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  • Winter Tasting Series

    Jun 2017
    - 7.00pm -

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    Winter will be anything but dull at Clink this year.

    First up will be the Whisky Lounge – Thursday 8th June

    Not your usual tasting, this will be set up more like your lounge with tasting platters for your table and a selection of whisky’s from around the world. Can you pick their origin?

    All to the backdrop of some chilled lounge sounds from DJ Su. More fun in a group so gather some mates and book your table $50pp or table of 6 $250

    If this sounds like you flick us an email or a call to get yourself on the VIP list.

    info@clink.co.nz // P. o3 326 5353

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In 1779, not long after Captain James Cook discovered New Zealand, the prominent English politician Viscount Lonsdale sent his scandal causing son Lord Lonsdale on a settler's ship to the remote Islands - his philandering ways had caused enough embarrassment to the Crown. Leaving England with nothing more than a ring with a diamond the size of a pea, Lord Lonsdale .... read full about us >>