Celebrating girls behind the bars, the initiative hits the bottom on December 6 
with world class mixologist Bannie Kang

Starting this December, W Maldives is all set to launch a sequence devoted to giving feminine bartenders a platform to showcase their expertise and talent. Beginning this initiative with a bang, the luxurious playground has invited world class mixologist, Bannie Kang from Singapore, for a unprecedented activation on December 6, 2022 at SIP, their beautiful sundown bar, the place the ace bartender will craft 4 signature cocktails that will likely be served over sundowners, and thru the night time. Of the 4 creations depicting her profession journey and signatures, “Her Legacy”, a cocktail impressed by her time within the Maldives, will likely be left on the menu at W Maldives even after Bannie Kang departs, for a restricted time, permitting for friends to style and bask in her W Maldives particular creation.

Guests searching for that bucket checklist getaway, with an added twist, are in for a deal with on reserving their dream escape at W Maldives this December. Located on Fesdu island, friends at W Maldives can dive into the most effective home reefs within the Maldives, straight from their overwater or a seaside villa and discover a wealthy, vibrant and numerous marine life. Apart from the watersports, actions and eating experiences starting from Maldivian to International, seafood to detox salads and grills, additionally they characteristic an inspiring cocktail tradition with drinks blended to swimsuit any and all palettes. SIP, the overwater out of doors bar, is the right venue to convey a day within the Maldives to a tantalizing shut with its pulsating atmosphere and breathtaking sundown views, Champagne, martinis, scrumptious cocktails and recent sushi and sashimi picks.

Speaking on this distinctive sequence, General Manager of W Maldives, Idu Ribeiro mentioned, “We are excited to have this chance to collaborate with Bannie Kang for a one-night solely distinctive combine that includes 4 signature creations and notably ‘Her Legacy’ impressed by the Maldives and created solely for W Maldives. At W Maldives we’re centered on elevating our Beverage & Food choices with distinctive activations and thru the What She Shakes sequence we’re not solely seeking to amplify our cocktail tradition but in addition empower and showcase feminine expertise behind the bars.”

Former World Class Global Champion and Asia’s Bartender’s Bartender (2021), Bannie Kang, found her ardour for bartending again in 2010, embarking on intense bartender coaching programs earlier than becoming a member of the staff at ANTI:DOTE (Singapore) in 2013. Following her win on the World Class competitors in Singapore, Bannie flew onto the worldwide scene because the Global Bartender of the Year 2019. Originally from South Korea, Bannie and her chef husband Tryson went on to open their very own institution MU:Taipei in Taiwan in February 2020. More not too long ago MU:Taipei was acknowledged in Asia’s 100 Best Bars, with Bannie successful the peer-voted accolade, the Mancino Bartenders’ Bartender 2021. A younger expertise with a ardour for introducing extraordinary innovations, Bannie will convey together with her a set of expertise into motion to create signature cocktails, impressed by Maldivian flavors, for a memorable taking place. 

On her upcoming go to to the Maldives and the activation, Bannie Kang mentioned, “I’m thrilled to be visiting the Maldives, and likewise to have the ability to really imbibe the spirit of the dream vacation spot into a few of my creations and depart a legacy at W Maldives for everybody to pattern. This is a once-in-a-lifetime expertise for me, and I hope that sipping the curated cocktails in a paradise setting is a once-in-a-lifetime form of expertise for all friends as properly!”



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