Last chance to catch the Pink Gin High Tea
Savoury bites and sweet delights in a springtime wonderland!
There is just one more week to enjoy the Crown Courtyard in all its whimsical glory, with the spring-inspired pop-up serving Perth’s pinkest high tea in support of Breast Cancer Care WA.
$11 from each Gordon’s Pink Gin High Tea purchased will be donated by Crown Perth to Breast Cancer Care WA, in commemoration Crown Perth’s long term support for the organisation, which this year celebrated an 11-year milestone.
Crown Perth Chief Operating Officer, Lonnie Bossi said the initiative provides guests with an opportunity to experience the best of spring, while giving back to those that need it most in our local community.
“We are extremely proud to show our support for a local organisation that is helping assist people going through a difficult time,” she said.
“With this initiative, we provide our guests with the opportunity to give back and care for our community, while experiencing an exciting new offer that is our Crown Courtyard.”
The Pink High Tea will be filled with savoury bites and sweet delights, making for the perfect backdrop for spring catch-ups and celebrations.
Lobby Lounge and Crown Courtyard will also be serving a Spring Fling Gordon’s Pink Gin cocktail that can be purchased as part of the Pink High Tea Set.
Across the complex, Crown Perth will be bringing to life the colours of spring across the Complex with a new a TWR Ketel One Botanical cocktail menu, La Vie Moet Petit Dessert Box and the Epicurean Veuve Clicquot takeover – which features a special Sunday high tea on selected dates.
Gordon’s Pink Gin High Tea
Where: Crown Co
urtyard and Lobby Lounge in Crown Perth Metropol Lobby
When: Available daily until 10 November
Cost: $49.00 per person with a Spring Fling Gordon’s Pink Gin cocktail; $45.00 per person with a glass of Chandon Brut NV; or $40.00 per person with a cup of tea or coffee
TWR Ketel One Botanical Spring Cocktails
What: A new cocktail menu inspired by Ketel One’s new Botanical range
When: Available daily from 4 October
Cost: $20.00 each