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Enjoy Floral Cocktails at Bank & Bourbon in celebration of the PHS Flower Show

Can you believe it? The PHS Flower Show will be returning once again and it’s the first year indoors since the pandemic. As if that is reason enough to celebrate, nearby restaurant Bank & Bourbon inside of the Loews Philadelphia Hotel is offering special floral cocktails to welcome Spring!

Beginning March 4, Bank & Bourbon will be commemorating the iconic PHS Flower Show with two themed specialty cocktails to celebrate the nearing spring season.

L: The Carnation, R: The Daisy – Photo: Bank & Bourbon

Guests can sip on The Daisy, made with Rusted Revolver gin, lemon and simple syrup topped with a splash of Luxardo maraschino liqueur, club soda and a fresh mint leaf. Cocktail enthusiasts will appreciate the earthy botanicals from the gin, paired with notes of lavender and bright sweetness from the Luxardo. Spring never tasted so good!  

Or, opt for The Carnation, made with Blanco Tequila, St-Germain Elderflower liqueur, and a watermelon puree of fresh watermelon, lemon and simple syrup. The Carnation is topped with Rose Prosecco and garnished with a brandied cherry. Guests will appreciate the initial first sips filled with light and floral flavors, while the effervescence of the Rose prosecco brings the remaining flavor profiles to the forefront.

Beyond the cocktails, guests can take advantage of the other themed amenities available at Loews Philadelphia Hotel, including an Instagram worthy floral installation in the lobby, festive treatments at Joseph Anthony Spa & Salon, located on the 5th floor, or can book the Flower Show Package which includes all these themed elements. No matter how you celebrate, you’ll be sure to feel the excitement of this year’s Garden Electric theme.

Are you excited about the PHS Flower Show? Who’s simply ready for Spring!?

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