Sheep Dog Peanut Butter Whiskey is here to prove that peanut butter whiskey and ice cream is the ultimate combination with a limited-time cocktail pop-up and 500 WOOFTINI’s up for grabs!
It’s the time of year when the drinks come out and the ice cream cools us down, which is why it makes perfect sense for one of Sydney’s most luxe cafes, The Mayflower Darlinghurst, to sing the harmony of a peanut butter and whiskey espresso martini.
Teaming up with Sheep Dog Peanut Butter Whiskey and Elato Ice Cream, the trio is going to relieve you from the heat with a Happy Hour from 5:30pm-8pm every Thursday evening in November which will really help you push the message to your boss that Thursday is the new Friday!
The best part about this pop-up is that for those who missed out on the quintessential European summer, the brands have been inspired by the rise of the curbside Parisian dining culture that’s gone viral on TikTok over the Northern Hemisphere’s summer and fit it to the whimsical streets of Darlinghurst. Tapping into Sydney’s love of partying, Thursday evenings will include ice-cream carts, al fresco seating, live music, and a curb or two to park yourself on. The heart of the pop-up comes from the kitchen though with the irresistible WOOFTINI, a fun take on the classic espresso martini that swaps out vodka for Sheep Dog Peanut Butter Whiskey that features caramel notes as well as serves of Elato’s Triple Vanilla or Fig Ripple ice-cream flavours.
However if you want an extra level of indulgence, you can mix the two together for a WOOFOGATO, a cute miniature of Sheep Dog Peanut Butter Whiskey poured over Elato ice-cream.
The coffee bean on this martini however is that the first 500 customers on Thursday 2nd November will receive the marvellous creations for free.
The WOOFTINI and ice-cream combo will be $20 and a Sheep Dog Peanut Butter Whiskey pour-over Elato Ice Cream will be $15.
The collaboration will start on Thursday, November 2 at The Mayflower, Darlinghurst. This pop-up event will run every Thursday (2nd, 9th, 16th and 23rd) in November from 5.30pm-8pm.