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Bluebird in Bloom Arrives in Chelsea with Fever-Tree Perfect Serves Cocktail Menu

Bluebird in Bloom descends on the King’s Road once more just in time for The Chelsea Flower Show as Bluebird Chelsea’s courtyard is decked out in a floral fantasy with an accompanying Fever-Tree Perfect Serves Menu, deck chairs, parasols and a romantic swing until the end of June. The Chelsea landmark have collaborated with Fever-Tree to create a menu with summery flavours and a quintessentially British garden on the sun-soaked terrace.

The courtyard is accessorised with a bespoke Fever-Tree wooden swing that is decorated with an abundance of colourful flowers including roses, wisteria and foxgloves and pastel coloured deck chairs with matching parasols, making it summer ready for all the activities The City has to offer.  Guests will be able to sit on the floral swing whilst they sip their Fever-Tree creations on the picturesque terrace for the perfect Insta moment.

The Perfect Serves menu includes four G&T’s and two spritz’s and showcases Fever-Tree’s range of tonic waters. In honour of The Chelsea Flower Show, Bluebird have created the Chelsea Garden G&T of Martin Millers Gin with elderflower tonic garnished with a strawberry and black pepper. To pay homage to The Fever Tree Championships at Queens Tennis, a special G&T with Sipsmith London Dry Gin with Refreshingly Light Cucumber Tonic finished with cucumber and mint has been created. The menu also features the Classic of London Dry Gin and Indian Tonic garnished with limes; Perfectly Pink G&T with Pink Pepper Gin and Aromatic Tonic garnished with lemon and lavender; Rose Spritz with Belsazar Rosé Vermouth with Indian Tonic garnished with grapefruit and rosemary and Zero-Proof Garden Spritz of Seedlip Garden with Elderflower Tonic finished with rosemary and cucumber.

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