A six week gin festival has launched at the UK's busiest airport.
Heathrow Gin Festival opened on Sunday (July 1) and features bespoke tastings, masterclasses and samples, with experts on hand to help passengers out with choosing the perfect spirit.
Travellers through the gates will be able to taste home-grown British gins alongside exclusive gins and limited edition cocktails, which should certainly get any passenger prepared for a long journey.
As part of the festival, the airport has also created a line of G&T-bags, which are essentially gin and tonic in a tea bag.
The pyramid-shaped bags are in silk pouches containing spices and botanicals and will be available at the airport.
Chris Annetts, retail and service proposition director at Heathrow, said the festival is all about celebrating the beloved spirit: "Gin is a quintessentially British drink and a really popular choice with our passengers and the Gin Festival is a great way to celebrate this fantastic spirit.
"We hope to bring people closer to some unique and exciting experiences with the unrivalled range of gin brands across our restaurants, bars and in World Duty Free stores."
Heathrow Airport and World Duty Free sell around 250,000 bottles of gin every year, which works out at an astonishing 700 bottles a day.
The tea bags are new to the UK market, with each bag replicating flavours from three of Heathrow's top destinations, USA, India and Sweden, with flavours like red berries, rose petals and cardamom being used.
They will be available as a gift when purchasing a bottle of gin over the price of £29 in participating World Duty Free stores at Heathrow Airport.
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