Jagermeister partner with London Dungeons…

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JÄGERMEISTER PARTNER WITH THE LONDON DUNGEON THIS HALLOWEEN

DATE: Thursday 29th, Friday 30th and Saturday 31st October 
LOCATION: The Queen’s Walk, Bishop’s, London SE1 7PB 
PRICE: From £30 
LINK: https://www.thedungeons.com/london/tickets-prices/ 

26th October 2020 Dark elixir Jägermeister UK has partnered with Home of Halloween, The London Dungeon, for this coming Halloween weekend, for a chilling cocktail experience. 

At the end of visitors’ perilous journey through London’s darkest history, Jägermeister will be gifting a free sample of their new Jägermeister Cold Brew serve with every purchase from The Tavern. The 5cl mini of Jägermeister’s newest arabica coffee liqueur with delicious chocolatey notes, will feature a haunting limited edition label. 

A selection of specially curated Jägermeister cocktails will also be on offer for just £5 each. Cocktail concoctions available for order will include the spine-tingling Sunset Murder, made with Jägermeister, Passionfruit, Vanilla, Cranberry and Dark Fruit Cider, and the unnerving Bone Crusher featuring Jägermeister, Amaretto, Passionfruit, Cinnamon and Orange. 

Tickets are on-sale now via The London Dungeon for 29th, 30th and 31st October.

Feel The Chill! 

JAVA WHISKERS CAT CAFE // PRESS RELEASE

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Purrrfect timing for cat café after initial plans ‘paws-ed’ by pandemic

CATS will soon be the talk of London’s West End again – but Andrew Lloyd
Webber will be playing no part in its success. Java Whiskers cat café is set to make its debut on October 31st, six months after its original launch plans had to be shelved due to the pandemic.

Occupying former offices in Great Portland Street, Fitzrovia Marylebone, the venue will entice cat lovers with its winning formula of food and feline
‘therapy,’ something the owners say is needed more than ever.
Behind the concept are three friends from southern Sweden who enjoyed huge success with the launch of their country’s first ever cat café last year.
Self-confessed ‘entrepreneurs with big hearts,’ Jon Bäcklund, Tobias Larsson and Joakim Wessman are also the team behind successful Swedish trampoline park chain Yoump. Tobias Larsson said: “We wanted to find a business that is doing something good. We want to create a great environment for both the cats and humans that is calm and comfortable but also very healing. The café has two primary objectives: to improve the mental health and wellbeing of its visitors and to reduce the rate of cat homelessness. It’s been very challenging due to the unpredictability the pandemic has brought upon us and the public. However, these challenges have made us more determined to stick to our original plans and open our café to offer a bit of positivity to London in the midst of the crisis. We do feel our unique concept of service will be of even greater importance
now. The holistic mental wellbeing benefits of spending time with cats has
been widely documented. So we are delighted we can offer this service to our guests very soon. And we’ve gone above and beyond to make our café COVID-friendly and taken every possible safety measure to give you that peace of mind when you visit us!”

Java Whiskers will foster a maximum of nine kitties at any one time from The Scratching Post Cat Rescue shelter, in Waltham Abbey, until suitable new forever homes can be found among its customers. The purpose-built cattery, in Enfield, has been a labour of love for Susan Delaney for 15 years.
Susan said she saw this as a new opportunity to help tackle the growing
number of unwanted cats in and around London. She added: “I thought it a fantastic idea and it is definitely the first time we will have worked with a cat café and thought it was such a wonderful opportunity to move the charity forward by rehoming to people who will see the cats’ personalities and fall in love. This will help us, as a charity move forward and rescue more cats. There is an ever- growing population of unwanted cats in and around London, so this will help towards the volume of reports we receive.”
The Scratching Post can be contacted at: http://www.scratchingpost.co.uk

Tobias said: “We are very happy and proud of the difference we have made for homeless cats in Sweden and also how much our visitors love our concept so we are super excited to be opening in the UK now.”
Customers to Java Whiskers will be asked to book a time slot ahead of their
visit. The café design includes elevated shelves and walkways as well as plenty of ‘escape spaces’ for the animals. And the cats’ welfare is paramount with a set of important guest rules, including no running, keeping noise to a low level and no picking up the resident kitties, feeding them or waking them when they’re asleep. Children under 10 will not be permitted and it’s strictly shoes off and hands washed upon entering.
The top level of the two-storey 2,000 sq ft unit will be dedicated to providing a premium customer experience, including a menu of hot and cold drinks,
sandwiches, pastries and salads, while downstairs the cats are afforded plenty of private space.
It’s the first of a series of cat cafés being launched in the UK by the
entrepreneurs who are already eyeing up plans for more in the future.
More information is available at: https://javawhiskers.co.uk or, for enquiries, contact manager Michelle Nykvist at: info@javawhiskers.co.uk

Bookings can now be made through https://javawhiskers.co.uk/booking-info

JAGERMEISTER FLOATING BAR // HALLOWEEN EVENT

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JÄGERMEISTER FLOATING BAR “THE DARK SPIRIT”  SETTING SAIL THIS HALLOWEEN

A cursed canal cruise with cocktails

Jägermeister UK in partnership with Ladies & Gents bars, are summoning up an unearthly phantom boat, named “The Dark Spirit”, to sail the canals of London this Halloween.

Setting sail twice daily from Camden, the macabre barge will wind its way along London’s ancient canals and through the mysterious 1km long Victorian-designed Islington Tunnel. 

Onboard, the talented team from Ladies & Gents will reward brave souls with an assortment of ice cold shots and delectable cocktails showcasing the intricate flavours of the dark spirits’ 56 different herbs and spices. 

The boat can hold up to twelve people per sailing and is fully enclosed to protect the precious cargo from elemental forces. There’s a wood burning fire aboard to keep guests (both alive and undead) from the chills. 

Tickets cost £20 and include two hours on “The Dark Spirit” floating bar plus two cocktails. Additional cocktails will be available for £5 each. 

Tickets are on-sale now via Design My Night for 23rd October – 3rd November. 

Let’s Get Dark! 

Tickets:

https://www.designmynight.com/london/bars/camden/ladies-and-gentlemen/a-cursed-canal-cruise-with-cocktails

About Jägermeister
Mast-Jägermeister SE is firmly rooted in Wolfenbüttel, Lower Saxony. Here, and only here, the company produces Jägermeister, the herbal liqueur with the stag – and the biggest German spirit brand. First invented over 80 years ago, Jägermeister is based on a secret recipe of 56 different herbs, flowers and roots. In 2018, Mast-Jägermeister SE sold more than 7.5 million 9-litre cases of Jägermeister in over 140 countries. What means Jägermeister reached ninth place in the definitive Impact International rankings of the top 100 premium spirits, underpinning its position as the world’s most successful herbal liqueur. 

About Ladies & Gentlemen bars
Ladies & Gentlemen Londons favourite five star dive bar is well known for its epic parties, micro distillery, experimental kitchen and of course a lock in or two. Over the last 6 years L&G bars at their Kentish town, Camden Road and floating bar based in Kings X have focused on the forgotten art of hospitality and above all fun. Owner William Borrell has been included in the Evening standard top 100 influential people shaping the UKs hospitality scene with his unique approach to bars, pops up and special projects.