Glenmorangie makes orange everyone’s favourite colour.
TheGlenmorangie Orange Party makes a comeback with a bang! The well loved single malt whisky, Glenmorangie, threw its second Orange Party for the year at Soju Kuala Lumpur and stuck to its tradition by making the night a celebration of all things ‘Unnecessarily Well Made’.
As party goers arrived at Soju Kuala Lumpur, they were greeted by an orange man on stills and a man wearing a whiskey cask, both displaying ADA codes that revealed details of the party that awaited them inside. The night’s activities included a Glenmorangie photo booth exclusively set up to capture moments of excitement of each guest, giving them a printout as a keepsake from the night.
Hosted by Jeremy Teo, guests and fans of the single malt whisky stepped into a creatively stimulating 3-D journey of the Glenmorangie Distillery in Scotland. The artistic tour was made possible through a special collaboration with local artistic talent Ms. Haze Long, a 3-D illustration specialist. Another highlight of the night was that each art piece featured the location of hidden ADA codes interspersed on each of the 3-D art pieces with snippets of information about the iconic House of Glenmorangie.
Apart from indulging on Glenmorangie with a splash of water and ice, guests were offered the Glenmorangie Zest Serve − a distinct highlight at Glenmorangie parties that infuses tangerine to complement the notes of vanilla and citrus zest of Glenmorangie The Original.
The night was made even more fun with Soju’s resident DJs kicking things off before DJ Alexis G took to the decks at midnight. Amidst the dancing crowd, attendees were put to the test to recreating the 17 feet tall stills at the Glenmorangie Distillery in a Black Tower Challenge.
Always promising an experience like no other, Glenmorangie never fails to live up to its ‘Unnecessarily Well Made’ philosophy. Check out the photo gallery below for more pictures from the Glenmorangie Orange Party at Soju Kuala Lumpur.
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