What’s on this weekend

Shoryu Ramen Cocktails at Home London’s Shoryu Ramen has created a menu of ready-made cocktails, which can be delivered alongside its DIY ramen kits. Cocktails on offer included the Cedroni, a Japanese twist on the classic Negroni; the Tiki Passion, a tropical cocktail with a kick of Japanese rum; and the Yuzu Jasmine Tea, a bright, non-alcoholic iced tea bursting with citrus flavours. The cocktails are priced from £10 (US$13) for two servings and can…

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What’s on this weekend

From quizzes to cocktail masterclasses, the drinks industry isn’t letting self-isolation stand in the way of its ability to have a good time. Here, we round up this weekend’s online events that are not to be missed. As bartenders and patrons are forced indoors as a result of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, socialising has moved online. But, for those tired of video calls the drinks industry is here to brighten your week. From virtual whisky…

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Tomatin plans virtual whisky festival

Highland distillery Tomatin will host a virtual whisky festival this week after events around the world were forced to cancel due to the spread of covid-19. The first Lockdown Whisky Festival will take place on Saturday 4 April and will be hosted by whisky influencer Aqvavitae. As part of the event, brand ambassadors from across the sector will showcase a range of whiskies. Brands set to appear in the live-streamed festival include Adelphi, Arran, BenRiach,…

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Australia to hold its ‘first’ virtual whisky festival

Melbourne-based Whiskey! The Show will host Australia’s “first” virtual whisky festival next month by posting samples to ticket holders to taste in their homes. Following the cancellation of whisky festivals around the world due to the spread of coronavirus, the organisers of Melbourne-based Whiskey! The Show have created a virtual tasting, which will allow whisky fans to sample whiskies from the their own home. Following the cancellation of the Melbourne festival, which was set to…

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