A Taste Of Casa Corona Hosted By Chef Nti

In the build-up to Corona’s  inaugural “Casa Corona” taking place at Nirox Sculpture Park this Saturday 22nd and Saturday 23rd June, yesterday Chef Nti hosted an exclusive gathering at the Taste Kitchen located in the heart of Maboneng. The Mexican inspired dishes served as a taste of what is to be expected this coming weekend at the #FindYourSunset experience set to encourage winter hibernators to forget their nesting tendencies and come out to enjoy the sunset.

Coming to South Africa for the first time, “Casa Corona” is a weekend-long lifestyle experience that’s just what the good Doctor ordered. Think artistry in the form of music, photography, food, and mixology; all brought together under a stunning atmospheric sunset of the Winter Solstice. Yes, the 2019 Winter Solstice will take centre stage as a select number of guests take in the breath-taking sunset that heralds the official count-down to Summer in the Southern Hemisphere as days get longer with each passing day. Influenced by themes from Mexico, France, and Spain, Casa Corona emulates a “Paradise in the City.” It is a paradise to escape to and live unforgettable moments at sunset encouraging you to #FindYourSunset. Casa Corona is full of immersive experiences where you can enjoy the perfect winter sunset with a Corona and a lime.

 Mexican Nachos, melted cheese, salsa, sour cream and Corona are not the only menu options as sunset chasers will  also be served with iPhonography workshops, mixology sessions, Latin-American cuisine, outdoor cinema, live music and an outdoor silent concert coupled with Nature’s Winter sunset show off. On what inspired her dishes, Chef Nti said that every meal on the menu was carefully selected to create a perfect fusion of Mexican, African and Latin American cuisine at Casa Corona. “Everything is designed to pair perfectly with Corona and the food is also designed to align with all the beautiful experiences that are planned at Nirox Sculpture Park for the much-anticipated weekend” , Chef Nti.

You won’t want to miss the iPhonography experience brought to you by Ghanaian visual artist extraordinaire Prince Gyasi, award-winning South African cinematographer Ofentse Mwase and the stunning Soweto collaborative, ISeeADifferentYou with the soulful sounds of Mpho Sebina bringing the experience full circle.

If you want to be part of the Casa Corona community that will celebrate the Winter Solstice, all you have to do is to share your best sunset images on Twitter using the hashtag #FindYourSunset to stand a chance to win double tickets.

Tickets are not for sale; so get off that couch, reconnect with Mother Nature and go “find your sunset” this winter! An agenda full of rejuvenation, workshops, live entertainment, art, and gastronomy await you – follow the #FindYourSunset hashtag to join the conversation and follow @CoronaAfrica on Twitter.

 

CASA CORONA DO’S & DONT’S:

  • Gates open next Saturday, 22nd June and Sunday, 23rd June at 12 pm until 8 pm. Arrive early to enjoy complimentary drinks, snacks and a Sculpture Tour around Nirox.
  • You will not be granted entry to the venue if you did not register/RSVP your attendance.
  • Don’t bring food/drinks into the venue, there will be food and drinks vendors on site.
  • Food and drinks at Casa Corona are for your own account.
  • Casa Corona is a cashless environment so you can top-up your howler tag with funds upon arrival.
  • Bring sunscreen, a hat and dress comfortably and warm, we’re going to be outdoors until 8pm.
  • Do not smoke in the audience.
  • Do bring something to take your rubbish home with you; this is a bin-free site.
  • Do not leave a mess.
  • Do bring a sunny personality to keep us all warm.

 

About Corona 

Born in Mexico, Corona is the leading beer brand in the country, the most popular Mexican beer worldwide exported to more than 180 countries. Corona Extra was first brewed in 1925 at the Cervecería Modelo in Mexico City. Corona is a pioneer in the beer industry by being the first to use a transparent bottle showcasing its purity and high quality to the world. Each glass bottle is produced in a glass factory in Mexico owned by the brand. The artwork found on the bottle is painted, highlighting our commitment to quality in our packaging and our Mexican heritage. No Corona is complete without the lime. Naturally adding character, flavour, and refreshment, the lime ritual is an integral part of delivering an experience that is truly unique to Corona. The brand is synonymous with the beach and celebrates time outdoors. It invites people to pause, relax and enjoy the simple pleasures of life.