Thursday, 25 November 2010

69 Colebrooke Row at Whisky Picnic 2010

In honour of the event and its promotion of whisky, and for the very important charitable efforts of Movember, Ryan and Stu travelled to Edinburgh with the KitchenAid and a crate of separated Talisker (split using the rotovap into a heavy wooded end, and the lighter, alcoholic distillate) for this year's Whisky Picnic to create an experience only the bar with no name can offer!

The KitchenAid battled with the masses throughout the evening making dry ice ice cream using the peated, wooded distillate which was coupled with a peated raspberry sauce. Needless to say, it was a popular offering. Meanwhile, the white dog was mixed into a 'turbo oldfashioned whisky n coke' with hard boiled candies. The Colebrooke experience went down a storm- notably finding a fan in Charlie Boorman. A hugely enjoyable evening with much promotion of the joys of whisky and also the awareness of men's health issues. More photos to follow!

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