I met up with some of my old work crew at the Sazerac where we each had a Sazerac at the Sazerac Official Drink ceremony.
Then I we went it seach of the Grey Goose hospitality area at the Monteleone Hotel but, on the way we got sidetracked by the big Bombay exhibit, Had two drinks there then on to get something to eat at Johnny's Po Boys since all the restaurants were full. Then we stumbled onto the Cointreau area which after drinking a few Cointreau/tequilla drinks, I was almost done!
Lots of folks from out of town as this event is growing every year and is on the verge of becoming a huge tourist event. Great way for the liquor comapnies to get folks to sample thier product, so the major distrilleries are 100% behind it.
I may go back tonight and find that Grey Goose exhibit !
Drinking in New Orleans link...an awesome daiquiri recipe.
Last edited by Franco; 07-10-2009 at 10:39 AM.
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