Posts Tagged ‘Great King Street Artists Blend’

BE LIKE A BULGARIAN

Monday, March 5th, 2012

Celebrate International Women’s Day with Compass Box Whisky and LUPEC NYC and LUPEC SF

LUPEC NYC and LUPEC SF, the fine first ladies of liquor, know one thing for sure; whisky cocktails are a great way to celebrate achievements of women around the world. And there’s no better way to honor their accomplished sisters in arms who hit the mark with memorable “firsts” all the time than with whisky cocktails made with a brand new spirit – Compass Box Whisky Co.’s Great King Street – Artist’s Blend, a craft Blended Scotch Whisky that has a signature elegance and approachability for both whisky enthusiasts and novices. (www.compassboxwhisky.com).

This Thursday in NYC and SF women (and men, too) will unite like their counterparts in countries such as Bulgaria, China, Russia, and Vietnam where International Women’s Day is a national holiday. They’ll lift a glass or two for International Women’s Day (IWD), a day to recognize the economic, political and social achievements of women past, present and future.

In NYC Compass Box Whisky Co, innovator and award-winning boutique Scotch whisky maker known for breaking down barriers in a once staid category and the NYC Chapter of Ladies United for the Preservation of Endangered Cocktails (LUPEC), announce their 3rd annual “Whisky & Women Unite” cocktail party to benefit Bottomless Closet NYC (www.bottomlessclosetnyc.org). Bottomless Closet is a non-profit organization that helps disadvantaged NYC women become self-sufficient through comprehensive programming and support.

Don’t miss Thursday evening’s cocktail at industry luminary Julie Reiner’s tropical-influenced craft cocktail lounge in SOHO, Lani Kai (www.lanikainy.com). The evening promises a menu of half price

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KING OF GREAT KING STREET – NYC STYLE

Wednesday, January 11th, 2012

The INSIDE Scoop on a new style of cocktail competition
By Francine Cohen

Overheard at The Rum House (www.edisonrumhouse.com) the other night – the recipes for all the qualified entries into the Great King Street Cocktail competition (www.compassboxwhisky.com).

We also know who the four finalists are.

But we’re not telling. This is INSIDE information.

You’ll have to wait until the final competition on 1/23/12 to discover who is the best Great King Street cocktail creator from each borough. Or wait until the winners and their drinks are written up in Edible Manhattan and Edible Brooklyn (www.ediblecommunities.com)