NEWS: Sugarcane Sunday, Taste of Sydney, The Old Growler

This week’s round-up of what’s new, what’s cool, what to drink:

Sugarcane Sunday


Sydney Rum Club is hosting Sugarcane Sunday, a unique popup rum market with the largest selection of rums in Australia to taste. $25 gets you entry, 10 rums of your choice plus presentations on the history and culture of rum. So get ready to party Caribbean Style on Sunday the 24th of March, 1pm-7pm at the Standard in Darlinghurst. Edit 25/3/2013: Full review and photos coming soon

Taste of Sydney

Taste of Sydney is back at centennial Park, running from 14-17 March 2013. Top picks for 2013 include: newcomer and regular restaurants Efendy, Ananas Bar and Brasserie, Sake Restaurant and Bar, Three Blue Ducks, The Woods and Porteno; Tasmanian Pavilion with Spring Bay Seafood, Moo Brew and Tasmanian Whiskies;  Malaysian Kitchen with Masterchef’s Poh Ling, Peter Kuruvita’s Seafood Barbecue, Plumm Wine Theatre by Gourmet Traveller WINE, Sensology and the Art of Cocktail Making, and the Cointreau Fizz Lounge, where you can have the Cointreau Fizz cocktail, created for Dita Von Teese during her recent visit to Sydney.

The Old Growler

The Old Growler in Woolloomoolloo is launching in March, a collaboration between Alexander Watts and Nick Watney of The Runcible Spoon in Camperdown, Jack Brown and the renowned Ching a Lings crew and Oscar McMahon of Young Henry’s brewery in Newtown. Stay tuned!

What to Drink

Dal Zotto Wines have pioneered Prosecco in Australia and their Dal Zotto l’Immigrante Prosecco is made from the traditional methode champenoise. This is a drier style of Prosecco than their Pucino, crisp with fine bubbles, and a touch of toasty complexity which makes it delicious to sip on its own or with seafood. Keep an eye out for it as it’s not always easy to find.


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Corinne Mossati

Corinne Mossati is the founder and editor of Gourmantic. An avid scribe, she has taken pen to paper since the age of five. Her repertoire includes long works of fiction, short stories and travelogues. She is a winner of the GT travel writing competition, has judged the Australasian Whisky Awards and several cocktail competitions. She is also named in the Australian Bartender Most Influential List.

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