Dalloway Terrace collaborates with Ramsbury Estate

A single-estate gin and vodka producer based in Wiltshire, Ramsbury has launched a two-month residency at Dalloway Terrace in London called ‘Estate of Mind’. 

Located at The Bloomsbury Hotel, Ramsbury’s ‘Estate of Mind’ at Dalloway Terrace will feature a floral installation and cocktails made using ingredients sourced from the estate.

Reflecting the wild flowers found on the Ramsbury estate, the floral installation will include silk daisies, cosmos, Larkspur, delphiniums and foliage.

Transforming the terrace and neighbouring Coral Garden, the installation will feature coral quince blossom to complement the botanical notes of the Ramsbury Single Estate Gin.

The seasonal cocktail menu has been created by general manager, Giovanni Spezziga, in collaboration with Scotch+Limon and Crucible.

On tap and priced at £13 per serve, the cocktail menu includes ‘The Bell,’ named after the Ramsbury estate’s award-winning pub and made with Ramsbury Single Estate Gin, apricot, black olive and rosemary; and ‘The Estate Spritz’ consisting of green apple and aromatic basil with a strawberry garnish and Ramsbury Single Estate Vodka.

There will also be a broader cocktail menu featuring ‘Ramsbury Reviver,’ ‘Miss Dalloway Fruit Cup’ and ‘Wiltshire Snapper,’ all made with either Ramsbury Single Estate Gin or Vodka. 

The menu will also offer a unique gin and tonic which guests will have the opportunity to garnish themselves using botanicals and fresh ingredients from the Ramsbury Estate, such as rosemary, quince, dried apple, lemongrass, dried lemon and fresh lime.

The bar will be made from wood sourced on the estate while the tables will feature bespoke wooden coasters and menus.

International Director at Ramsbury, Mats Olsson, said: “At Ramsbury, we pride ourselves on our traditional farming heritage but are always looking for innovative ways to improve, as shown with our 43-plate still. 

“It’s this ethos that we call the Ramsbury Estate of Mind and from time to time, we also see this attitude in others. The Estate of Mind takeover at Dalloway Terrace will combine all of this and will bring the ethos from our estate to people in the city this summer.” 

Ramsbury’s ‘Estate of Mind’ at The Dalloway Terrace will be open from 22 July until September.

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