The London Transport Museum has laid on a second Gin Tasting evening on 30 October.
There will be a journey through the history of gin, with a series of talks and guided tastings from industry experts Nicholas Cook of The Gin Guild and Head Distiller Tom Hills of The East London Liquor Company.
The event includes tastings of eight different gins.
There will also be the opportunity to sample a Gimlet Reloaded cocktail – a twist on the classic Gimlet cocktail designed by the in-house mixologist at The East London Liquor Company.
The event will take place in the Museum’s Cubic Theatre.
Tickets cost £15.
Ticket holders will also get free entry to the Friday Late event running in the museum. As the Friday Late costs £8 to get in, it makes the gin tasting effectively just £7.
That’s less than a quid per gin.
On the same evening, the Museum galleries will stay open until 10pm as part of Museums at Night. As well as a DJ and bar there will be tours of the Museum’s new exhibition Night Shift – London after Dark by the exhibition curator, short talks and a screening of Night Streets – a 1950s film about what happens on London Underground once the trains stop running.