San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Salt & Sundry is pleased to host Bittermens creators Janet and Avery Glasser for a very special evening class and tasting: All About Bitters. Learn from the husband and wife team about how bitters are made and the important role they play in creating a well balanced cocktail. Smell, taste and learn as you enjoy two complimentary cocktails, highlighting Bittermens award-winning flavors, crafted by DC's own Dan Searing, spirits specialist and author.
Armed with innovative recipes and ideas, guests will take home a bottle of Bittermens handcrafted bitters to mix up their own creations. Additional bottles will be available for purchase that evening.
Seating for the class is limited. Free parking is available in the Union Market parking lot, with an entrance on Sixth Street NE. For additional questions, drop us a line at email@example.com.
While living in San Francisco in early 2007, Avery and Janet Glasser used high proof spirit and a variety of herbs, peels and spices to create an extract of a traditional Mexican cooking sauce. This extract became the prototype recipe for their Xocolatl Mole Bitters. After a recent move from Brooklyn, Bittermens line of bitters is now handcrafted from primarily organic ingredients in New Orleans. Learn more at bittermens.com, Twitter @bittermens, facebook.com/bittermens.
About Dan Searing
Dan Searing has been pursuing his passion for craft made alcoholic beverages as a Spirits Specialist with the American Still Life Collection since its launch in 2011. He is also the author of The Punch Bowl: 75 Recipes Spanning Four Centuries of Wanton Revelry and has contributed recipes to Imbibe and Flavor. Searing is also a co-owner of Washington, DC bar Room 11, named by Eater.com as one of the 25 Hottest Cocktail Bars in the USA, and a founding member of the DC Craft Bartenders Guild. He is a native of the Washington, DC area where he lives with his wife and daughter.
About Salt & Sundry
Salt & Sundry is DC's newest destination for stylish homewares. The shop, located inside the revitalized Union Market, offers a curated selection of dinnerware, furniture, barware and small-batch food products. The cocktail section rounds up some of the best ingredients available, including bitters, organic simple syrups, shrubs, tonic and grenadine. Visit shopsaltandsundry.com, @saltandsundry, facebook.com/saltandsundry.