Distilled spirits come from all over the world: Tequila must be made in Mexico, while Scotch must be made in Scotland. Rum ca be made anywhere, but is often made in the Caribbean and Central America. Each of our favorite tasty spirits face specific challenges in terms of environmental responsibility, water usage, labor practices and more. Is your tequila “Bat friendly?”. Where was the rye in your bourbon sourced from?
In this fun and non-preachy cocktail class, you’ll make three different drinks using sustainable brands like Casa Noble Tequila, Westland Whiskey and Novo Fogo Cachaca, along with fresh greenmarket ingredients. Learn how you can upgrade a margarita or mojito with great ingredients and new techniques, while also celebrating Earth Day and gearing up for Cinco de Mayo. Learn how distillers both big and small are making efforts to give back, save the planet or simply make a better product.
Robert Haynes-Peterson is a writer and editor who covers wine, spirits, cocktails, travel and more. His work has appeared in AskMen.com, Daily Beast, Time Out Magazine and more. He is certified by the Wine & Spirits Education Trust and American Sommelier Association.
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