UK: Bacardi opens Grey Goose bar at London Heathrow

By | 27 September 2011

Grey Goose will be served at the bar in Virgin Atlantics clubhouse

Grey Goose will be served at the bar in Virgin Atlantic's clubhouse

Bacardi's global Travel Retail division has partnered with Virgin Atlantic to open a Grey Goose-themed bar at London Heathrow airport.

The company, which acquired Grey Goose back in 2004, said yesterday (26 September) that the Grey Goose Loft at the Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse will offer passengers travelling in Upper Class a service akin to a cocktail bar. As well as amuse-bouches, passengers will be served cocktails by mixologists at the bar in Heathrow's terminal three.

The Grey Goose Loft at the Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse, pictured below, is open to all Upper Class passengers and Gold Card holders with cocktails served daily from 1600.

GREY GOOSE Loft at Virgin Clubhouse

Sectors: Spirits

Companies: Bacardi

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