Head down to the Hoxton Basement this month to experience art through all of your senses at the world’s first Flavour Gallery.

Lanique, the exclusive pink drink enjoyed by the last century elite, has partnered up with Smith & Sinclair to bring something different in town for cocktails and art lovers.

Artists such as Terry Pastor, London Loom, and Anja Predojevic,  have been commissioned to create interactive multisensory work specifically for the event.

Expect a thermal reaction wall, neon art from God’s Own Junkyard, and pieces that you can touch and smell. Art will find its way through your hands, nose, and mouth more than your eyes. And this is especially true when you enter the immersive space within the gallery… blindfolded.

As you experience art in this unusual way, Lanique cocktail’s menu plays its counterpart, with a selection of dip dabs, inhalable cocktails, and edible bubbles.

As Emma Sprackling, Lanique Brand Manager, commented: “Lanique has always stood out from the crowd, since being the drink of choice of the elite of European Kingdoms and Empires back in the19th century.

“When we relaunched it, a few years ago, we intended to maintain its special character as the drink for parties and exclusive occasions.

“Partnering with Smith & Sinclair for the launch of The Flavour Gallery is an incredible opportunity and we’re excited to bring art and Lanique to the public in a first of its kind, engaging way.

“We can’t wait to see visitors discover and play with the amazing installations and cocktails.”

The ticket price includes an edible cocktail from Smith & Sinclair.