Enjoy the Best Spirits and Cocktails in Copenhagen

The shaker is filled to the brim when Copenhagen Spirits and Cocktails invite you to enjoy new taste sensations from top spirit brands and learn the secrets of the world’s best mixologists Friday 25 to Sunday 27 February, 2011.

The shaker is filled to the brim when Copenhagen Spirits and Cocktails invite you to enjoy new taste sensations from top spirit brands and learn the secrets of the world’s best mixologists Friday 25 to Sunday 27 February, 2011.

Copenhagen Spirit and Cocktails invite professionals and novices alike to enjoy new taste sensations and learn from the best mixologists in the world at Moltkes Palæ Friday 25 to Sunday 27 February, 2011.

The Danish Championship for Bartenders
The two day spirit and cocktail festival will feature The Danish Championship in Classical Cocktails and Flaring 2011. Two of our best bartenders, Kaspar and Morten, will participate. We keep our fingers crossed for them and will of course keep you posted as to how they fare.

Event: Copenhagen Spirits and Cocktails – A weekend filled with tastings, seminars and master classes for cocktail enthusiasts
When: Friday 25 February 11am-4 pm, Saturday 26 February 10 am-5 pm and Sunday 27 February 10 am-7 pm
Where: Moltkes Palæ, Dronningens Tværgade 2, Copenhagen K
Price: DKK 145 + a booking fee will get you a two day ‘festival ticket’.
Booking: Buy your ticket at Billetlugen.dk.

More about Copenhagen Spirits and Cocktails
Find more information about Copenhagen Spirits and Cocktails. Remember to check out the seminars and master classes. Please note that most of the seminars and master classes will be in English.
Copenhagen Spirits and Cocktails is part of WonderCOOL.

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One Response to “Enjoy the Best Spirits and Cocktails in Copenhagen”

  1. Jesper Bundgaard says:

    En lille reportage fra det fremragende arrangement

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-g9ulsXOysc

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