Martini partners with top bars CÉ LA VI, 1-Altitude, & The Exchange – special cocktails for Singapore F1
August 27th, 2016
As the sponsor of the Williams Martini Racing Team, Martini has partnered with three iconic Singapore bars to transform the sunset hour in Singapore. The Martini Golden Hour entices with refreshing signature cocktails while watching the sun go down over the Singapore skyline and urban race track. Celebrating the coming racing season, Martini and partners, CÉ LA VI, 1-Altitude, and The Exchange, have created their favourite Martini cocktails – each with a unique Singaporean twist. Martini cocktails are great for winding down after a day out and about, or perfect for getting the evening started on the right foot. Each of the three locations provides an unparalleled view and access to the famed urban race track and race festivities, soak up the exciting F1 vibe as you sip on your special Martini classics.
Each of the three locations provides an unparalleled view and access to the famed urban race track and race festivities, as you sip on your special Martini classics. Rooftop at the iconic Marina Bay Sands, CÉ LA VI enjoys commanding views across the city skyline, Marina Bay, and race track, while 1-Altitude – the highest rooftop bar in Singapore – boasts spectacular panoramic 360-degree views of Singapore. The Exchange, a modern chic bistro and bar, is located within the award- winning Asia Square complex in the Marina Bay financial district.
Enjoy the Martini cocktails exclusively at partner bars
CE LA VI Singapore + Martini Rosso Spritz This cool and refreshing aperitivo is light and thirst- quenching a cocktail that is a winner all hours of the day. With Vermouth, Martini Prosecco, a dash of soda water, and topped with an orange slice and three olives in CÉ LA VI signature style.
The Exchange + Martini Negroni A great classic, the Negroni is a simple blend of Martini Rosso, gin, and Martini Bitter. Garnished with orange slices for that extra zest.
1-Altitude + Martini Parisian Captured in the Savoy Cocktail Book, the Parisian Martini has been immortalised as one of the most famous drinks to have originated from Paris. With Martini Rosso, Martini Prosecco, gin, and the key ingredient crème de cassis.
Martini Cocktails for Singapore F1 Season
(images courtesy of Bacardi- Martini Singapore)