Don't be deceived by the recent silence on my blog, I am still active as ever on social media, however I'm leaning more towards Instagram these days. So make sure to follow me there for daily pics and updates.
I wish there was at least 2 more days in the week, then maybe I could get EVERYTHING that I want doing and never be behind. A 9 day week sounds like heaven. I haven't been able to put as much time into my blog due to being bogged down with college work and the Christmas build up.
However! I do have a lot of posts that are waiting to be written, Kilner being the first on my current list. Not because it is the post that I should be writing about first but because I had such a great time that I'm more eager to mention it.
The pop up event was hosted in REX Liverpool on Bold street.
Rex is a creative concept store which offers spaces to unique brands to create and collaborate with them.
Learn more about the store here.
The Kilner pop up shop will be there all week with their versatile range of glassware. I have the drink dispenser above on my Christmas list and a little birdy says I've been good enough too!
We were greeted by an array of cocktails, shot samples and even a freak shake workshop. It was so much fun. The pop up shop and workshops are running all week too. So if you can, get there and join in with the workshops! I spent the evening in awe at all of the lovely products and had a fab catch up with some of my favourite local bloggers Allie, Sarah and Steph and met some new bloggers too!
The Chocolate Cellar joined in on the evening providing tasters of their satisfying confectionery. I tried a freshly made chocolate turkish delight and had my name wrote on a plain bar of chocolate too. The chocolate cellar are Wirral based and often frequent local markets too. They would be a fabulous choice for gifts and parties, check them out on Facebook here.
Bakchich who are also located on Bold street in Liverpool, provided deliciously rich Lebanese street food. Which perfectly complimented the Kilner storage jars. We all tucked in and were able to pop our empties in our goodie bags, for home use. I'm a big fan of meal prepping so these have come in handy already. I've been using mine for overnight oats and Greek yogurt variations.
At the end of the evening, after enjoying our refreshments and product viewing, I decided to buy a spiraliser because I love cooking and GADGETS!
The staff member who served me called Natalie had a chat with me and I asked her about the grotto downstairs. To which she offered me the opportunity to have a peek, even though it wasn't open officially yet. I invited the girls down who I was speaking to at the time and we couldn't have been more excited to see it!
The night was a bloggers dream so thank you to Rex, Kilner UK, Bakchich and The Chocolate Cellar for making it amazing :)
& to you the reader..
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