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Agatha Christie

Agatha Christie, the famous novelist and creator of the popular sleuths Hercule Poirot and Miss Marple started out as an unsuccessful writer working in a hospital tending to the troops returning from the trenches, during the First World War. 

In 1926, Agatha Christie caused a public outcry by disappearing for 10 days. This was caused by her husband requesting a divorce and leaving to spend the night with his mistress. 

Agatha was found in a hotel under the surname of her husband’s lover, Ms Neele, suffering from amnesia. She had no idea how she got there or what had happened to her in those 10 days.

She became so successful that now we can even fill our glasses with a  fruity cocktail that bears her name. We cannot guarantee the effect of the alcohol will not leave you feeling lost for 10 days, maybe it will leave you feeling like an aristocrat, relaxed in a setting that could be straight out of one of Agatha Christie`s novels?

Why not try one on your next visit?

As Agatha Christie would say “But surely for everything you love you have to pay some price.” 

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