Reyka Vodka Is Opening The World’s Very First Bar On A Glacier

Oct 7, 2019

Category: Vices

While we’d never say a cocktail is the sole reason to go anywhere, it definitely helps motivate us for a trek or two — especially when the weather is chilly. Well the folks at Iceland’s Reyka Vodka are pushing that sentiment to the nth degree by planning to open the world’s very first fully-functional bar on an actual glacier.

To be built on Langjökull, Iceland’s 2nd-largest existing glacier, this fully-featured bar is going to be so isolated that the company has listed its address as geographic coordinates — 64.565653°N, 20.024822°W. However, once folks make it to that location, there will be an actual structure there, a temporary A-frame cabin, set up for just five short days — making this a legitimate once-in-a-lifetime experience. If you think you’ve got what it takes to make the trip, you can apply for one of the extremely limited spots with Reyka right now.

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