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Radisson Blu Sydney high tea with a twist

Kate Webster

Radisson Blu Plaza Sydney has partnered with award-winning Sydney distillery Archie Rose Distilling Co., to create a new High Tea with a twist– the Distiller’s High Tea.

The Radisson Blu Sydney decided to “shake up” this traditional High Tea model and start with the beverages as the heroes.  From there, they have matched the distinct flavour notes of each spirit with the gourmet food offerings.

The Distillers High Tea will include three of Archie Rose’s spirits range – Original Vodka, Signature Dry Gin and White Rye.

Guests also will be able to try Radisson Blu’s very own gin, called ‘Out of the Blu’, which has been specially blended at the Archie Rose distillery and will be introduced into the Distiller’s High Tea and also served at the hotel’s Fax lobby bar.

In doing so, Radisson Blu has become the first hotel in Sydney to create its own gin with Archie Rose.

The new Distiller’s High Tea is available in the hotel’s Fax Bar from July 1 through to December 31 and costs $69 per person.

Archie Rose Distilling Company & Radisson Blue Gin Blending Session, 85 Dunning St, Rosebery - Tuesday 17th May, 2016 Photographer: Belinda Rolland © 2016

PETER TUDEHOPE Archie Rose Distilling Company & Radisson Blue Gin Blending Session, 85 Dunning St, Rosebery - Tuesday 17th May, 2016 Photographer: Belinda Rolland © 2016



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