboard (Picture: Bombay Sapphire)

Think a restaurant-version of Secret Cinema, or something like that.

Once you’re aboard a Laverstock Express, you’ll try a 10 botanicals found in Bombay Sapphire gin by 10 opposite ‘journeys’, including a special cocktail and a story behind any one.

Bombay Sapphire train
Why only have solitaire when we can have food and gin? (Picture: Bombay Sapphire)

Oh, and you’ll be served a accumulation dishes by Michelin Star cook Tom Sellers to compare any botanical-infused cocktail, too.

The Grand Journey will be stationed during a Banking Hall in Bank, London, between 17 and 23 July.

Tickets cost a flattering decent £30 and a second collection of tickets go on sale on Thursday 22 June, so keep an eye out for them here.

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