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Africa's biggest drink event, International Drinks Festival to hold 2nd edition this month

This year’s edition of the biggest event on Africa’s drinks calendar is fast approaching as the International Drinks Festival holds from November 29 to December 2, 2018.

Riding on the success of the maiden edition, this 2018 edition promises to be all that drinks and food lovers ever dreamed of and so much more!

A host of activities have been lined up to treat attendees to an amazing time at the prestigious Federal Palace Hotel in the heart of Victoria Island, Lagos, various as the walk into a heavenly experience of the world of drinks.

Activities at the festival

The world of drinks gives attendees familiarity with various wine brands across the world as international and local wine makers will be present to exhibit wines in their various kinds.

Attending the International Drinks Festival can be said to be mutually beneficial to brand owners, producers, distributors, consumers, enthusiasts and all major players in the drinks industry value chain.

Also at the International Drinks Festival, global mixologists will be on ground to treat attendees to eclectic and exquisite choices of cocktails . The world of drinks would also allow for honest reviews of consumers about the brands on exhibitions.

The International Drinks Festival world of drinks is a world of its own beckoning on drink enthusiast and love to walk in for a mind-blowing experience!

Date : November 29 - December 2, 2018

Venue : Federal Palace Hotel, Victoria Island Lagos.

Follow conversations on social media via #DrinksFestLagos, on Instagram @drinkfestlagos

For media enquiries, please contact Tiwalade Haastrup via email at tiwalade.haastrup@roberttaylormedia.com 

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