The Taylor Swift craze is well and truly abuzz in Melbourne, echoing through the laneways and spilling into the bars.
Melbourne prepares to welcome the pop sensation this February with a Taylor Swift Cocktail. Local hotspots Yakimono and Chin Chin are stirring up the scene. Remixing a cocktail fit for Swift herself, The French Blonde, reportedly a favourite of the singer, is being reimagined. This Swift-inspired mixology movement is more than just a nod to the singer’s famed taste; it’s a celebration of her influence, turning Melbourne into a playground for Swifties and cocktail aficionados alike.
Shake It Off with a Swift-Inspired Mix
Yakimono and Chin Chin, two of Melbourne’s trendsetting bars, are leading the pack, remixing the French Blonde, a cocktail reportedly favoured by Swift herself. For a short and sweet period from February 15th to 18th, fans can channel their inner Taylor for $24.50. Imagine sipping on a concoction of 30ml Tanqueray Gin, 30ml Lillet Blanc, 30ml St Germain, and 60ml Grapefruit juice, all while shaking off your troubles with a dash of lemon bitters and a stylish grapefruit twist.
Bad Blood No More: Uniting Swifties and Mixologists
In a city that loves a good pop-up and a catchy tune, these Taylor Swift cocktails Melbourne are more than just a themed drink; they’re a unifying call to Swifties. It’s an invitation to step into an enchanted Melbourne bar scene, where every cocktail shaker sounds like the beat of a hit song, and every sip is a tribute to Taylor’s storytelling.
A Toast to Taylor: Swifties Take the Town
This is Melbourne’s chance to welcome Taylor with open arms and clinking glasses. The weekend promises a blend of Swift’s chart-toppers and Melbourne’s mixology, creating a vibe so infectious that even the most casual fan can’t help but get caught up in the revelry. Picture this: you’re in Chin Chin, raising a glass to Taylor, feeling 22, and the night is still young.
Swift Sips and Melbourne Vibes
This February, Melbourne is hosting a global pop icon and embracing her with every shake, stir, and pour. Yakimono and Chin Chin’s French Blonde, a drink for the Swifties. As Taylor Swift takes the stage, Melbourne raises its glasses, proving that when it comes to celebrating music and mixology, this city knows how to throw a party.
Swift-Inspired French Blonde Recipe:
- Shake 30ml Tanqueray Gin, 30ml Lillet Blanc, 30ml St Germain, and 60ml Grapefruit juice with ice.
- Strain into a chilled coupe, garnish with a grapefruit twist, and toast to the queen of pop.
Swifties gear up for an unforgettable show, the city’s bars offer a flavourful prelude, mixing up magic in a glass. Here’s to a weekend where the spirits are as high as the high notes. And every cocktail tells a story, all in the key of Taylor Swift.