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This year may not be floating by quickly, but the world is taking to the idea of a Floating hotel and more recently a floating bar! Kicking off next month, Hendricks’ Gin is launching a first-of-its-kind bar in the sky set to take its maiden voyage in Darling Harbor on December 5th. Onboard the aptly called the ‘Most Unusual Balloon Bar’ you’ll be treated to Hendricks G&T’s and a hamper of Hendricks-themed goodies and a view that one can only experience from a hot air balloon. If you haven’t got a thing for sipping cocktails while floating above the beautiful locales then Hendricks will also have a grounded pop-up bar in Tumbalong Park. Here you can pick up Hendricks “Tini Martinis”, which are pretty much mini gin martinis in a can. Now, what’s not to love in that! The Most Unusual Balloon Bar makes its maiden voyage on Saturday, December 5, and will be open for one day only between 3 pm and 9 pm. gin-lovers, you wouldn’t want to miss this free and floating opportunity for anything else in the world. However best keep in mind that tickets are free, but naturally, spaces are extremely limited to make the most of this epic bar and free drink initiative.

If you miss this opportunity to hop onto a hot air balloon filled with wonderful Hendricks headiness then maybe you would consider hopping onto Hendrick’s High Wheel and lose some of that holiday weight.

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[Via: Time Out]

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