September 3, 2008

Organic Cocktails: The Future of Booze?

organic_cocktail.jpgWe just read a nice article about organic and sustainable cocktails, and we have to say - we're starting to be sold on them. Check out this piece on the Slow Food Nation Conference, and their new inclusion of organic liquors, for some good perspective on the future of organic, sustainable cocktails. If you're anxious to get drinkin', here are some of the organic spirits featured at the conference:

Spirits on offer included certified organic brands such as Square One Vodka and 4 Copas tequila, well-crafted spirits from artisan San Francisco producers such as eau de vie from St. George Spirits and gin from Distillery 209, and genever from Anchor Distilling.

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at September 3, 2008 12:56 PM
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