A Free Five-Day Espresso Martini Festival Hits The UK Next Month
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Soaking up the rays with your mates holding an Espresso Martini in both hands sounds like a real dream right now and Mr Black, Australian Cold Brew Coffee Liqueur makers, are making that dream become a reality just next month. Yep, you read right. Five solid days of divulging in delicious, refreshing beverages and living your best boujee life.
If you're anything like us here at TOTUM, you'll have been soaking up all the rays while they last, desperately trying to make the most of our inevitable 5-day-total summer - and what better activity than a five-day festival dedicated to the iconic cocktail, the Espresso Martini.
The festival is set to take place across the city of London, with various bars taking part for the ultimate cheap bar crawl between 7-11th August.
People wanting to participate can download their free pass to their phone, which gives them access to £6 Espresso Martini's in participating bars, access to "1000 FREE Espresso Martinis" (yeah I have my eye on that one too) and entrance to a number of pop-up events and parties across London.
Worried you'll get sick of supping down the same drink? Fear not. Bars will be creating variations of the classic cocktail to mix it up a bit and have fans tasting new concoctions of their favourite poison. There's plenty of venues to hit up too, with 22 bars across the city taking part this year from Shoreditch, to Soho, to Bethnal Green and back.
There'll also be a number of things to get involved in (other than the actual consuming and socialising of course...) such as masterclasses at the Hackney Coffee Company on how to create the perfect Martini and pop-up parties in Shoreditch.
Find out more and get your free pass here.
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