NYC Event Alert: You’re Invited to Campari’s Fifth Annual Negroni Week

There’s much to celebrate next week, and we plan on raising a glass, a spoon and an appetite as tribute. For those of you not familiar, Campari’s fifth annual Negroni Week kicks off on Monday, June 5th. Negroni Week, presented by Imbibe Magazine and Campari, is a week-long international Campari cocktail celebration from June 5th-11th, that brings bartenders, restaurants, and Campari lovers together to celebrate one of the world’s greatest cocktails, the Negroni.

Commemorating its fifth year, Negroni Week will be celebrated at 6,000 bars and restaurants around the world, who will be mixing classic Negronis and Negroni variations for a great cause. This week-long event not only celebrates one of the world’s great cocktails, like the one featured below, it also helps to raise money for charities around the world.

The Red Planet Negroni Created by Leo Robitschek, The NoMad (NYC)


1 oz. Campari
1.5 oz. Cinzano 1757
2 oz. Bulldog Gin
Clarified Milk Mixture*

Follow instructions below to create clarified milk punch. Serve in a rocks glass filled with ice. Garnish with two star-shaped orange twists.

*Clarified Milk Mixture
3 oz. Milk
1 oz. Lemon Juice
1.5 oz. Spice Rooibos Tea Syrup
1.5 oz. Pineapple Juice
Heat up milk until just under a simmer. Take the pot off the heat and add the lemon juice. Stir slowly until the curds and the whey separate. Add the remaining ingredients and mix. Pour all of the ingredients slowly through a superbag until the punch becomes clear, and the repeat the filtering process.

Some of the delicious treats and concoctions Negroni fans will be able to enjoy during the week-long celebration include classic Negroni cocktails, the above Red Planet Negroni cocktail, Mai-Tai Unigroni cocktail, and Galaxy Negroni Sbagliato cocktail.

Galaxy Negroni Sbagliato Created by Naren Young, Dante (NYC)


1 oz. Campari
1 oz. Cinzano 1757
Cinzano Prosecco to top
Pour Campari and Cinzano 1757 over ice in a collins glass that has been sprayed with a chamomile tincture. Add 3 dashes of chamomile tincture and a pinch of edible silver glitter. Top with Prosecco.

Other delights include a Grapefruit Negroni Creamsicle from Tipsy Scoop (pictured directly above); Negroni Ice Cream Sandwiches ($8.00) from Breakroom 86 + Coolhaus, an almond biscotti cookie sandwich with coconut Campari ice cream;

Negroni Pop Tarts ($6.00 each), classic treats filled with a Negroni custard and topped with an orange and Campari icing, and sprinkles, from Butter & Scotch; Negroni Nuggets; and Negronuts, Negroni donuts filled with Carpano Antica Whipped Cream, topped with Campari Glaze and drizzled with Orange Compote, from The Doughnut Project.

A portion of proceeds from Negroni Week goes to the charity of the vendors choice, such as City Harvest, Mercy Corps, and the WILD Foundation. Will you be partaking in the week-long international celebration? How will you be celebrating Campari’s fifth annual Negroni Week?

Coralina Margarita Crowned Patron Tequila’s 2017 Margarita of the Year!

It seems so long ago that we shared the amazing event that was the Patrón Tequila 2017 Margarita of the Year event and competition. Seven bartenders from around the world battled it out with their take on a modern margarita, check out our Exclusive Patron Margaritas for International Margarita Day coverage. After enjoying all of their creations, guests voted for their favorites and left the final decisions to the illustrious judges. Well, the votes have been tallied and a decision has been made. After a long deliberation (the event was two months ago), Patron Tequila finally has their 2017 Margarita of the Year winner. And the winner is……. the Coralina Margarita, created by Mexico City bartender Riesler Morales.

Razorfish – Patron

1.75 oz Patrón Reposado
.75 oz Patrón Citrónge Orange
.75 oz Simple syrup
1 oz Fresh lime juice
.5 oz Red Wine (Mexican, or other)
+ Sugar-salt rim*
Combine Patrón Reposado, Patrón Citrónge Orange, simple syrup and lime juice in a shaker tin; add ice and shake vigorously. Strain mixture into a chilled cocktail coupe rimmed with sugar-salt rim.* Carefully float red wine on the surface of the cocktail and garnish with a lime wheel.

*Sugar-salt rim:
Pulverize .25 cup dried hibiscus (that’s a flower for those not in the know) in a spice grinder. Add in a .25 cup of sugar and a .25 cup kosher salt, then pulse the mixture until combined.

Riesler wanted to craft a cocktail that had the simplicity and elegance of a classic Margarita, but with the interesting and unexpected ingredients that marry so nicely with Patrón tequila (check out the man in action in the photo above). The Coralina Margarita was inspired by an ocean sunset (that’s easy to see with its dual colors that mirror the sky at sundown), combining the oaky notes of Patrón Reposado, perfectly balanced with the citrusy flavors of Patrón Citrónge Orange, together with red wine and hibiscus.

Cocktail lovers, you’ll definitely want to try this winning cocktail. You should definitely check out the recipe above. This margarita was a favorite, definitely in our top five. We want to know, is this the winner you predicted? Share your thoughts on the Patrón Tequila 2017 Margarita of the Year winner with us.

Gran Patron Platinum Tequila Margarita: The First Ever Platinum Margarita

Ever wonder what a $100 margarita tastes like? To officially welcome the spring season, we present a one-of-a-kind margarita created by bartender Rael Petit at the NYC cocktail bar, Delilah, and made with the limited edition Gran Patron Platinum Tequila Margarita. We know Platinum is one of the rarest and purest precious metals in the world, and the limited edition Gran Patrón Platinum Tequila, a crystal clear, triple distilled and oak rested tequila which boasts a smooth and full-bodied flavor, is the perfect main ingredient for the first-ever Liquid Platinum Margarita.

Liquid Platinum Margarita
2 oz Platinum Patrón Tequila
1 oz Dolin
2 dash rose water
.25 oz agave syrup
.5 oz lime juice
Stir all ingredients with ice for 30 seconds then pour in a mixing glass. In a mixing glass add:
1 bar spoon edible platinum color
1 pinch xanthum gum
Stir for 10 seconds, then pour in your coupe glass. Garnish with an edible orchid using edible silver sprayer marshmallow flavored.

Each Liquid Platinum Margarita includes Gran Patron Platinum Tequila ($200 per bottle, made from the finest 100% Weber Blue Agave), edible silver flakes, rare rose water and topped off with an edible silver orchid. The liquid even swirls around by itself – it’s magic in a glass!

What makes this spring season extra special is for a limited time, (March 20th – April 30th), the Gran Patron Platinum Tequila Margarita will be offered off the menu for $100 per glass, at Delilah, for those in the know. For those of you who want to add your own bottle of limited edition Gran Patron Platinum Tequila to your home bar, head to www.patrontequila.com to find the closest location near you. Each bottle is hand-numbered, made from crystal and comes housed in an elegant case.

What do you think of the Gran Patron Platinum Tequila Margarita? Are you ready to sip on this precious metal? If you’re up to indulging in this out of this world concoction, head over to Delilah cocktail bar before April 3oth.

Launching Soon: Ultra-Premium Tequila Herradura Luck is Earned Campaign

It feels wonderful to be back and active again after my HP laptop decided it was time to retire and I’m trying my hardest to do all I can with 4 minutes at the library. Getting everyone back up to speed, we’ve had a bit of a whirlwind experience with spirits, one of which was tequila. First up is our celebration of the Tequila Herradura Luck is Earned Campaign, their latest advertising campaign from the global tequila brand, which celebrates the hard working people who channels the brand’s message of ambition, passion and soul. The Tequila Herradura Luck Is Earned event, held at the legendary The Cutting Room, featured a sampling of crafted margaritas by New York Mixologist Jimmy Fransioli (just in time for International Margarita Day), and a live performance by Grammy winning jazz-funk guitarist Eric Krasno.

Photo by Jason Kempin/Getty Images for Tequila Herradura

Photo by Jason Kempin/Getty Images for Tequila Herradura

As Tequila Herradura knows, there is no shortcut to greatness, which is why they the last true Tequila-producing hacienda on the planet, a sentiment highlighted through their new campaign and mirrored in the career of Eric Krasno. The Tequila Herradura Luck Is Earned campaign, which rolls out its first creative in the United States on September 16th in conjunction with Mexican Independence Day. The campaign features real people who emulate the courage of Tequila Herradura by resisting compromise and exceeding standards on the path to greatness. It honors the brand’s iconic horseshoe, demonstrating it isn’t just a symbol of good fortune, but a testament to Tequila Herradura’s commitment to excellence since 1870, when Aurelio Lopez found a horseshoe in his agave fields, and named his tequila “Herradura”, horseshoe in Spanish. It showcases how Tequila Herradura is crafted with a balance of respect for traditional processes with industry-leading innovation at the last true tequila-producing hacienda on the planet, a true piece of Mexico’s cultural fabric.

“We’re excited to launch a global marketing campaign that illustrates Tequila Herradura’s history, heritage and tequila leadership,” said John Tichenor, VP Global Brand Director, Tequila Herradura. “The ‘Luck Is Earned’ campaign not only reinforces the brand’s courageous legacy, but pays tribute to our consumers’ real stories of conviction and eminence.”

One of those talents was the extremely talented Eric Krasno, who enchanted the crowd with his career trajectory and performed an electrifying 30 minute set of jazz-funk music that blew the crowd away.

Photo by Jason Kempin/Getty Images for Tequila Herradura

Whether it’s making tequila (which Tequila Herradura has been doing it for over 145 years), music or art, the Tequila Herradura Luck is Earned Campaign knows that turning one’s all-consuming passion into perfection requires dedication to the craft and determination for excellence. Some of the wonderful margaritas

HERRADURA HORSESHOE MARGARITA


2 Parts Tequila Herradura Silver
1 Parts Fresh Squeezed Lime Juice
0.75 Part Agave Nectar
1 Lime Wedge (Garnish)
Combine all the ingredients in a shaker with ice, shake hard so that some of the ice melts, then strain over fresh ice. Garnish with lime wedge.

 

FRENCH MARGARITA


1.5 oz Tequila Herradura Silver
0.75 oz Chambord Liqueur
0.75 oz Pomegranate Juice
0.5 oz Lime Juice
Raspberries (Garnish)
Shake ingredients with ice and strain into margarita or martini glass. Garnish with raspberries.

 

About Tequila Herradura
Tequila Herradura is an ultra-premium 100% agave tequila crafted by Casa Herradura in Amatitán, Jalisco, the last true Tequila-producing hacienda on the planet and one of Mexico’s most historic and renowned Tequila producers. Since 1870, Casa Herradura has been hand-harvesting and estate bottling 100% agave Tequila using only the most mature blue agave and artisanal methods, such as slow cooking the agave in traditional clay ovens and using natural fermentation. Tequila Herradura is distilled twice and aged to perfection in American white oak barrels. Tequila Herradura Silver, Reposado, Añejo, Ultra and Selección Suprema Extra Añejo are available throughout the U.S., Mexico, and more than 80 other countries around the world. For more information about Tequila Herradura, visit www.herradura.com/ or connect with Tequila Herradura on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

 

 

Exclusive Patron Margaritas for International Margarita Day

Happy International Margarita Day everyone!! One thing we love is to get the heads up, the advance notice, the sneak peek at things the everyday person may not get to see firsthand. It’s why we love introducing emerging designers, products, and brands to you guys.Who doesn’t love to get the exclusive news, or photograph, or gossip? It’s kind of ego boosting to help someone discover something they might fall in love with! This is why we’re so excited to present these never before seen Patron Margaritas, just in time for International Margarita Day!

Razorfish – Patron

We’re going to take you on a whirlwind, and worldwide tour of Patron margaritas that will blow your tastebuds away. These new Patron margaritas are custom crafted by bartenders from around the world. These cocktail creations come complete with international influence, and fresh and unique ingredients, as they boast cultural inspirations from around the world. If you’re looking for an exotic take on the classic cocktail, Patron Tequila has got you covered with these seven adventurous margarita recipes from Shaun Gordon of Truman Tavern, Hemant Pathak of Junoon, Mindy Kucan of Oregon, Alexander Kady of Denver, Reisler Morales of Mexico City, Sophie Bratt of England, and Max Greco of Australia. We’re just excited to try one…..or all of these Patron margaritas.

High Plains Drifter Margarita, Charred Pineapple & Sage
Created by Shaun Gordon, Truman Tavern – Atlanta

Razorfish – Patron

1.5 oz Patrón Silver
.5 oz Patrón Citrónge Orange
2 Slices charred pineapple
.25 oz Yuzu juice*
.5 oz Fresh lime juice
.25 oz Simple syrup
+ 4 Sage leaves, 2 for garnish
+ 2 dash Lime bitters
+ Slice charred pineapple for garnish
+ Chipotle salt rim**

*If Yuzu juice is not available, substitute 2 parts lemon juice: 1 part orange juice.

**Chipotle salt rim
.5 Cup salt + .75 tsp dried chipotle powder

Char 2 pineapple slices and reserve one slice. Combine two pieces pineapple, 4 sage leaves and simple syrup in shaker and muddle. Add remaining liquid ingredients and shake vigorously with ice to chill. Double strain onto fresh ice in a chipotle salt-rimmed rocks glass. Garnish with a slice of charred pineapple and two sage leaves.

Mumbai Margarita, Mango & Indian Spices
Created by Hemant Pathak, Junoon – NYC

Razorfish – Patron

1.5 oz Patrón Reposado
.5 oz Patrón Citrónge Lime
1 oz Fresh lime juice
.5 oz Fresh mango puree
.5 oz Spicy rose syrup*
+ Green chili-salt rim**
+ Dehydrated lime wheel for garnish
+ Mint sprig for garnish

*Spicy rose syrup:
Mix .5 oz simple syrup, a jalapeño coin and a dash of rose water.

**Green chili-salt rim:
Fresh green chilis, cilantro and a bit of garlic. Combine ingredients in a cocktail shaker and shake with ice to chill. Strain into a chilled cocktail coupe with a chili-salt rim. Garnish with a dehydrated lime wheel and mint sprig.

Tiki Rita, Grapefruit & Tiki Spices
Created by Mindy Kucan of Portland, Oregon, USA

Razorfish – Patron

2 oz Patrón Reposado
.5 oz Patrón Citrónge Orange
.5 oz Fresh lime juice
.5 oz Fresh grapefruit juice
.25 oz Vanilla syrup
+ Splash Allspice dram
+ Grated nutmeg for garnish
+ Lime wheel and cloves for garnish
+ Hawaiian sea salt rim
Combine ingredients in a cocktail shaker and shake with ice to chill. Strain onto fresh ice in a Tiki glass that has been rimmed with Hawaiian sea salt. Garnish with freshly grated nutmeg and a lime wheel pierced with three cloves and grated nutmeg.

Tropicante Margarita, Mango & Fresh Avocado
Created by Alexander Kady of Denver, Colorado

Patron MOTY 2017

 

1.75 oz Patrón Reposado
.5 oz Patrón Citrónge Mango
.5 oz Light agave syrup
1 oz Fresh lime juice
.25 Medium avocado
+ Short dash celery bitters
+ Short dash grapefruit bitters
+ Chipotle chili salt*
+ Sliced mango for garnish

*Chipotle chili salt:
.5 Cup of salt
1 T chipotle powder

Cut the avocado in half and remove the pit. Scoop out half of one side and add to cocktail tin, mashing with a spoon until soft. Add liquid ingredients to the tin, use a spoon to release avocado from the side of the tin, and “dry shake” the contents (without ice) until the avocado is broken up and emulsified. Rim a double old fashioned glass with chipotle chili salt* and fill with ice. Add ice to shaker tin and shake vigorously until well chilled. Use a mesh strainer to “fine strain” the cocktail into the iced glass. Garnish with a ribbon of mango.

Coralina Margarita, Red Wine & Hibiscus
Created by Reisler Morales of Mexico City, Mexico

Razorfish – Patron

1.75 oz Patrón Reposado
.75 oz Patrón Citrónge Orange
.75 oz Simple syrup
1 oz Fresh lime juice
.5 oz Red Wine (Mexican, or other)
+ Sugar-salt rim*

*Sugar-salt rim:
Pulverize .25 cup dried hibiscus in a spice grinder. Add .25 cup sugar and .25 cup kosher salt and pulse until combined.

Combine Patrón Reposado, Patrón Citrónge Orange, simple syrup and lime juice in a shaker tin; add ice and shake vigorously. Strain into a chilled cocktail coupe rimmed with sugar-salt rim.* Carefully float red wine on the surface of the cocktail and garnish with a lime wheel.

English Garden Margarita, Green Peas & Earl Grey
Created by Sophie Bratt of London, England

Razorfish – Patron

1.5 oz / 50 ml Patrón Silver
.5 oz / 15 ml Patrón Citrónge Orange
.75 oz / 20 ml Fresh lemon juice
.5 oz / 15 ml Apricot liqueur
.5 oz / 15 ml Earl Grey tea syrup*
+ 3 Drops orange flower water
+ 2 Sugar snap peas, one for garnish
+ 2 Sprigs mint, one for garnish
+ Pumpkin oil and smoked salt rim

*Earl Grey tea syrup:
Combine simple syrup with hot water and 5 tea bags.

In the bottom of a cocktail shaker, muddle 1 sugar snap pea and 1 mint sprig with Earl Grey tea syrup.* Add liquid ingredients to a cocktail shaker, along with 1 cracked sugar snap pea and 1 sprig of mint. Fill a cocktail shaker with ice and shake vigorously. Use a fine strainer to strain into glass rimmed with pumpkin oil and smoked salt. Garnish with mint sprig and sugar snap pea.

Pacific Rim Margarita, Coconut & Jalapeno
Created by Max Greco of Sydney, Australia

Razorfish – Patron

1.5 oz / 50 ml Patrón Silver
.5 oz / 15 ml Patrón Citrónge Orange
.25 oz / 7.5 ml Spicy coconut syrup* (Monin or similar)
.75 oz / 25 ml Yuzu juice
.25 oz Fresh lime juice
+ Pinch smoked salt (optional)
+ Lemon wheel for garnish
+ Dehydrated lime salt rim**

*Spicy coconut syrup:
Infuse coconut syrup with a few slices of jalapeño until a pleasant spiciness emerges. Strain out solids using a mesh strainer. Store in refrigerator.

**Dehydrated lime salt rim:
Using a zester or fine grater, remove 1 tablespoon of zest from a lime. Allow to dry thoroughly on a paper towel. Add dried lime zest to 2 tablespoons salt and pulverize until combined.

If Yuzu juice is not available, substitute 2 parts lemon juice: 1 part white grapefruit juice.Combine ingredients in a cocktail shaker and shake with ice to chill. Strain into a salt-rimmed coupe. Garnish with a lemon wheel.

We hope these Patron Margaritas will help you enjoy the day even more than usual. Do you have one or two favorite Patron Margaritas you’d love to try?

A Roster of Sauza Margarita Recipes for National Margarita Day

Get your cocktail taste buds ready, it’s almost time to celebrate this sacred (and delicious) tequila, triple sec, and lime drink – Margaritas!! What better way to pre-game this celebration than with a full roster of Sauza margarita recipes for National Margarita Day. Today we’re highlighting four unique Sauza margarita recipes to help you honor the day properly. We have just the Sauza Tequila recipe for you whether you prefer the classic margarita, something a little more modern, or downright exotic. These Sauza margarita recipes will sure to please. Ready to get your drink on? Try these four margarita cocktails on for size.

Sauza Tequila Sunrise (Serves 8)


2 cups Sauza Signature Blue Silver
1 cup lime juice
1 cup orange juice
3 cups cranberry juice
8 orange wedges
Add ingredients to a pitcher and stir. Pour over ice into glasses. Garnish each with an orange wedge.

Perfect Pear Margarita (Serves 8)


2 cups Sauza Signature Blue Silver
1 cup simple syrup
1/2 cup lime
1/2 cup lemon
4 peeled pears
8 rosemary sprigs
Add ingredients to an ice-filled pitcher and stir. Pour into margarita glasses and garnish each with a pear slice and rosemary sprig.

Sauza Classic Margarita (Serves 8)


1 ½ cups Sauza Signature Blue Silver 100% Agave Tequila
1 cup lime juice
½ cup DeKuyper Triple Sec Liqueur
½ cup simple syrup
Salt for rimming
Lime wheels
Add ingredients to pitcher and stir. Pour over ice into salt-rimmed margarita glasses. Garnish each with a lime wheel on the rim and serve.

The Late Night Lychee Margarita (Serves 8)


1 1/2 cups Sauza Signature Blue Silver
1/2 cup lychee-infused simple syrup
1/2 cup fresh lime juice
15-20 sprigs of cilantro
8 jalapeño slices
Lychee garnish
Add ingredients to an ice-filled pitcher and stir. Pour over ice into salt-rimmed margarita glasses. Garnish with lychee and cilantro.

What are your thoughts on these Sauza margarita recipes? Which would you like to indulge in first? If you have a favorite margarita recipe of your own, we invite you to share it with us. Happy National Margarita Day!

Holidays w/ Danzka Vodka and the Financial Women’s Association

Because today was all about the celebration of women’s rights, strength, and power, we thought what better time to tell you about the time we spent with Danzka Vodka and the Financial Women’s Association, as we toasted the 60th anniversary of the organization at Nasdaq Marketsite. The event offered two delicious Danzka Vodka cocktails, both with names inspired by Nasdaq.

To remind you guys, the multiple award-winning Danzka Vodka is well-known as the world’s best traveling premium vodka, thanks to its aluminum packaging. The one and only vodka that won’t break while traveling.  Also, unlike many other vodka brands who use potatoes, molasses, and by-products, Danzka Vodka is made only from 100% whole grain. Danzka found that using the whole grain guarantees vodka with much more complete taste and aroma.

As we previously stated, the Danzka Vodka and the Financial Women’s Association event featured two wonderful cocktails, the Danzka Blue Chip cocktail, and the Danzka Ticker Tape cocktail. To help you recreate these wonderful drinks for yourself, or your next party, we have provided the recipes for both below:

DANZKA BLUE CHIP

1 oz. Danzka Vodka
2/3 oz. Blue Curacao
5 Dashes Orange Bitters
4 oz. Sparkling Wine
Load glass with chilled carbonate free ingredients, stir to mix. Finish with sparkling wine. Garnish with orange zest or kumquat.

DANZKA TICKER TAPE

1 oz Danzka Vodka
1 oz. St. Germain
3 oz Sparkling Wine
5 Dashes grapefruit Bitters
Load glass with chilled ingredients in order of recipe. Garnish with long grapefruit twist

In honor of the spirit of the day, we have to ask for all women to sign up for organizations like the Financial Women’s Association. It is absolutely in your best interest to help and support each other, and, of course, make those strong connections if you have an entrepreneurial dream of your own. We hope to once again have the pleasure of attending another Danzka Vodka and the Financial Women’s Association event soon. And we hope all of our female readers help make our forces and voices stronger. We also want to say cheers to Danzka Vodka for sponsoring this celebration.

An Evening with Devotion Vodka and Exhibitionism: The Rolling Stones

We had the pleasure of enjoying an amazing night of mind-blowing experiences of delicious Devotion Vodka cocktails, and an epic exhibition of the iconic British rock band, the Rolling Stones.  The evening with Devotion Vodka and Exhibitionism: The Rolling Stones began at the famed Sugar Factory, known the world over for their celebrity-endorsed Couture Pops. We know what you thinking, isn’t Devotion Vodka sugar-free? Yes, along with it being gluten-free and the first vodka to have a nutrition label, Devotion Vodka is sugar-free. But for tonight, The sugar Factory gave us what Devotion Vodka took away…….sugar.

Since Devotion vodka is sugar-free, we were okay with other ingredients, which included candy inside of, and as garnishes on the evening’s cocktails. As we stated, the event was in celebration of Devotion Vodka and Exhibitionism: The Rolling Stones exhibit, so our first cocktail honored both.

We started out with the delicious, dark blue Sugar & Stones cocktail, which was created with the original Devotion vodka flavor, cotton candy, and gummy lips; then proceeded to the humongous Lollipop Passion cocktail (it comes in a goblet), made with Devotion Coconut Vodka, and garnished with two Unicorn Pops and Candy Necklace. The Lollipop Passion cocktail was so big, we didn’t get a chance to enjoy the Sunshine Tea cocktail (featured below), made with Devotion Tiki Tea and Devotion Citrus vodkas).

After we enjoyed our fill of delicious libations, we headed over to the Exhibitionism: The Rolling Stones exhibit at Industria, which is open until March 12th, 2017. Whether you’re a diehard fan of the Rolling Stones or not, this immersive and interactive exhibition is a must-see, featuring several floors filled with everything Rolling Stones memorabilia.

Exhibitionism – The Rolling Stones tells the story of the most Influential rock ‘n’ roll band in the world, allowing visitors to experience their incredible musical journey through an immersive exhibit, from their early days living together in a tiny apartment to headlining the biggest stages in the world.

One of our favorite experiences from Exhibitionism was the Style and Fashion Gallery, which featured fashions from Alexander McQueen, Prada, Dior, Gucci, Hedi Slimane, Ossie Clark, L’Wren Scott, Jean Paul Gaultier, Mr. Fish, and much more, spanning from the 1960s to the present.

The exhibition features over 300 Rolling Stones items, including a vintage guitar gallery, rare instruments and lyric books, backstage and touring paraphernalia, album art, photography, stage designs and personal diaries and letters.

The exhibit also includes sound mixing desks, interactive displays, a screening cinema narrated by Martin Scorsese, video experiences, an immersive backstage recreation that leads into an amazing 3D concert finale. To see more, we suggest you absolutely stop by and experience the exhibition for yourself, you won’t be disappointed. We’d love to say a special thank you to Devotion Vodka and Exhibitionism: The Rolling Stones for an amazing night.