Check out how Tigerlily has transformed this weekend

Expect delicious cocktails and a line-up of events throughout Spring

Tigerlily is set to blossom as it prepares to launch its Roku Gin Japanese Garden this weekend.

Scottish singer, songwriter and SAY Award Finalist, Emma Aika, also known as Aiitee, will officially open the garden in the George Street venue's Green Room which has been transformed for the event.

Running until the middle of June, guests can enjoy a stunning space filled with spring blossom decor alongside an instagrammable entrance, making it a truly picturesque experience!

But it's not just the interior that's changed. Visitors can also enjoy a limited-edition cocktail menu created by Tigerlily's bar development manager Joey Medrington.

Some delightfully themed concoctions on the menu include the ’Sakura Blossom Spritz’ - Roku Gin with Cherry Blossom, Ume Plum, Yuzu & White Tea Soda topped with pink candy floss and the ‘Fuji Mountain Swizzle’ - Roku Gin with Asian Pear, Yuzu Sake and Wild Mint.

Alongside playing host to some delicious cocktails, the Roku Gin Japanese Garden, a line-up of events will play out over Spring. Guests can expect to sample a tasty, sweet and savoury afternoon tea alongside cherry blossom wreath making with Wild as well as an exclusive cocktail masterclass hosted by James Bowker from House of Suntory. That's just a sample of the events planned, with more to be announced soon.

If you fancy some tasty cocktails in a beautifully themed aesthetic or simply wish to experience something new in the capital, then Tigerlily's Roku Gin Japanese Garden is a must-visit!

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