Take note of this exciting news! The much-awaited “Stratford Gin & Rum Festival” is back, co-hosted by Shakespeare Distillery and Billesley Manor Hotel. This event will happen on July 14, from 12 noon to 5 pm in Warwickshire. This year, the festival brings new Gin & Rum Distilleries to the table, and guests can expect […]
Shakespeare Distillery, a carbon-neutral spirit producer, has recently launched an exclusive limited edition aged rum called ‘Jester’ Cask Aged British Rum. The product has been aged for 30 months in an ex-Buffalo Trace bourbon cask and bottled at 48% ABV to ensure maximum flavor. The distillery has produced only 415 individually numbered bottles. The Jester […]
Starting from 2 February, the British Motor Museum will be showcasing a selection of seven vehicles from the Ford of Britain Heritage Collection. These vintage cars will be joining the already existing Ford vehicles on display at the Museum. Visitors will also have the opportunity to admire a 1973 Ford Capri Ferguson 4×4, which is […]
The Hotel Indigo Coventry has recently opened its doors to the public after a multi-million-pound development project that lasted for just 19 months. This stunning, newly-built boutique hotel is a reflection of the unique ethos of Hotel Indigo, which is part of the IHG Luxury & Lifestyle portfolio. The hotel offers a one-of-a-kind hospitality experience […]
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