After the mega-successful launch of Sweden’s 2019 Edible Country campaign, we now have word on the launch of Drinkable Country – the largest, open-air, world-class bar led by an internationally acclaimed team at Tjoget and other leading Swedish beverage experts.
Designed as the world’s largest outdoor, socially distanced bar, it features a set-up of 16 socially distanced tables in locations across the country. Visitors here can try a combination of ready-made beverages alongside drinks to mix using ingredients found in the surroundings, based on recipes provided by Sweden’s foremost beverage experts.
Commenting on it, Jens Heed, Program Director Food Travel at Visit Sweden, said, “The DIY recipes enable visitors to explore Swedish nature through world-class taste experiences,” he further added,” “The country’s 100 million-acre pantry of fruit, berries, vegetables, and crystal-clear spring water is open to everyone. We call it the Drinkable Country – the world’s largest open-air bar.”
One of the tables is set up in Swedish Lapland, near spots are known for their canoeing, fishing, and forest walking, with another located in western Sweden. Leo Lahti, Bar Manager at Tjoget, noted the experience as “a thirst-quenching journey through Swedish nature that is a completely new and fascinating way to experience cocktails and to discover the country and its natural environment.” We second that!
[Via: Travel + Leisure]