Happy hour now comes to your home.
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After-work drinks may seem to feel like a distant dream nowadays, but Monkey Shoulder is bringing that dream back with a fun new digital party so you can enjoy a lovely physically-distanced soiree.
This After -Work Drinks campaign encourages consumers to ring in the evenings with happy hour, Monkey style.
You can unwind after work with free access to the Monkey Shoulder: After – Work Drinks digital party guide (HERE), containing all the ingredients for a cheeky at-home soiree, including #MadeforMixing cocktail recipes, tips and tricks on hosting a games night, card games aplenty, and swing to the funky Monkey Shoulder playlists.
From hump-day to Fri-yay, the cheekiest brand in the world of whiskey guarantees good times every day of the week.
The pandemic may have changed our lifestyles, but we know that consumers are still looking for some semblance of normalcy. As a whisky that’s made for mixing, we want to encourage people to get playful and mix things up using Monkey Shoulder as a base for their at – home concoctions. Go wild, get creative and don’t forget to crack out the party games and funky playlists for an elevated after work experience!Samuel Ng, Regional Brand Ambassador for Monkey Shoulder
How to make Monkey Shoulder cocktails at home
To get a good cocktail, you would definitely want to go with one that is the first 100% malt whisky made for mixing. That’s right, Monkey Shoulder blends the finest single malt whiskies from the best distilleries in the Whisky Region, Speyside, in Scotland; before marrying them together for top-notch quality. Rest assured, you’re in for some real spirited fun with zero compromise on quality and taste.
Here’s two really good cocktail recipes to get you started:
Now that you’ve got all the ingredients you need for a good party, go ahead and #makeitmonkey!
Please drink responsibly.
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