The Taste of London Festival takes place this week in the capital’s Regent’s Park from 16th -19th June, where 40 of the city’s top restaurants are serving up their best alfresco gourmet dishes, with a further 200 producers who are providing a selection of their best food and beverages.
Yesterday, some of the Bullet team went along to the festival to visit our clients, Bonne Maman and Freixenet who both had stands at there.
Visitors to the Bonne Maman stand have the opportunity to sample products from two delicious new ranges – Chilled Desserts and bagged Biscuits.
Their new range of Chilled Desserts has something for everyone; from bistro classic Crème Caramel to a sophisticated Baba au Rhum. At the show they will be sampling the mouth-watering Mousse au Chocolat and the voluptuous Crème Brûlée which can also be bought, with a free Bonne Maman cool bag, for only £5!
What’s more, the new selection of biscuits from Bonne Maman Pâtisserie will be available to sample and buy. A free Bonne Maman re-usable shopping bag will also be given out to purchasers as a special show offer.
Freixenet, who also have a stand, are showcasing their fantastic range of sparkling wines, including Cordon Negro Brut, Cordon Oro Semi Seco, Cordon Rosado, Elyssia Gran Cuvee Brut and Elyssia Pinot Noir.
Drinks are being sold by the flute and visitors are also being offered the chance to win a year’s supply of Cava by entering a prize draw! As part of the entry visitors are being asked to taste test samples of Cordon Negro and their recently launched Cordon Oro, and say which they prefer.
Suzanne O’Hara, Head of Marketing at Freixenet comments: “We have been showcasing our Freixenet range at Taste of London for a number of years now and enjoy the opportunity to introduce visitors to our great sparkling wines and to gauge their opinions face-to-face. A glass of sparkling Freixenet is the perfect complement to the world class food on offer and the festival is always a foodie’s perfect event.”
So, why not head down to Taste of London this weekend and experience it for yourself?