There’s nothing better than a good Bloody Mary to revive you after a big night out on the tiles.
No one knows this better than the Anthologist – which is why they’re teaming up with Ketel One vodka to host a special Bloody Mary brunch experience on Sunday 7th April.
But this is not the Bloody Mary as you might know it.
Promising to elevate the classic hangover cocktail far beyond the standard Worcestershire sauce and tomato juice concoction and deliver a drink with an edge, the Anthologist and Ketel One have something extra-special in store for their boozy brunch guests.
Starting off with a tasting session, you will be encouraged to trial the range of family made Ketel One Vodkas and learn more about the brand’s rich history and background – whilst enjoying a complimentary cocktail to kick things off.
Passed down through ten generations of Nolet family distilling passion and expertise, Ketel One is a sophisticated and crisp, wheat-based vodka blend crafted from small batches using copper pot stills.
Their original coal-fired pot still, Pot Still Number 1 – otherwise known as “Distilleerketel # 1” – is where the inspiration for the brand’s name came from.
A family product, to this day each final production of the vodka is approved by a member of the Nolet family before bottling.
Once you’ve heard from their knowledgeable team members, you’ll then get the opportunity to mix your own Mary – under the expert guidance of a vetted cocktail connoisseur.
They’ll take you through each stage of building your drink: choosing ingredients from market fresh boxes and finishing off with a choice of garnish and a selection of World of Zing sauces.
On top of making your own personalised Mary, there’ll also be a delicious brunch to tuck into. After all, what’s one without the other?
For a bit of added fun, Ketel One has also installed an interactive swing in the venue. Adorned with beautiful plants, it’s certainly snap-worthy.
So hop on after brunch and make sure to get a selfie in with your pals.
Taking place between 11am and 12.30pm on Sunday 7th April, tickets for the brunch are available now priced at £10 each.