Hellooo, happy hour! Well, not for me, but this week needs a little celebration so I thought I’d share this tasty cocktail that we served at our launch party with you. While I didn’t drink it, enough people told me how delicious it was to make me jealous. Apple cider, lemon juice, cinnamon and SNAP liqueur—how could it not be tasty?
Art in the Age's handsome new gin uses old-world botanicals for a woodsy flavor that works in both savory (for him) and sweet (for you) cocktails.
The holidays are full of bad advice for foodies.
What it is: Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction has carved out a unique niche in the Philly booze world, crafting seriously head-whipping spirits inspired by brews and ingredients that were popular in American colonial days.
It's no surprise that the powerful little sage leaf has become a popular cocktail component, and now there's a whole new way to experiment with this savory-herbaceous botanical: SAGE, from the genuises at Art in the Age, producers of the already-beloved ROOT and SNAP, is a spirit that's like a gin at heart - without the requisite juniper.