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Chic igloos with Veuve and snacks? Un-brr-lieveable!
Customs House’s beloved igloos are fast becoming a regular instalment in Brisbane’s winter foodie calendar, and from this Friday, May 13, you can immerse yourself in a Euro chalet experience once again!
Offering their latest pop-up, Veuve Clicquot In The Snow, featuring fancy French champagne and nibbles – this is one winter event you’ll want to add to your schedule.
This winter paradise will see you sipping and savouring on Veuve Clicquot champagne (either by the glass or bottle), in cosy Aspen-themed igloos styled with luxe faux furs, complete with a dazzling view of Brisbane’s iconic Story Bridge.
On top of champagne, guests can also enjoy a collection of Australian, New Zealand and French wines, alongside a range of winter worthy cocktails including the Berries and Bubbles with fresh raspberry and lemon, Belvedere Pure topped with Veuve, or the Hennessy Old Fashioned with Angostura Bitters, sugar and orange twist.
Paired perfectly with the lavish drinks menu is a curated offering of indulgent bites like rabbit rillettes, baked whole brie, and mac and cheese croquettes with truffle aioli. The food menu also features a selection of English, Italian and Australian cheeses that’s sure to have you s-mitten.
Better still, the fan favourite Moreton Bay bug croissant (with creamy lime and dill mayo) is set to make a return in time for the event. Cue sigh of relief!
Veuve Clicquot In The Snow will run from 4 pm on Thursdays and Fridays, and from 1 pm on Saturdays and Sundays right throughout winter.
Hot tip: the igloos can be reserved for a minimum spend of $80 per person, with a booking of six required and parties snow-capped at 10.
To find out more and secure your igloo, visit the Customs House website.