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Charleston Shaken and Stirred
Sep 27, 2014 • By Places Real Estate • 0 Comments
Charleston has no shortage of talented mix-masters, stirring up custom concoctions at the area’s most popular restaurants and watering holes. Walk through the doors of any Charleston culinary establishment and you find drinks like, the Antique Modern at the Cocktail Club, the Ting Collins at the Ordinary, and the Bourbon Peach Smash at the Old Village Post House.
Charleston’s affinity and expertise in “wetting one’s whistle” extends well beyond an evening out. Local breweries, distilleries, and cocktail companies are popping up and producing excellent products for the home bar that puts the creativity, and drink-naming, in your hands. Nationally acclaimed, local spirits-related products include Jack Rudy Cocktail Co.’s tonic, Bittermilk’s old fashioned mix, High Wire Distilling Company’s vodka, Westbrook Brewing Co.’s numerous beers, and for the morning after, Fat & Juicy’s bloody Mary mix. All of these are available locally and online and well worth a try.
The ultimate setting for stirring things up at home is 9 2nd Avenue on the Isle of Palms. Complete with a 133″ drop-down movie screen, retractable walls, and water views, this home is modeled after the Ocean Club in the Bahamas and ideal for party hosting. Click here to learn more about 9 2nd Avenue and schedule a private showing.