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London Urban Adventures London
... small desserts and good tea - Got a great overview about the culture and the city - Amusing and witty tour guide - we went to some real gems of shops that I will visit again and try there some additional food
Learnt alot in a fun and carefree way whilst seeing some great areas we probably wouldnt have found ourselves with the added bonus of enjoying a drink (our choice) in a couple of quaint pubs with some very interes...
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Bread Angels London
Absolutely lovely day, Liz was informative and friendly, adapting the course to vegans happily and the food was AMAZING.
Liz is a very patient teacher and took us through all the steps and made sure we had a good understanding as well as providing us with suitable refreshment and food breaks, she also answered all our questions and...
Little Fish Free Tour Edinburgh
I highly recommend taking this tour if you’re looking to learn some background info on Scotland and get some insider recommendations on where to eat, drink and visit here.
He's a great tour guide and an even greater storyteller who loves the city( even with the food and coffee recommendations he has got really good advises) .
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Spirit of Harrogate Ltd Harrogate
The food and drink were fabulous, the gin was plentiful and the staff were knowledgeable, approachable, helpful and fun.
Can honestly say I loved it the staff where lovely and Alex was so informative the unlimited gin and food were great truly worth the money fab fab fab thanks all
Manchester Three Rivers Gin Experience Manchester
Lots of gin and tonics plus cocktails, so make sure you line your stomach with food before you go! Excellent value for money, great staff, very friendly and knowledgeable.
... straight into a history of the three rivers of Manchester we each had our own i pad to follow the talk and history of gin in the U.K. ON TO SEE "angel" the still and the alchemy that makes a fantastic drink.more
Hook Norton Brewery Hook Norton
Good range of food and drink in the Malthouse Kitchen - I can highly recommend the breakfast- and a well-stocked shop.
There is a lovely café and gift shop as well, selling lots of food ,drink and souvenirs at very good prices, a lovely place in the wonderful Cotswolds well worth a visit, you will be sure to get hooked on hooky.
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Pickering's Gin Distillery Edinburgh
My hubby who doesn’t drink gin also found the tour really enjoyable, plus a free g&t and some tasters - you cant go wrong!! Highly reccomend and would definitely return if I ever go back to Edinburgh!
We ate after the tour and the food was plentiful and very tasty (we needed it after the gin tasting!!) Would thoroughly recommend this tour.
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Free Tours by Foot London
As first-time London visitors, the tour is a nice mix of traditional UK food (savory pies, fish and chips), some international gems like Indian and Jewish eats, and some sweets (chocolate and donuts).
We took the Soho food tour and Greenwich tour, both of which were run by excellent guides and had interesting, fun and informative stops.
Hayman's Distillery London
Took my husband for his birthday and wow what a fantastic afternoon we had From the welcome drink to the gin samples everything was incredible and so tastefully done Debbie and Daryl were great and a huge thank yo...
The tour starts with a relaxed drink at the mezzanine bar with the Hayman's branded lemon - a really cool touch!
Liquid History Tours London
All in all we probably walked a couple of miles but with frequent stops, things to look at and food and drink the morning passed very quickly.
We learnt a great deal about Brixton's changing social history, we enjoyed looking at some of the historic architecture but above all we were able to feast on a wonderful range of food, some while on foot, some wh...
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WOW Scotland Tours Inverness
We stopped at Cawdor castle for lunch at Paul's suggestion and the food was good and reasonably priced. in the highlands the highlights were the stunning countryside, interesting monuments (burial mounds), bridges...
Then we visited beautiful Loch Ness and had a refreshing drink at a pub before heading back to the port.
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Alternative London London
Would fully recommend the Alternative London food and drink tour.
I would highly recommend this tour for anyone who likes a little bit of history, some delicious food and an interesting, informative and fun lunchtime.
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Edinburgh Gin Distillery Edinburgh
For someone new to Gin was a fab morning learning the history about the botanicals involved and learning about gin and how to drink it Absolutely loved it thank you wee Jamie
It included 2 different gin and sodas, a delicious gin liqueur and 6 lovely small food tasters.
Brewtown Tours York
I would recommend this to anyone who loves food and drink and would like to know more about brewing!
Mark is a superb host, and the breweries we get to visit always have incredible beers (and even the odd food pairing) for us to enjoy.
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Eating London Food Tours by Eating Europe London
We loved the food and drink stops (my favourite being the bread and butter pudding!) and Emilys great knowledge of the area and the history Of the place.
Nicole and Maddy were great tour guides; both very knowledgeable and passionate about the food, the history and culture of London's east end.
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Tally Ho! Experiences London
The bike on small streets, the wonderful food in the market, and crowds of the South Bank are something I will always remember.
My boyfriend and I found the link for Tally Ho! Cycle Tours via a London Hotel website and liked the sound of the Gin & Food Tour.
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Speyside Tours Dufftown
We took the Whisky and Chocolate tour, and got more than our money's worth in just the food and drink we consumed, let alone the tour.
Michelle's insightful commentary was both educational and entertaining, her Scotch and food pairings were delicious, and the scenic hike was energizing.
Rye Waterworks MIcropub Rye
(There are also local ciders on sale, as well as a small collection of wines and spirits, but it is a beer-drinking pub) There’s a small bbq on the outside sometimes which serves some delicious food.
The building itself has a great history from a waterworks to a soup kitchen to a public toilet and is also an antiques shop, so you can have a drink and browse at the same time.
Secret Food Tours London London
Eddie the tour guide was very knowledgeable about the area and the food and drink that was included and he introduced us to was fantastic and just the right amount.
Met our host Ray who welcomed us warmly and hosted a great walking tour with amazing food and insightful commentary.
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Woodchester Valley Vineyard Woodchester
A wonderful English vinyard at Woodchester in Gloucestershire where we had a welcome drink, a tour around the vineyard and wine making facility followed by wine tasting!
From the welcome drink to the tour to the tasting I cannot fault the hospitality, the professionalism or the friendliness of the owner and the staff.
Windsor & Eton Brewery Windsor
With so many amazing drinks to sample the real challenge was which ones did we buy to take home, I would really recommend the tour to anyone and make sure you try the Christmas drink Scumbag Maggot
We then walked across the river to The George Inn in Eton (owned by the brewery) for some good gastro type pub food.
Salcombe Distilling Company Salcombe
art gallery ground floor of the gin school, with art around the bar also, plenty of yummy food establishments all around the area and lovely shops.
Staff on arrival are so welcoming, with a complimentary drink in our hand we headed in for the initial talk, which was interesting and very informative about the whole distilling process.
Happy Tours Inverness
... was great and he made it so interesting with a touch of humour.Our stops were well spaced and the food most enjoyable.I thoroughly recommend Happy Tours.There were six of us and the people carrier was very com...
We are also happy because we could exchange experiences giving him a "mate" (a typical Argentinian drink).
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Artisan Bread Making New Forest Lymington
Carol & Alan are great hosts with a passion for bread making, food & local produce.
Seriously though - have a go it could change your life, well food wise any way.
ScotBeer Tours Edinburgh
Had a really informative tour with lots of historic revelations and great beers to drink all around.
Even though we live in Edinburgh, it's always good to have expertise thrown our way of where is good to go and what is good to drink since nowadays the craft beer industry is so huge.
Cairn O'Mohr Fruit Wines Errol
Real Proof that Perth is the Place for Food and Drink
Ali Bobs Cafe is great for everyone and they cater really well for food allergies and intolerances (heard great things on Scottish Coeliacs via Facebook); sandwiches, wraps, soups, cakes etc etc. Would definitely...
The Hebridean Explorer Inverness
John also gave us great recommendations for food and drink back in Inverness.
... immaculate car, get personalized, engaging, and wide ranging commentary on history, geography, food, people, any topic you want, all while seeing what YOU want to see, taking your time, and stopping at incredi...
45 Gin School Leicester
... making facility.After that you choose your own botabicals and distil your own bespoke bottle,during which you are offered two of their lovely gins to drink.Staff very friendly and a good small group experience.
Great fun, really informative and you get to drink the Gin!
London Tailored Tours London
As well as getting to sample a selection of the best food and drink I’ve had in London, it was a joy to meet some of the characters that make this market so unique.
Charley and Beatrice were excellent guides, personalizing our Borough Market Food Tour to everyone's dietary needs, providing in-depth information on the history of the area, and answering literally every question...
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Cambridgeshire Wine School Cambridge
Cambridgeshire Wine School evenings are definitely recommended if you want to know more about wine-food pairings and wine culture in general, while tasting some great wines.
Good food, a beautiful venue, and an interesting range of wines were the perfect ingredients for the "chef" Mark Anstead to deliver a winning recipe.
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