Following the UK release of Baileys Almande - a vegan version of the popular Irish cream liqueur - the company will host a fully vegan pop up in London this week.
The pop up will feature desserts and other sweets - and give customers a chance to sample the nut-based liqueur.
Entry will be free, and the event will run from noon until 8pm, on March 22 and 23 at 13 Soho Square in London.
Baileys Almande hit shelves in the UK earlier this year, and is also available in the US and Canada.
The original liqueur included dairy, beeswax and honey, but the company found a way to replicate the ingredients using plants - which made the product vegan.
Baileys describes Almande as 'dairy-free and vegan-friendly, but very much not free from naughty, delicious indulgence'.
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