Saturday, May 18, 2024

New Orleans’ Tales of the Cocktail to Highlight Singapore Bartenders + Drink Scene

Tales of the Cocktail Foundation are teaming up with Singapore’s Tourism Board (STB) to showcase bartending talent and innovative drink culture.

“A spirit of innovation, community and a collective drive for excellence are the driving forces behind Singapore’s growing cocktail scene,” said Serene Tan, Director of Retail and Dining, at STB in a press release. “Through our partnership with TOTCF, we hope to raise awareness of the breadth and depth of our drinks culture.

The mission is to support and advance the global drinks industry. The partnership is meant to provide a platform for the dynamic bars and talents in Singapore for the global drinks industry and consumers. 

The Singapore drink and bar scene will indeed be a big part of Tales of the Cocktail next year. Singapore bartending talents, pop-ups in New York City and Singapore, along with a multi-day residency at Tales of the Cocktail 2023 that will include and highlight the Singapore bar community.

“When the opportunity came up, we jumped at the chance to collaborate on programming that would celebrate and showcase the excellence of the Singapore bar community,” said Eileen Wayner, CEO at TOTCF in a press release. “We have much to learn from Singapore’s acclaimed bars and creative bartenders.”

Earlier this year Tales of the Cocktail celebrated 20 years and it seems that 2023 is already shaping up to be a forthcoming memorable experience!

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