Saturday

Rekorderlig Winter Forest Bar!

The Bar at the Rekorderlig Winter Forest Bar
Me with the lovely Rachel of The Horseferry Girl  
In the woods of Brick Lane...
A cheeky little welcome platter featuring "samples" of a number of lovely Rekorderlig ciders and a croquette which went pretty darn fast...
Rekorderlig Winter Cider cocktails on the menu- absolutely bloomin' delicious and the £5 entry includes one cocktail as well as the tasting platter- scoreeee.
My friend Nicole of Pink Flamingo Kisses opted for the Apple Pie cocktail and was NOT disappointed... Despite having a stonking cold Nicole knocked back two. Steamboat.  
I think they call this cider face... I am wearing a Topshop sweater, Topshop jewellery and teeny weeny Topshop hotpants... Not wise in November really!

Nicole and Harriet of Resplendent and Discover & Escape shared a little Daim bar swiss roll topped with a little Raspberry Mango gellee (£3.50 for a number of little Swedish desserts, or £10 for a taster plate)

If you read my previous post about the Swedish House Makeover competition by cool Swedish cider brand Rekorderlig (read it here if you so desire) , you will be aware that I was popping down to the Rekorderlig winter forest pop-up bar tucked away on Brick Lane.

I thought i'd share some pictures from this lovely little bar with you guys, because if you have the time I strongly suggest you take a trip Eastward and visit! It's seriously worth it.

It really is one of the nicest events i've been invited to and, to quote HCB, 

"I wish there was a place like this open all the time."

Wise old owl she is.

It has been open since October 26th and sadly closes it's doors on the 6th of November, so act fast ladies and gents.

While tickets are sold out online, it is worth popping by as you can pay the £5 entry fee on the door. It really is worth it.

The ticket involves a Rekorderlig taster platter, a free cocktail (or two in my case... lucky devil) and an absolutely fabulous evening with great music.

The best part is that the Old Truman Brewery has been transformed into a magical Swedish forest lined with trees, leaves and wintry lighting. I had a wonderful time and would highly recommend popping down if you have a free night this weekend.

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