Food and Drinks

If You Love Yakitori,

Drop by This Pop-up

Bar in BGC

by Jace Amodo, November 15, 2019 7:45pm

Collage by Ahl Mirambel. Photos from Jack Daniels and Nanbantei of Tokyo

Food and Drinks

If You Love Yakitori, Drop by This Pop-up Bar in BGC

by Jace Amodo, November 15, 2019 7:45pm
Collage by Ahl Mirambel. Photos from Jack Daniels and Nanbantei of Tokyo
 

Picture this: skewered meat grilling over a charcoal fire, seasoned with tare sauce or salt, filling your nostrils with yakitori goodness. Thanks to Jack Daniel's Distillery, we can enjoy a feast with this Japanese specialty even for a limited time.

 
 
 
 
 
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Our Yakitori is grilled to perfection - making sure they're so so juicy and delicious! #NanbanteiPH

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Jack Daniel's yakitori feastwill solve our Japanese food cravings with the help of Japanese restaurant Nanbantei of Tokyo, which is known for serving authentic yakitori through a hip and healthy way of grilling.

The (absolutely) scrumptious feast comes as part of Jack Daniel's (JD) tradition of mounting a JD Holiday Barrel Tree, made from repurposed and deconstructed JD whiskey barrels—micro-sustainability, everyone.

This year's JD Holiday Barrel Tree features a brand-new design. Photo by Ahl Mirambel/Inside Manila

Now on its third year, Jack Daniel's Philippines held the tree lighting ceremony on November 13 at C1 Park, 5th Avenue, High Street Central Square, Bonifacio Global City. As with the initial and sophomore ceremonies, this year's celebration continues to spread the message that it's not what's under the tree that matters; it's who's around it.

Itadakimasu! Savor Nanbantei of Tokyo's yakitori sampler with the special JD sauce, paired perfectly with up to four Jack Daniel's Holiday Highball drinks. Plan a hangout with a company ASAP because yakitori feast is happening for a limited time only, starting on November 16 and the entire month of December at Jack Daniel's pop-up Bar No.7—under the JD Holiday Barrel Tree, much to our ecstasy.

 

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