WHAT: The 1800 Brunch Saloons are lively, informative, thought-provoking conversations hosted by The Thinking Drinkers, award-winning drink writers and comedians, who will deliver diverting dialogue to digest over brunch and Bloody Marias Ã¢â‚¬â€œ a modern and adventurous rendition of the Bloody Mary, using tequila instead of vodka.
WHY: The brunch revolution is here to stay and the Bloody Mary is a bit passÃƒÂ©. If you like robust brunch banter over your bacon and eggs, then come and celebrate the perfect union of tequila and tomatoes, who were always meant to be together.
WHO: The 1800 Brunch Saloon is hosted by the award-winning comedic duo, The Thinking Drinkers, whose unique show,’The Thinking Drinker’s Guide to Alcohol’, debuted at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2011 before transferring to the West End. Ben McFarland, triple-crowned winner of’British Beer Writer of the Year’, joins Tom Sandham, the former editor of leading cocktail and spirits magazine CLASS, to guide guests in a charmed hour and a half of discussion and dialogue.
WHERE: The B&H Kitchen at Bourne & Hollingsworth Buildings, 42 Northampton Road, London, EC1R 0HU.
WHEN: Sunday 3rd July
HOW: Tickets are £30 for a three-course brunch, created by a Michelin starred chef, with bottomless 1800 Bloody Maria cocktails, coffee and soft drinks. Buy your tickets via the Bourne & Hollingsworth website.
The 1800 Brunch Saloons will be rolled out in brunch venues and festivals throughout the summer. Keep an eye on @1800Tequila for updates! And if you can’t wait until the Brunch Saloons to try a Bloody Maria, then head to one of London’s high-end brunch venues from July onwards, where you’ll be able to build your very own Bloody Maria using the’1800 Brunch Carousel’. Embrace your creativity and pander to your taste bud’s delectation with a selection of 27 ingredients, including wasabi, umami paste, seaweed and porcini powder to make your unique Bloody Maria.