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Lagos Cocktail Week Hosts Media Personalities To A Press Cocktail

By Bobby Taylor

The second edition of Lagos Cocktail Week is barely a week away and the organisers of the event held a press cocktail on Tuesday, 27th of October 2015 to announce the event.

The media event which took place on the lovely terrace of the Intercontinental Hotel had editors, bloggers, writers and other media personalities in attendance.

Lagos Cocktail Week scheduled to hold from the 9th of November to the 14th of November 2015 was created to showcase the cocktail culture in Lagos with the aim of providing individuals, businesses, corporations and global brands a platform to interact, connect and share brand value.

“It is certainly going to be an educative, informative and entertaining week” - Lara Rawa, CEO of Eventi Cocktails and Founder of Lagos Cocktail Week. She went on further to say that LCW 2015 will not only educate cocktail lovers and novices through various masterclasses but will also inform attendees about the new skills in differentiating between flavours with a blend of entertainment through events and cocktail parties at different hubs in a fun and relaxing atmosphere.

The media guests were treated to delicious cocktail mixes to give them a feel of what to expect at the highly anticipated Cocktail festival of the year.

LCW 2015 wristbands will be available for purchase at the official hub, The Milano Bar in Intercontinental Hotel. Wristband wearers will enjoy lots of discounts, offers and promotions at different hubs during the festival.

The event is proudly supported by The Lagos State Ministry of Tourism and Intergovernmental Relations, Intercontinental Hotel Lagos, Eventi Cocktails, Patron Tequila, Luxeria Spirits, Cool FM, Pulse Nigeria, and Bella Naija.

Follow Lagos Cocktail Week
Instagram: @lagoscockailweek
Twitter: @lagoscocktailwk
Facebook: @lagoscocktailweek

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