New Product Spotlight: Art in the Age RHUBY
From the same people that brought you ROOT and SNAP, they now introduce to you RHUBY. RHUBY will take you back to 1771, with a modern twist. In 1771, Ben Franklin sent John Bartram America’s first rhubarb seeds. Bartram proceeded to make a delicious garden tea with rhubarb, beets, carrots, lemon, petitgrain, cardamom, pink peppercorn, coriander, vanilla, and pure cane sugar. Art in the Age took that recipe and made it into a spirit… and RHUBY was born.
From the people that brought us Root & Snap
THERE IS NOW RHUBY!
Back in July the good people at Art in the Age sponsored The Slingluff Gallery‘s opening and which we made lemonades made from scratch with ginger, honey, lemons, and of course Snap or Root . It was a big hit and tasted amazing on that warm July night.
I’m back after a busy week of prepping for my Opa Glendi night last Thursday. I wasn’t too busy, though, to accept an invitation to a tasting at Talula’s Garden for a new line of spirits by Art in The Age. I gathered on Monday evening with a group of local foodies to enjoy some cocktails made with Rhuby, a beverage distilled from certified organic rhubarb, beets, carrots, lemon, pink peppercorns, petigrain and cane sugar.
RHUBY’S REVEREND: Michael Alan Exhibit this Friday at Art in the Age
This First Friday, Art in the Age will open their September exhibition, THE REVEREND’S RHUBY, featuring the work of the Reverend Michael Alan.
South Florida tastes new American liqueurs
Root, Snap, and Rhuby – three new 80-proof premium distilled spirits from the birthplace of American democracy – are coming to take South Florida taste buds by storm.
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