Want to level up your February 14 with a little Parisian sophistication? Here’s how to do just that with Tanqueray Blackcurrant Royale. Made with juicy French blackcurrants and infused with warm vanilla notes and the subtle hints of the exotic black orchid, this decadent purple gin makes for a sumptuous Valentine’s serve.
Whether you’re planning a romantic dinner and drinks, fun date night activity, or gathering the gals for an epic cocktail night, we’ve lined up fourteen of the loveliest London venues serving Tanqueray Blackcurrant Royale. So you can raise a glass and toast to love in all its many forms.
1. Aqua Kyoto
An innovative Japanese restaurant and bar, Aqua Kyoto is the perfect place to celebrate Valentine’s Day in style. Located just off Regent Street, this stylish spot is sure to impress your date and delight your friends. Sit out on the heated terrace to watch the sun set on central London and sip their brilliant Blackcurrant Negroni made with Tanqueray Blackcurrant Royale, Cocchi Torino and Campari.
No one does romance like the French, so why not kick off your Valentine’s Day at Colbert? Inspired by the great boulevard cafés of Paris, this French restaurant brings a taste of the City of Love to Sloane Square. Dine on classics like duck confit, crème brûlée and order a perfectly Parisian-inspired Tanqueray Blackcurrant Royale and Lemonade to top it all off. Délicieux!
If you’re after a fun-filled activity with friends, or a little flirty competition with your date, head to Swingers West End or Swingers The City! There, you can try your hand at bespoke crazy golf courses featuring shiny clock towers, carousels, water and ferris wheels. And with a delicious line-up of Tanqueray cocktails and Tanqueray Blackcurrant Royale on offer, you’re sure to have an unforgettable experience.
4. Mr Fogg’s
Looking for a cocktail bar with a difference? Try one of the adventurous joints in Mr Fogg’s collection. They’ll transport you back in time to the Victorian era with eclectic decor, quintessentially English themes, and fantastic cocktails. Surround yourself with old-world charm as you sip on refreshing-tasting Tanqueray Blackcurrant Royale serves. Cheers!
5. Curzon Cinemas
Have a romantic movie night in mind for your Valentine? Take them to the Curzon Cinema and treat them to a sumptuous Tanqueray Blackcurrant Royale as the lights go down and opening credits roll. Choose from the latest blockbuster hit, independent titles and award-winning favourites. It’s a timeless date night idea and you really can’t go wrong with it, especially if you add in a delicious cocktail too!
Curzon locations include: Aldgate, Bloomsbury, Camden, Hoxton, Mayfair, Victoria, Soho, Wimbledon
For mouthwatering burgers and great cocktails served in a chic Parisian-inspired setting, book a table at Haché. They do a great Tanqueray Blackcurrant Royale mixed with Grapefruit Tonic that is the perfect, fruity serve to complement your meal.
7. Great Scotland Yard Hotel
If you’re planning a seriously fancy Valentine’s Day, why not book into the Great Scotland Yard Hotel? This five star spot will provide you with the staycation of dreams! But, even if you’re not staying the night, be sure to stop by the elegant hotel bar, The 40 Elephants, for a cocktail or two. Try the Royale Club – a sweet mix of Tanqueray Blackcurrant Royale, blackberries, lemon and sugar.
8. The Conduit
Swish members club, The Conduit, in Covent Garden also serves fantastic cocktails in a very plush setting. They’ve got a lovely leafy terrace where you can enjoy a Tanqueray Blackcurrant Royale serve with city views.
9. Lillie Langtry
The Lillie Langtry is an iconic West London haunt, and has a glamorous Victorian cocktail lounge on its first floor. Warm and welcoming in spirit, soft and luxurious in character – this cosy pub will serve you Tanqueray Blackcurrant Royale and Lemonade with a smile.
10. The Tommy Tucker
This Fulham gastropub serves up a delectable menu of innovative palate pleasers for a Valentine’s Day dinner you’ll never forget. Enjoy a Tanqueray Blackcurrant Royale aperitivo, tuck into the miso black cod or Keralan hake for mains. And, as a final flourish, indulge in the sticky ginger ale pudding with butterscotch and vanilla ice cream for dessert.
This eclectic, independent bar in Shoreditch is the ideal choice if you’re after buzzy drinks in a lively (huge) beer garden. Order Tanqueray Blackcurrant Royale and cuddle up to your date on the cosy benches. And if trivia is what gets you going, you can always take part in the Strongroom Quiz Night on Monday 14 February!
12. The Sun Tavern
Tucked away in the heart of Covent Garden, The Sun Tavern is a lovely art deco pub where you can enjoy a Tanqueray Blackcurrant Royale drink away from the hustle and bustle of the West End. They also do great British pub food classics, if you’re feeling peckish.
13. Peckham Riviera
Can’t whisk your Valentine’s date off to the French Riviera? Take them to the Peckham Riviera instead! Sip a Tanqueray Blackcurrant Royale in this outdoor, heated cobblestone courtyard draped in foliage, and you could almost imagine you’re in a leafy greenhouse in the South of France! And, with a rotating menu from local foodies, at the very least you can be sure of good food and great drinks!
Wander up the Market Mezzanine at Old Spitalfields Market and you’ll emerge in the Loft’s hanging gardens. This dreamy oasis of tranquil flora, sustainably built using reclaimed materials, is a peaceful backdrop for your low-key Valentine’s Day drinks. Enjoy Tanqueray Blackcurrant Royale cocktails and artisan pizza while you watch the vibrant market go by.
Don’t fancy hitting the town this V-Day? Just get your hands on a bottle of Tanqueray Blackcurrant Royale here and make the perfect easy spritz at home. Pour 25ml Tanqueray Blackcurrant Royale over ice in a champagne flute, add 50ml of sparkling wine, 100ml lemonade, and a handful of dark berries. Garnish with a wedge of lemon, and you’re done – cheers to that!
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