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STAR of BOMBAY invites you to enjoy an exquisite evening of Slow Artistry in partnership with Carousel London

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Slow Artistry is a concept intrinsic to the development and distillation of STAR of BOMBAY.

This innovative gin is slow distilled, which extracts deeper intensity of flavours and aromatics from the botanicals, producing a smooth and intensely flavoured gin. Slow distillation is a progressive method very much led by sensory analysis, with every single batch crafted slowly and with great skill, care and passion, which is exactly what you can expect to discover on the evening itself.

From the drinks creations, to the slow cooked food, each element of the evening has been designed to demonstrate the positive impact of slow preparation in order to heighten the senses and encourage diners to savour the delights of the experience.

There are just 40 seats available, and the ticket price covers a full three course meal with five complementary cocktails and jelly bitters, so to ensure you’re not left disappointed, purchase tickets now.

STAR OF BOMBAY is an innovative blend of 12 unique botanicals from all over the world, hand-selected by its Master of Botanicals, Ivano Tonutti and then slow distilled in order to extract deeper intensity of flavours and aromatics from the botanicals. This makes STAR OF BOMBAY an exceptionally smooth gin designed to be enjoyed on its own in a Martini, or in a variety of contemporary cocktails.

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Event Details – STAR of BOMBAY

When: Friday 31st March 2017; 19:00-21:00pm

Where: Carousel, London. 71 Blandford Street, Marylebone, London, W1U 8AB

Ticket price: £40 purchasable at www.carousel-london.com/starofbombay.html

What: STAR of BOMBAY Slow Artistry dining experience

Three course menu cooked by Carousel’s resident chef Ollie Templeton and a selection of bespoke STAR of BOMBAY cocktails along with education and masterclass tasting led by UK Brand Ambassador, Renaud de Bosredon.