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Welcome to Juniper Manor: new secret gin experience launches in London

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Does your perfect evening involve food, fun and plenty of gin? Us too.

Luckily, all of the above are due to combine in one of London’s newest – and most intriguing – dining experiences, launching this summer in an secret location known only as “Juniper Manor”.

Brought to us by the creative geniuses at Sipsmith gin and the Gingerline group, the immersive dinner will involve a gin and food experience housed in an “enchanted and delicious pleasure palace” somewhere in East London.

Kicking off in July, there are scant details available to us gin-curious adventurers, but we’ve pulled together everything we know so far.

The event image has us intrigued

The event image has us intrigued

The ticket website says that guests will “step through the Heironymous clock” before embarking on a “semi-sequential temporal tour”, during which “time and taste intermingle” while “fact and fiction fuse with fuzzy minded flavour fantasy”.


Read more: A series of gin and vodka festivals is coming to the UK


Dinner will be a four-course food and drink pairing experience, with organisers promising a perfectly paired gin tipple for each course. 

There will also be a Juniper Manor bar offering “interactive delights” and interactive entertainment.

At Juniper Manor, anything could happen...

At Juniper Manor, anything could happen...

The dinners are due to run from 25 July to 19 August, with tickets costing between £52.50 and £70 depending on the time and date that you book.

The whole experience lasts around two hours and 10 minutes, and in keeping with the theme of mystery, there is a black and white dress code – and no photos are allowed.

Click here to book tickets and move fast – some dates and time slots have already sold out.

Images: iStock and Juniper Manor

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