Sunday, 17 November 2013

Grey Goose's 3 Day Pop-up Boulangerie François in Shaftesbury Avenue

Grey Goose is demonstrating its Frenchness by opening an French Bakery in Shaftesbury Avenue - near to Cambridge Circus - for three days at the end of November.  All breads will be baked with the same wheat used to make the vodka.

"Grey Goose are opening a pop up artisanal bakery called Boulangerie François, from 9am-6pm, 28-30 November at 136 Shaftesbury Avenue..
Boulangerie Francois will serve bread made from the same soft winter wheat from Picardie used to create Grey Goose vodka.
This unique 'Grey Goose Pain' will be accompanied by 'Grey Goose Confiture', specially made jams created using the flavoured Grey Goose vodkas: L'Orange, Le Citron & La Poire. Using only the finest French ingredients, Boulangerie Francois aims to deliver the ultimate taste experience straight from heart of Cognac. 
Grey Goose Creator, François Thibault, flew beyond the norm and defied expectations when he set out to create a luxury vodka with taste in the Cognac region. With this same FLY BEYOND spirit, Grey Goose invites visitors to experience Boulangerie François."

When - Thurs 28th - Sat 30th November, 9am - 6pm

Where - 136 Shaftesbury Avenue W1D 5EZ


Link - Grey Goose

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