A Storm In A Teacup

Above is me at Missoula York, I feel the M looming behind me gives that away to a certain extent. Or perhaps the M is there to signify my being the Head of MI5. Well, in James Bond they’re called M, I haven’t got a clue what they’re called in real life. I prefer living in a fictional world, anyway. I can in fact reveal to you all – this is breaking news – that I am not M. But, on the off chance that I was M and told you, I’d have to kill you, so I guess you’ll never know…

Seeing as the cheap James Bond clichés have begun, I may as well continue. You can call me Flower, Jack Flower. I won’t be having a Martini, but I will be having Gin, and the Gin will be shaken, not stirred, but not quite in the way you’d imagine. Missoula kindly let me try out their new Gin Experience yesterday, where they have totally shaken up the afternoon Gin and Tonic experience. I will be revealing more details about this experience next Thursday, in partnership with a video Missoula are currently in the process of making.

Keep an eye out for an in-depth review next Thursday. A recent reader of my article on Sutlers described me and my work as a ‘storm in a teacup.’ Now whether or not that was a compliment I will never know, but what I do know is that this reader provided a perfect way to describe Missoula’s neoteric gin experience. A storm in a teacup it is. To say anything more would be sinful. You do the spy-work and work out what is meant by that, this whole article has been spy-themed, after all.

Remember, be ready to visit Missoula York’s Facebook next Thursday, on the 11th May, and Nothing of Interest’s too. Exciting times ahead!

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Writing about the storm in a teacup. Don’t forget to check out our website on the 11th May!

 

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