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A Coffee Cocktail Trail Is Coming To Sydney

By Olivia Atkinson
22nd Sep 2016

Mr Black International Coffee Day

Clear out your schedule, Sydney! A caffeine and booze-fuelled week is about to hit the city and yes, it’s every bit as glorious as it sounds.

Cold-press coffee liqueur geniuses Mr Black Spirits have joined forces with some of Sydney’s best bars for International Coffee Day (aka. the best day ever?!). The six-day event is set to kick off on Monday 26th September—so you can start your week with a bang—and carry through to Saturday 1st October. After all, what’s the weekend without an espresso martini or five?

The miracle of coffee will be celebrated via caffeinated cocktails, shaken up by the likes of Bennelong, Grain Bar, This Must Be The Place and so many more of our faves. You’ll be able to bar hop around town with your fellow caffeine fiends, getting buzzed off all the Mr Black cocktails on offer. It’s only fair to try them all, right?

Being a cold-extracted coffee liquor makes Mr Black oh-so versatile. If you’re an espresso martini loyalist (aren’t we all?), it’s the perfect week to taste what else happens when coffee and booze collides. And trust us, it is gooood.

Itching to get planning? We thought so. The full bar crew includes: This Must Be The Place, Pocket Bar, Stitch, Crooked Tailor, Button Bar, Eleven Bridge, Grain Bar, York Trading Co, Mojo Record Bar, 169 Cafe and Restaurant, The Hayberry, Polepole, Glamp Bar, Bad Frankies, Kensington Street Social, The Corner House, The Owl House, 212Blu, Bennelong, The Butler, The Botanist, SoCal, Bondi Hardware, Della Hyde, Luis Tans and Bat Country. Phew! It’s going to be one heck of a week, that’s for sure. 

The Details: 

What: International Coffee Day 

Where: These Sydney bars 

When: Monday 26th September—Saturday 1st October

Editors note: This article is sponsored by Mr Black and proudly endorsed by The Urban List. Thank you for supporting the sponsors who make The Urban List possible. Click here for more information on our editorial policy. 

Image credit: Mr Black 

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