To say that I am a Starbucks fan, well would be a huge understatement.
As soon as I hit double digits, I instantly loved coffee and Starbucks has always been there for my go to caffeine fix.
As this years sponsor of the Natural History Museum Ice Rink, Starbucks launched a competition on twitter to win tickets to the event.
Unsure whether it was the fact that I answered the question correctly, luck or just a way for Starbucks to show their appreciation to one of their most loyal customers, but low behold I won!
4 tickets, thank you very much.
We headed off to South Kensington for a festive caffeine fix and a skate under the florescent glow of the twinkling Christmas lights.
I want to start but singing the praises of this little cup of joy. Being the foodie that I am and an absolute Christmas lover, I have never ever tried eggnog. Yes, I know... madness. So I decided to venture out from my normal Starbucks order and try the 'Eggnog Lattee'. It sure was an absolute winner. Deliciously sweet with the bitterness of the coffee coming through. A perfect winter warmer and just the thing to warm me up before stepping out into the freezing rink.
Who can resist a photobooth?
A little shaky at first, but all in the name of fun.
Just completed many pirouettes in a row without falling. Mad skills.
Skating on the festive ice rink under the icon setting of the Natural History Museum, made a wonderful evening for my sisters and I. Thank you to Starbucks for such a wonderful evening.
If you too want to go ice skating under this beautiful setting then the magical rink is open till the 6th of January (click here to book).
Check out twitter for updates and specal events at the rink this festive season, @NHMskating , @StarbucksUK and while youre at it @georgiabenjamin.