A Bottomless Espresso Martini Pop-Up Will Arrive In London This August

Alex Landon Alex Landon - Editor

Espresso martini society

Spend a weekend with the love of your life… espresso martinis!

Buzzing about life? Well, you definitely will be after you’ve had a few at The Espresso Martini Society! Triumphantly waltzing into London’s New Yorker Gallery on August 28, The Espresso Martini Society will be serving up yet another one of its bottomless experiences. Boasting a range of incredible, inventive riffs on London’s favourite drink, coffee and cocktail connoisseurs alike are sure to be impressed by what’s on offer. We’ve already lined up your tickets, too!

Unsurprisingly, their Usual Suspect, the classic espresso martini, will feature on the menu, but they’ll also be serving up a whole host of brand new flavours for you to enjoy. Pure indulgence arrives in The Ferrero Rocher giving you a maximised hit of that chocolate and hazelnut creation that has a spot in all our hearts and, well, bellies. For those of you looking for something a little different to tingle your taste buds, why not take a sip of their utterly delectable number The Citrus Circus for a bit of a refresher on these warm summer nights. Plus, it’d be tough to look past The Golden Salt, because we all know how much everyone loves salted caramel.

But that’s not even the best part – for £35 you’ll get a full hour and a half to sink as many of these incredible caffeine creations as you can possibly manage. Whether you’re hoping to end up a little bit merry or looking to get the full on caffeine shakes, this pop up is really offering a whole lot of bang for your buck. Really, there’s no weekend that can’t be improved by endless espresso martinis…

The spectacular New York inspired venue will be soundtracked by a DJ to get you in the groove, and in the extremely unlikely event that you’re not feeling espresso martinis, you can opt for bottomless Cosmos or Appletinis instead. It’s a true taste of the big apple in London, so why not perk things up and go big with this bottomless cocktail experience?

Also published on Medium.

Food & Drink