Flower Shop and Champagne Bar Pop Up at the Langham London

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Flower Shop at Langham LondonThe Langham London has seen its fair share of creative pop-ups. Last year’s Sipsmith Gin Palace, for example, drew the city’s style-setters to the Palm Court, where the hotel had recreated a glamorous Gin Palace from yesteryear. The latest to arrive at the Grande Dame of Regent Street is Fleurs de Ruinart, a flower shop celebrating the Ruinart’s Champagne label.

Set up outside Palm Court until June 21, Fleurs de Ruinart offers floral bouquets inspired by Blanc de Blancs, the signature cuvée of Ruinart, the oldest Champagne house. Think white roses, white bouvardia, and green trachelium (said to reflect the cardamom found in the wine). Along with the bouquet, you can pick up a bottle of Ruinart Blanc de Blancs- sold together for £100.

In addition, The Langham is playing host to the Fleurs de Ruinart Champagne Bar each evening in the Palm Court, where an exclusive menu pairs dishes with Ruinart Champagnes (like Pan roasted turbot with pink peppercorns, asparagus and sauce sétoise and Cardamom; and maple roasted quail with apricots and fine beans). For more information, visit www.london.langhamhotels.co.uk

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