Anyone who is a fan of Netflix's gorgeously sumptuous period drama Bridgerton will know that it is set in what seems to be an eternal springtime.
What better way to celebrate its ostentatiousness than with a elegantly created afternoon tea at one of London's top hotels - The Lanesborough. And what's more, along with an eye-watering array of stunning patisseries, is a delicious cocktail - The Queen Charlotte - made with Noughty Sparkling Rosé.
The Lanesborough says, "inspired by the original Regency Gin Punch, the essential cocktail that formed part of quotidian social life during the Regency period, The Lanesborough’s Head of Bars, Mickael Perron has created The Queen Charlotte cocktail; a refreshing tipple combining Fords Gin, Chambord Black Raspberry Liqueur, cranberry, exotic lychee, vanilla and lime, topped with Champagne for the royal seal of approval. A non-alcoholic cocktail featuring Noughty Sparkling Rosé is also offered."