Perhaps the most famous button in London (what a concept – famous buttons) is to be found in the Bob Bob Ricard restaurant in Soho. Diners can take advantage of the buttons at each table which instruct them to ‘press for champagne’. But another button, rather a bit larger, has popped up in London – and this one also nets you alcohol when you push it. Over on London’s Southbank, a Baileys Button has appeared where Londoners can bag themselves some delicious treats.
The button tempts Londoners (over-18s only, of course) with an invitation to ‘Press for the Unexpected‘. A push of the button rewards the brave with “an array of fun treats, including samples of the Baileys Deliciously Light and ‘cake or not’ treats from Netflix’s Extreme Cake Makers, Molly Robbins.” That’s right, Baileys and cake. What’s not to love? Especially when it’s free!
The Baileys Button is only in place for one more day today (24) so hurry on down if you want to sample the new libation!
We went along and checked it out quickly in the middle of our work day when it first popped up yesterday:
The launch of the Baileys Button
To mark the launch of the button Destini Dolor was on hand capturing the responses and reactions of audiences to the Baileys Button. She was there to get honest reactions as people tried out Baileys Deliciously Light for the first time.
Will they fall for the drink? Can Baileys be a summer drink after all? And what does the average Londoner think of the new product? Well, you could head down yourself and find out!
You can find the Baileys Button at Walkway (by Gabriel’s Wharf), 9PP, 2A Southwark Bridge Road. Baileys Deliciously Light can be bought from Tesco, Sainsbury’s, and Amazon while stocks last.