This Vancouver Ice Bar Has The Coldest Tasting Room In the World And An Unreal Vodka Menu
Truly Canadian, am I right?
Created for the daring, those not faint of heart, those who wish to brave freezing temperatures - and those who somehow enjoy the taste of straight vodka - this one's for you.
Canada is home to the coldest tasting room in the world. Found in none other, than the world-famous Whistler, British Columbia, the Ketel One Ice Room at the Bearfoot Bistro is open year-round at a freezing minus 32 degrees Celsius.
The temperature, according to the Bistro, is the optimal environment for drinking the complex spirit. Visitors are welcomed to a one-of-a-kind experience, with premier spirits hailing from Sweden, Poland, France, Russia, New Zealand and of course, Canada.
All winter long, Bearfoot Bistro will be offering 35% off on a vodka tasting as an Apres-Ski special. Already boasting world-class skiing, this famous ice room is just another reason to visit Whistler before Winter ends.