The Goring in London Offers New Molton Brown Bath Menu

The Goring, Molton Brown bath menu

The Goring, Molton Brown bath menuJust as the first of the world’s Olympic athletes arrive in the British capital, The Goring presents its new "London via the World" bathing menu. The luxury hotel teamed up with Molton Brown to “transport The Goring’s guests to exotic destinations around the world (via the bathtub)”—to quote the hotel. Choose one of the fragrances from Molton Brown’s new Global Heroes MMXII collection of body washes, and the Goring Bath Butler will draw you a candlelit bubble bath, and also mix up the perfect cocktail, inspired by the ingredients and destinations of the bath collection. Available July 15 to September 15, 2012, and priced at £20.12.

Here are the bath options: London via China combines Molton Brown’s Yuan Zhi Collection bathing experience with a Lavender and Blueberry Martini. London via Florida uses Molton Brown’s Vitalising Vitamin AB+C Bath & Shower, squeezed from fresh oranges, and comes with The Goring's signature O.R. Champagne cocktail (named after the hotel’s founder, Otto Richard Goring). London via Australia pairs Molton Brown’s Warming Eucalyptus Bath & Shower Therapy with The Goring’s Sour Apple Martini. London via The Gulf of Guinea features Molton Brown’s Paradisiac Pink Pepperpod bathing experience and a signature Cosmopolitan cocktail. London via Madagascar pairs Molton Brown’s Re-charge Black Pepper Bodywash with a Manhattan.

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