Corkcicle’s neon-themed party made a style statement in Sydney last night, for the brand’s official Australian launch.
The night marked America’s hottest drink and barware brand finally launching in Australia with the Neon Lights range. It’s brightest, boldest, and most electric collection yet.
The Instagram-worthy celebration caught the eye of Sydney-based influencers Margot Moore, Abby Flanagan and Jamie-Lee, among others, who were caught sipping on the neon-inspired cocktails.
Known for specialising in game-changing barware and hydration products, Corkcicle is the brand that tells you to ‘ditch the cooler but keep the cool’. The new neon range of fluorescent hues heroes the fashion favourite trend seen on the catwalk this year, promising to enhance your personal style while reducing your personal impact on the planet.
It was only fitting for Corkcicle to hi-jack Sydney’s rebellious Japanese fusion bar Kid Kyoto in Sydney’s CBD with a neon-inspired takeover. Guests at the Australian launch party enjoyed flavour-packed Japanese dishes whilst sipping on their colour co-ordinated cocktails in Corkcicle products and taking in the sounds of Sydney-resident DJ Niki De Saint.
Bold and bright, the Neon Lights collection features Canteens, Tumblers, and Stemless Wine Cups with a buttery, soft- touch finish in three electric colours. Designed with proprietary triple insulation for the perfect chill, slip-proof silicone bottoms and easy-grip flat sides, each Corkcicle keep drinks cool for up to 25 hours and hot for up to 12 hours.
In 2010 Corkcicle started with one question: How do you chill wine to the perfect drinking temperature without the mess of an ice bucket? Nine years and many prototypes later, Corkcicle boasts a range of innovative canteens, tumblers and barware that’s revolutionised the hydration game. Whether you want to enjoy a chilled rosé during a summer’s day, or your Monday morning coffee, Corkcicle has all your beverage bases covered.
With a mass celebrity following that includes the likes of Oprah, Julia Robert, Gisele Bündchen, Adriana Lima and Jessica Biel, it was only a matter of time before the brand washed up on Australian shores.
For those looking to make a statement with every sip, head down to Kid Kyoto who will be serving some of its most popular cocktails in Corkcicle Stemless Wine Cup for a limited time, as part of an ongoing partnership.
Corkcicle is available for purchase in select retailers nationally and online at The Iconic, David Jones, Surf Stich, Mrs and Mrs Jones, Myer and more.
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