To mark the start of spring, Franklin & Sons, the award-winning range of hand-crafted premium tonics, mixers and soft drinks, has partnered with The Epicurean Club to give away a free G&T to London’s gin lovers.To mark the start of spring, Franklin & Sons, the award-winning range of hand-crafted premium tonics, mixers and soft drinks, has partnered with The Epicurean Club to give away a free G&T to London’s gin lovers.
Only found in the best of spirits, Franklin & Sons is offering a spring G&T crafted with Chase Extra Dry Gin, Franklin & Sons Natural Indian Tonic Water and fresh rosemary, for each download of The Epicurean Club app.
The seasonal serve can be redeemed in any one of the Epicurean Club’s 21 venues, and five London locations, offering Londoners a high quality and authentically British ‘experience worth sharing’ – on the house. Venues include:
• The Punchbowl, Mayfair
• The Admiral Codrington and The Cross Keys, Chelsea
• The Brown Cow and The Sands End, Fulham
Jen Draper, Head of Marketing at Franklin & Sons, says: “Following the recent cold snap, we are all looking forward to the days becoming lighter and warmer, so what better way to mark the changing seasons with a free G&T with Franklin & Sons? The British weather may leave much to be desired, but our seasonal produce is second to none and our Chase G&T is bound to put a spring in gin lovers’ steps this March!”
Proud to continue the traditions laid down by its founders in 1886, Franklin & Sons uses only natural ingredients without preservatives or artificial colours, flavours or sweeteners lending to perfectly pairing with today’s spirits. Together, Chase Extra Dry Gin, known for its distinctive botanical taste, with Franklin & Sons Natural Indian Tonic and fresh rosemary create a refreshing way to kick off the start of spring.
The Epicurean Club is a purveyor of the great British escape; from a day trip to a weekend break, the exclusive organisation makes it easier, more special and immediately rewarding to do the things we love. The Club has a collection of 21 country sites across the British countryside and five boutique London pubs that bring the country to the city.