Monday 11 May 2015

PR #25: A world of whiskies for World Whisky Day at Tokyo Bird

Tokyo Bird, who opened in Sydney's Surry Hills earlier this year, quickly established themselves as the place to drink Japanese whisky in Sydney. Owners Tina and Jason (close friends of this blog) have done a great job and, with a huge amount of hard work, built a great little neighbourhood bar.

Now to emphasise their passion for whisky, and celebrate World Whisky Day, they're inviting whisky fans and those new to whisky to try one of two tasting flights, taking into account Japan, Australia, Ireland, USA and (of course) Scotland.

"A world of whiskies for World Whisky Day at Tokyo Bird
Saturday, 16 May 2015 is the official World Whisky Day around the world – a global day of celebration for whisky, whiskey and all their deliciously drinkable cousins.
World Whisky Day invites whisky fans and those who have never tried whisky to try a dram and celebrate the water of life. It's about making whisky fun and enjoyable, celebrating all types of whisky/whiskey from anywhere in the world and encouraging everyone to enjoy whisky responsibly.
Surry Hills small bar Tokyo Bird is taking World Whisky Day literally with tasting flights traversing the world of whiskies: from Japanese whisky (of course!) to Irish whiskey and Scotch whisky, and even American bourbons.
A three- or five-taste whisky flight will be available from the official World Whisky Day –Saturday, 16 May – through to Wednesday, 20 May.
  • The Singles Tour, $30: Tastings (15ml) of 3 single malts – from Japan, Australia and Scotland (with bar snacks)
  • The World Tour, $45: Tastings (15ml) of 5 whiskies/bourbons – from Japan, USA, Ireland, Australia and Scotland (with bar snacks)
Whisky nerds and newbies alike will receive background and tasting notes, and drinking and food recommendations as they tour a world of whiskies.
Bookings for World Whisky Day tasting flights from Saturday, 16 May to Wednesday, 20 May are available via"

Even if you can't make it for the World Whisky Day celebrations, we highly recommend dropping by Tokyo Bird in Belmore Lane for a dram or two (and maybe some yakitori skewers) at some point. 


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