Here’s why you should try a Scandinavian edible adventure for your Christmas party

Including five courses of interactive food

Updated on 02 May 2019 • Written By Eamonn Crowe

Here’s why you should try a Scandinavian edible adventure for your Christmas party

Christmas might seem a long way away, but anyone who works in events knows that it’s never too early to start planning your festive bash. This year, immersive dining experts Flavourology have joined forces with cocktail pros Smith & Sinclair to put on “Snö: A Scandinavian Edible Adventure”. 

Hosted at The Flowerpot in Hoxton, Snö treats guests to a five-course tasting menu which incorporates the senses of sight, sound and smell, and is inspired by Scandinavian folklore and festivities. The space will also match the theme, decked out in Scandi-inspired interiors, as well as featuring an eye-catching balloon and light installation.  

The interactive experience is centred on the themes of forage, cure, chime, feast and smoke, incorporating Flavourology’s Scandinavian-inspired food and these traditions to deliver a festive function that will be talked about in the office for weeks afterwards.

A new addition to the offering this year is the selection of curated cocktails, which have been designed by alcohol and experience innovators Smith & Sinclair. The team will be sprinkling some Scandi magic on to the evening, along with boozy treats of course (an essential part of any Christmas party).

Innovative touches that you can expect to experience include inhalable cocktails, edible candles and deconstructed alcoholic delights from London’s very own Willy Wonka for grown-ups.

Snö will be hosted at The Flowerpot in Hoxton and can accommodate groups of up to 100 people for exclusive hire. The exclusive hire fee of £12,000 includes a three and a half hour lunch or dinner experience, consisting of a welcome drink, a five-course food menu, cocktails and wines matched to the meal. Early bird tickets for 2-15 December are available now for both lunch and dinner, and are expected to sell fast, click HERE to book.

If you’re looking for more Christmas party inspiration, take a look at The Museum of London’s plans to transport guests back in time.