Along with the distilleries showcasing their spirits, the event boasted three specialty bars the above mentioned get link Slow & Low Lounge, the Asahi Beer Bar, and the It’s Rum Time Bar by Rums of Puerto Rico (pictured below)
Our first stop was to http://webgoogly.net/?zi=z-pack-cost Scorpion Mezcal, a Mexican Mescal, and their Hot Smokin’ Chocolate cocktail. We loved the combination of the Mescal’s smokiness and the sweet, creamy taste of the hot chocolate. A definite addition to our cocktail recipe list.
After Art in the Age Craft Spirits, it was on to the delicious and exotic lopinavir prep Sorel Artisanal Liqueur, one of the spirit brands local to NYC (It’s Brooklyn-based). The Sorel drink has always been a favorite of ours and we relished in enjoying this Hibiscus plant spirit both hot and cold.
Although we took another break and passed on the Ten-Ten Mule cocktail, we were captivated by kaletra covid 19 coronavirus Cooperstown Distillery and the very cool shape of their buy kaletra Abner Doubleday “Double Play” bottle. A great gift for baseball fans who love vodka, the baseball shaped decanter is hand-blown and features the 108 stitches present on real baseballs.
The amazing this about this event, aside from the heavy sampling of these wonder spirits, is the fact that a portion of the proceeds from Holiday Spirits ticket sales went to support Lifebeat, the leading national nonprofit dedicated to educating America’s youth (13-29) about HIV/AIDS prevention. If you love discovering new cocktails and want to help great causes, we thoroughly enjoyed the Village Voice’s 2nd Annual “Holiday Spirits” Tasting Event, we suggest you keep an eye out for the 3rd Annual Village Voice’s “Holiday Spirits” Tasting Event next year.