by Ashlea Halpern | July 16, 2019
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“Opening this fall at the corner of Canal and Magazine, a 12-minute walk from the French Quarter, the Sazerac House promises to be more than a museum. Rather, Sazerac Company is describing the 48,000-square-foot space as “one part microdistillery, two parts interactive cocktail experience.” When it’s ready to go, visitors will learn first-hand how Sazerac Rye Whiskey is distilled, how Peychaud’s Bitters are made, and how Louisianans got sauced back in the 1800s. Tours are self-guided and samples are free for those 21-and-up.”
Here’s to tales of yesterday and cocktails today.