Join us for a four course Chef’s Table Dinner with Animas Mezcal. Our special guest Andrea Ptacnik, importer of Animas will be our guide.
This month, we welcome Andrea Ptacnik, importer of Mezcal Animas.
She will be our guide in walking through four wonderful expressions which will include an Espadin, Cupreata, Karwinskii and an Ensamble with Cupreata and Espadin. Executive Chef Adrian Villarreal will be creating a special four course meal that is paired to pair with each specific mezcal.
Please join us for a happy hour between 5-7 featuring Mezcal Animas.
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Join us as we host Robert Horton, who runs the Mexican Spirits Porfolio of JVS Imports, as he guides us through a variety of Mexican spirits.
Robert Horton will be our guide in exploring the many of the wonderful spirits that come out of Mexico. Horton’s portfolio includes some of the best mezcals out there as well as Uruapan Charanda, a rum that can only be found in Michoacan.
The proceeds of this event will go to support a musical school in Uruapan that provides hope and an alternative to the kids on the streets often controlled by the drug cartel. The money goes to help paying for the tuition and instruments needed by the students. Its rare to find a family in Uruapan that hasn’t been effected by the drug cartel. Robert Horton & JVS IMports will be matching every dollar raised.
And we will also host a happy hour between 5-7 pm featuring Charanda Uruapan.
An hour long meditation and mezcal tasting class taught in a beautiful setting by our maestro mezcalier and a fantastic mindfulness teacher hosted by Amaras Mezcal, one of the leaders in sustainability of mezcal, planting over 80,000 agaves last year.
This hour long ceremony will be led by our meditation teacher and Mezcal sommelier who will be serving intentionally curated artisanal mezcals.
Throughout the experience we will practice gratitude by thinking of everything that went into bringing that spirit to us—the rain and sun that helped the agave plant grow, the jimador who had to find the plants in the wild and harvest them under the pressing sun, the love and care that went into the whole artisanal production process, and the traditions that were passed on from generation to generation.
We will close with a contemplation meditation that is meant to give us the time and space to think and ponder about all the aspects of this experience, and how it relates to the rest of your life.
Remember to reserve your seat.