Now fully in bloom, The Botanical Garden in Liverpool is the city’s most idyllic hideaway, nestled in the backstreets of the Baltic Triangle in the shadow of the Anglican Cathedral.
There’s a special day taking place there on Saturday 10th June, as The Botanical Garden celebrates World Gin Day – if ever there were two concepts more suitable together, it is these – featuring a day and night of education and entertainment. Throughout the day there will be a series of gin brand ambassadors presenting some of the incredible array of gins available, as well as tasting sessions to inspire and edify the palate. During the sunshine hours there will be live bands, and then into the evening a local DJ will keep the venue grooving until midnight.
Dan Murphy from The Botanical Garden says:
“We’re going to have a lovely day on Saturday June 10th for gin lovers in Liverpool, focusing on some of the amazing drinks out there and inviting people to taste test some of this vibrant selection. We will even have iced gin lollies for anyone wanting to cool down, as we are hoping it’s going to be a sunny day.!World Gin Day is a bit of match made in heaven for us, and we are all really looking forward to celebrating it!”
Widely regarded as the hidden jewel amid the warehouses and creative industries the area now harbours, at the Baltic Triangle’s heart beats The Botanical Garden. It’s a little piece of escapism in the city which has cultivated a following not only across the city and region, but for visitors seeking to find a different side to Liverpool’s resplendent cultural scene.
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