The innocent Coconut Watering Hole

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  • Where: BOXPARK, Shoreditch High Street E1 6GY
  • Date/time: 11 August 2015
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To celebrate the launch of their brand-new, deliciously fresh tasting 100% Coconut Water, innocent drinks is thrilled to announce the arrival of the innocent Coconut Watering Hole, landing at London’s BOXPARK for one day only on August 11th.

Bringing a touch of island life to the capital, innocent’s tiki themed pop-up will be giving out an irresistible selection of specially crafted coconut water mocktails. And as the UK continues to go mad for Emoji, drinkers will be using their phones to order their coconut concoction of choice by sharing a picture of the watering hole, tagged with the drinks unique Emoji hashtag.

The mocktail menu of deliciously refreshing and naturally healthy options was devised by bestselling chef Anna Jones, previously of Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen. Each recipe is crammed with different fruits, nourishing ingredients and lots of innocent coconut water, ensuring there’s something for everyone looking for a tasty, thirst-quenching option throughout the day.

Come and have a go at the innocent coconut shy, pamper yourself with a coconut themed beauty treatment, or just sit back on a deckchair - coconut mocktail in hand - and listen to the Caribbean sounds from our steel band.

So dust off your sunglasses, slip on your flip flops, head over to BOXPARK and give it a go-conut.

Date: 11 August 2015 (8am-7.30pm)
FREE
Venue:
BOXPARK, Shoreditch High Street E1 6GY

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