The brand has selected its ambassador, Renaud de Bosredon to deliver five one-hour workshops at the space, which houses a range of live botanicals.
The event series, named the Botanical Beauty Series with Wardian London, sees 10 individuals per session learn about the 10 botanicals used to produce the spirit.
Each individual is being invited to select from the botanicals situated within the case, which Bosredon uses to create a bespoke cocktail creation.
Those not taking part in a masterclass can head to the botanical themed Design Cube. Situated directly adjacent to the Wardian case, the venue is currently serving a range of Bombay Sapphire cocktails.
The creations take their inspiration from the tea trade of the 1880s, the period that the Wardian case was devised.
Using some of the botanicals currently stored within the life-sized replica of the case, bartenders will whip up an Earl Grey gin and tonic cocktail concoction as well as The Botanical Beauty, which includes a rosemary and apple twist.
Property developer EcoWorld Ballymore has opted to create the Wardian case to celebrate the launch of its Wardian London development.