Flirting App Launch Party at 111 Minna


7x7 was proud to sponsor the launch event for Twine—the most gender-balanced flirting app in the world—with a lively party at 111 Minna Gallery in San Francisco's bustling SoMa district.

Guests learned the ins and outs of the new app, which helps break the ice between interesting strangers. The mood was kept loose with complimentary specialty cocktails made with the new Soyombo super-premium vodka—check out the recipes below!—as well as Trumer Pils beer, brewed in Berkeley. New friends also bonded over sweet treats from San Francisco's famed Creme Brûlée Cart, and grooved to beats from one of Pandora's finest DJs, p o p s t a c k.

Twine is different because you remain anonymous while you chat and get to know the other person. If you become interested, you can choose to reveal your identity and make a connection:

What is Twine?
Twine matches you with the most interesting people around you. Twine is the first gender balanced flirting network, and we ensure that there is an even ratio of girls to guys. Twine empowers you to flirt first and engage in conversation before you decide to reveal yourself. We always pick the highest quality matches based on our intelligent matching algorithm and deliver the right connections to you. We even provide you with some ice breakers to get the conversation started based on your mutual interests!

Soyombo Vodka Cocktails

#Twine Me
1.5 oz. Soyombo
.5 oz. lemongrass/ginger simple
.5 oz. lime juice
Combine ingredients into collins glass on the rocks and top with 1oz. of soda water. Garnish with lime wedge.

The Conquerer
1.5 oz. Soyombo
Shaken and served up in a martini glass with a Chinese five spice dusted star anise.

Summer Twine
1.5 oz. Soyombo
.75 oz watermelon simple syrup
.75 oz. lime
Shaken and served up in a martini glass. Spritz of peach bitters then garnish with lemon twist.

So Yum Bro!
1 oz. Soyombo
.5 oz. triple sec
splash peach bitters
.5 oz. coconut puree
.5 oz. pineapple juice
.5 oz. OJ
.5 oz. lime
Combine ingredients and serve on the rocks in a hurricane. Garnished with grapefruit, cherry, and coconut.

Photos: Erica Deeman Photography |

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