Posted on 29th May 2015

Chapters From Bourne And Hollingsworth

Chapters From Bourne And Hollingsworth

We do love a good glass of Champagne on a night out. But copious amounts of alcohol doesn’t come without its problems – excessive calorie intake and memory loss to name a few. We do realise we’re not getting any younger and we like to keep all the knowledge we have curtailed over the years.

 Bourne and Hollingsworth have come up with the perfect solution for this as they are introducing a series of new summer events labelled the B&H Handbook. 

 Fear not folks, this is not an actual book but it is a series informal and interactive sessions which involve a spirit, drink or theme each time. Bourne and Hollingsworth aim to fill a chapter in the social drinkers’  handbook which will be sure to impress your comrades on a night out. So whenever someone asks, ‘Who knows what the best Champagne in London town may be?’  you can impress potential mates/friends with – ‘Well I do darling, look no further.’ And then shower them in all the information you may have on the subject.

 Each chapter loosely ties in with worldwide events so you can be the beacon of knowledge that your friends all look too for important life guidance.

 The first chapter covered Champagne and Sparkling Wines, was on Tuesday 26th of May and was a tribute to the Cannes Film Festival.  This is modern ‘reading’ at it’s best. After all when your friends asked you what you done last night you can say you ‘covered’ the next chapter in your new book. No need to disclose any more information.

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