Surekha Ragavan
Jun 14, 2018

In pictures: Singapore Cocktail Festival

The three-day event at Empress Lawn pulled in 8,000 visitors and a mix of brands, bars, and food partners.

To read about what went down at the Singapore Cocktail Festival, see our case study here

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