So I've been to a couple of Glenmorangie orange themed parties before and it has all been memorable probably due to the single malt delight. "Unnecessarily Well Made" Glenmorangie theme always leaves a lasting impression. Check out my previous writeups of past parties, (Glenmorangie Orange Retro Funk Party) and (Glenmorangie's SOUNDFORM Fluid Bar Showcase). This round I had the privilege to attend the Glenmorangie Orange Sultry Swing Party at The Hill Damansara Heights tonight.
|Glenmorangie Orange Sultry Swing Party|
Glenmorangie Orange Sultry Swing Party
23, Lorong Dungun Damansara Heights
Date: 30 August 2012
Time: 9pm till late
|A photo from the night with Ah Bok and Karen Ong, Marketing Director of Moet Hennessy Diego Malaysia|
It was actually my first time stepping into The Hill at Damansara Heights even though I've heard and read a lot about it. A pretty good venue for partying, eating or just chilling. I wasn't one to decline an invitation to experience free-flow Glenmorangie hence there I was reaching the venue just in time to see funnyman Douglas Lim start his MC'ing.
|Yours truly with Ah Bok and Glenmorangie in hand|
The night featured some good tunes churned out by Asquared, there were smiling faces all around, and even wider smiles as the night progressed on, probably due to happiness of Glenmorangie. I pretty much liked some of the games to choose the best dressed male and female. It had everything to do with these shriveled orange carrots.
|Two ladies eating some carrots off the hands of Michael Tan, Brand Manager for Glenmorangie|
|The winners getting a group photo taken|
It was pretty cool that the winners of the carrot eating contest get to walk away with a bottle of Glenmorangie. All the had to do was to eat the orange carrot in a sultry manner, easier for the ladies, tougher for the guys. Pretty good fun I would say, which got everyone present there double up in laughter.
|Douglas Lim spelling out the rules of the game for the night|
|Beautiful ladies serving us free flow of Glenmorangie Original|
It was a night of Orange Sultry Swing, a distinctive flavour of a Swing and jive experience for all single malt lovers. A good night out, one which was on Merdeka eve, which is also an eve to a public holiday. Nothing can go wrong tonight, except probably for that glass of Glenmorangie which I accidentally spilled unto the floor. Good night indeed, and here's looking forward to more parties and events by Glenmorangie in the future!