Suntory Whisky Sculpture By The Sea
The Japanese are known for their love of beauty, and Suntory Whisky is no different. It’s about embodying the Art of Japanese Whisky, going so far as to create laser cut ice sculptures for their whisky.
In celebration of art, and the Sculptures by the Sea Exhibition, Suntory Whisky are teaming up with Neighbourhood Bondi to offer art and whisky enthusiasts an opportunity to learn to hand carve their very own whisky ice sphere.
Running on Thursday evenings at 6.30pm and 7.30pm during the exhibition, guests can learn the art of ice carving with Suntory Whisky Ambassadors, before enjoying Suntory Whisky Japanese Harmony over their creation along with canapés and Kakubin Highballs.
For the last time on 5 November, tickets are $25 ticket and include hands-on lesson in ice carving, Japanese Harmony nip, canapés and a Suntory Kakubin Highball.
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