Wednesday 30 October 2013

Reyka Vodka's Two Night Icelandic Cocktail Party in Hoxton

The makers of Reyka Vodka, brewed in Iceland's only geo-thermal distillery, are holding a two-night party in Hoxton in early November to celebrate it's arrival in the UK.  Expect lots of things pertaining to Reykjavik, including Icelandic music (it's not all Bjork, Bjork, Bjork) and lots of cocktails.  Tickets only - see below for details.

"For two days this Winter, on the 7th and 8th of November (6.30 to 10.00pm), at Hoxton Arch 402, William Grant will be holding the very first UK event celebrating it’s unique Icelandic vodka – Reyka. I hope that you will be able to join us!
Reyka is a unique handcrafted vodka, which is filtered through lava rock and distilled in Iceland’s only geo-thermal distillery. It’s very own Icelandic party, Reyka Remix, will be celebrating its namesake through an experience indulging all the senses and inspired by its capital city of Reykjavik. The event is set to be an ethereal experience and recreation of everything great in Iceland: think Northern Lights, misty air, colourful roofs, Icelandic music and the tantalizing taste of Reyka Cocktails. Be sure to save the date.
Reyka’s individuality does not stop there - it is the only vodka to come from a Carter Head still and uses in its production geo-thermal energy, from nearby hot springs and the purest water known to man. There will be many opportunities to taste it straight up, but if that’s not enough - with London’s top bartenders at your disposal and three Reyka cocktails waiting and ready to be enjoyed, there really are no excuses for what is set to be the greatest Icelandic party this side of the continent."

When - Thursday 7th & Friday 8th November, 6.30 to 10.00pm

Where - Arch 402, Cremer Street, London, E2 8HD

Tickets - From £5 from Eventbrite here

Link - Booking page

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