May, 2012

VERY SPECIAL SOUNDS: DJ Mike “The Butcher” Allin

May 15th, 2012

Thursday May 31st

Hennessy Cocktails: from classic to Thai inspired

DJ Mike “The Butcher” Allin

Born in London a LONG time ago Mike was subjected to a mix of musical influences ranging from Rock to Soul, Reggae, Blue Beat & Ska. Seduced by the sounds of New York, Detroit, Philadelphia and beyond he has put together a collection of US soul, funk, disco & jazz that is the envy of his peers in the DJ world.

Entry will be free to guests — first come, first serve.


Hennessy VS is known for introducing the refined taste of superior French Cognac to a global audience. WTF Gallery & Cafe is known for it innovative, yet classically executed cocktails* and for it’s adventurous art and culture programming.  

On  March 15th Hennessy VS and WTF will be launched a monthly cocktail and music series: Very Special Sounds. A special menu of cocktails developed by WTF and featuring Hennessy VS will be on offer — with recipes for customers to take away. Each month DJs and live musicians will perform undiscovered genres, new takes on classic tunes and show off  impeccable tastes. The evenings, like the flavors of Hennessy itself, will be a "BOLD, yet HARMONIOUS BLEND… with DELICATE NUANCES.” Each night will be an intimate celebration of special flavours, specials sounds and special company.







World Cocktail Week 2012

May 7th, 2012

Starting May 12 at WTF

We love a well crafted drink and so do you! To spread the love for unique cocktails we are joining a few other savvy bars to pay homage to a wonderful pastime.

We’ll be featuring Fresh Fruit Libations from our current menu — supplemented with fruit from the family farm AND a new beverage not to be missed:

Mango Sriracha: bourbon, fresh mango, lime,  Sriracha biiters 

The Orchard: gin, lychee, lemongrass, lime, soda 

Fresh mangosteen caipirinha: cachaça, mangosteen, lime

Summit: Hennessy VS, lemonade, ginger, lime, cucumber 

Typhoon: Sangsom, dark rum, passion fruit, lime 


Spirits, sugar, water, bitters — the first elaboration of the word cocktail. 1806