Wild Turkey American Honey Igloo Pop-Up only at the Auburn Hotel!

The Auburn Hotel is at it again.  Just when we thought they couldn’t top the botanical garden summer pop-up day beds, they’ve answered the call to Winter with a magical construct of igloos.   Teaming up with Wild Turkey, its the sweet edge of their American Honey bourbon that will flavour the complementing cocktail menu of the season!  Melbourne Rooftop Honey keeps the menu on theme with packages available also available for larger groups of up to 28 in the mega igloo!

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Kentucky is the birthplace of Bourbon and Wild Turkey and the source of 95% of the world’s supply of this warming spirit made with corn, aged in charred new oak barrels and stored between 80 to 125 proof.    Served hot as part of the Igloo Garden menu, its the prelude for an evening get together that will be unlike any other this Winter.

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The following share plates and desserts shown above will feature Melbourne Rooftop Honey, bee keepers who have harnessed the honey from bees that have extracted pollen only from and creating a unique taste that its strictly Melbournian!

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The 130 year old charm of the Auburn Hotel coupled with the experiential warmth of their igloos will see the Victorian heritage site transformed into a magical winter wonderland.

Inside Igloo Shot at The Auburn Hotel

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