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Preston woman’s cocktail company to hold dry ice showcase event at the Harris

Posted on - 14th June, 2018 - 6:35am | Author - | Posted in - Business, City Centre, Preston City Centre, What's On in Preston
Jodie Rigby is the founder of My Dry Ice
Jodie Rigby is the founder of My Dry Ice

A Preston-based cocktail company will hold a launch event at the Harris featuring local artists, fashion designers, painters and photographers.

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The company, My Dry Ice, was recently founded by Prestonian Jodie Rigby. Based at Cotton Court, they provide dry ice equipment and training to establishments across the North West, including Glovers, Lofty’s and The Wellington.

Jodie said: “Our unique cocktails are created using dry ice equipment, which creates smoky and bubbly potions, and they are proving popular across a variety of Lancashire’s bars, restaurants and clubs. This event is designed to celebrate our success so far, and to showcase our mouth-watering products.”

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Dry ice, which is also referred to as frozen carbon dioxide, has become a favourite of mixologists and chefs to create dramatic effects as shown in the video below. Jodie is using her creativity and experience in hospitality to offer innovative products and services to the market.

During the Harris event, the Ginception mobile bar will serve guests gin and Prosecco, while a saxophonist and DJ will provide the soundtrack. Complimentary drinks are available upon arrival, and a larger selection will be served at the bar throughout the night.

In addition, the event will showcase the next generation of local artists and promote their creativity.

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The event takes place today (Thursday 14 June) from 6pm to 9pm. You can register for the event at Eventbrite, and find out more about the company via the My Dry Ice website.

Will you be going to the event? Let us know in the comments below.

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