Part of the Raising the Spirits event series hosted by Devil’s Botany at The Last Tuesday Society.

Whether it is luck, love or protection from evil , there is an herb or spice that’s been known to conceal the hidden virtues you’re after.

Join co-Founder of Devil’s Botany & Director of The Last Tuesday Society, Allison Crawbuck, on Tuesday 8th November under the rising full moon for a magically-charged absinthe tasting and lunar cocktail bitters-making workshop.

Guests will begin the evening with a guided tasting of the award-winning Devil’s Botany London Absinthe and Devil’s Botany Absinthe Regalis. We will focus on the botanicals incorporated in the distillation process for each absinthe and explore their different magical uses.

Finally, guests will be invited to create their own cocktail bitters based on their chosen natural flavours and supernatural powers. Your finished botanical bitters is the perfect gift or addition your home bar magically-charged twist to any cocktail.

Tickets include a serving of Devil’s Botany London Absinthe and Devil’s Botany Absinthe Regalis as well as a 50ml bottle of neutral spirit and a selection of botanicals to create your bitters.

Event suitable for over 18s only.

About the Host

Allison Crawbuck and Rhys Everett have always shared a passion for unearthing curious tales and rendering them in liquid form. The duo are co-owners of The Last Tuesday Society’s cocktail bar in East London, transforming Hackney’s best-kept secret into the city’s favourite Absinthe Parlour. In 2019, it was voted the Best Bar in London at the 7th annual Design My Night Awards by a public vote of over 180,000 Londoners, and in 2020, their absinthe menu was shortlisted for Imbibe’s Specialist List of the Year.

In December 2020, Allison Crawbuck and Rhys Everett launched London’s first Absinthe distillery: Devil’s Botany located in the city’s east end.

They are also authors of Spirits of the Otherworld: A Grimoire of Occult Cocktails & Drinking Rituals, published by Prestel/RandomHouse (Sep 2021 | ISBN 9783791387147).

19:00-20:30