Kirin Cider – The new sponsors of Paspaley Polo in the City

Kirin Cider have just launched their cider range exclusive to the Australian market in conjunction with becoming a new sponsor of the annual Paspaley Polo in the City. Held in every major city, this years Paspaley Polo in the City kickstarted with the first one for the year being held on the 16th November in Sydney at Centennial Park.

Apple blossom ‘wishing tree’ in the Kirin Polo Lounge at Paspaley Polo in the City

Following a Japanese-inspired theme, guests included some of the stars of Australian and International Polo set, along with a select group of media and eastern suburbs types were treated to explore traditional art forms field-side – including Hiragana Artists scribing personalised messages for guests, and Origami Experts creating beautiful keepsakes on request.

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Guests enjoying Kirin cider in the Kirin Polo Lounge at Paspaley Polo in the City in Sydney

 

The stylish Kirin Polo Lounge was also transformed further with a Japanese theme with a beautiful blossoming apple wishing tree planted within, that invited guests to tie or pin their wishes to.

 

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Personalised Japanese hand written cards for guests in the Kirin Polo Lounge

As for the cider itself, it was surprisingly very refreshing and light.  Starting off with the Fuji Apple, it was crisp, refreshing, a great palette cleanser and a perfect drink to sip on a steamy day.

 

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Polo Player enjoying a Kirin Cider

The Japanese inspired cider range comes in four newly-blended flavours with Fuji Apple alongside Mikan (Mandarin), Ume (Plum) and Ginger.

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Kirin Cider

Paspaley Polo in the City will continue their events across Australia during November and December, following on from the Sydney one with Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth and Adelaide.

 

Kirin Polo Lounge at Paspaley Polo in the City in Sydney

Paspaley Polo in the City

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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