And they’ll be serving Boobtinis!
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and Slug & Lettuce has partnered up with the breast cancer charity, Coppafeel! which is on a mission to encourage and empower young people to check their boobs and pecs.
For a limited time only, the one-of-a-kind Berry Boobtini mocktail will be making its way to bars up and down the country. From just £4.95, guests will be able to enjoy a mix of strawberry purée shaken with coconut syrup, cranberry juice, lime and apple juice topped with a dollop of cream and a raspberry. What’s more, when you buy this drink, Slug & Lettuce will donate 25p to CoppaFeel! on your behalf.
And the fun doesn’t stop there…a festive edition of the drink will be making its way to Christmas menus from November 11 with the Espresso Boobtini, a mix of coffee and cinnamon topped with cream.
All Slug & Lettuce sites across the country will be working with CoppaFeel! University Boob Teams to host events and raise funds for the charity.
The Slug & Lettuce in Manchester’s Spinningfields will also host its very own ‘Boob Brunch’ on October 5 where, for just £6.00 (£2.50 donation to CoppaFeel!), guests will be able to enjoy a brunch dish, a Boobtini, hot drinks, a Boobette talk and a craft activity.
For more information and to purchase tickets click here.
Ellie Baldwin, at CoppaFeel! said:
“We are delighted to announce our partnership with Slug & Lettuce. At CoppaFeel! we have made it our mission to get our message out there to the masses and what better way than through over 80 popular bars throughout the UK. Not only is the Berry Boobtini delicious but the 25p donation makes it even sweeter!”
Sarah Berry, Senior Brand Manager at Slug & Lettuce said:
“Our partnership with CoppaFeel! is such an exciting time for us. Not only is it an incredibly worthy cause but the work they do throughout the UK is exceptional. We are excited to bring the Boobettes into bars up and down the country to spread the message even further.”
CoppaFeel! is on a mission to educate the masses on boob and pec checking by educating on the signs and symptoms of breast cancer, encouraging regular self-checking and empowering young people to see their GP if anything changes. The charity looks forward to spreading more awareness with Slug & Lettuce’s support – as it’s proven that early detection of breast cancer saves lives.
Also published on Medium.