Colonial Cocktails - September 19

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Tuesday September 19

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5:30 PM  –  7:30 PM


Join us for a night of colonial mixology! Carin Bloom, Historic Charleston Foundation’s Manager of Education, will teach guests about unusual cocktails from Charleston’s past. The class will offer light bites and three cocktail samples. Join us at the historic Captain James Missroon House, 40 East Bay Street in the Community Room overlooking the Battery, from 5:30 – 7:00 pm on Tuesday, September 19th.

Registration is required ahead of time and space is limited. Participants must be at least 21 years old and IDs are required.
This event is sponsored by Mt. Gay, the oldest rum distillery in the world dating back to 1703. A Mt. Gay representative will be present throughout the event to offer rum or gin samples and answer questions about the brand's rich heritage. Carin will dive into the connection between Barbados and Charleston and the origins of the rum trade. 
Rum based cocktails will be served on the June 29th, August 31st, and September 19th dates. Gin based cocktails will be featured on July 27th.

Please arrive promptly by 5:30 pm. Please be aware that some of the drink recipes have unusual ingredients, and we cannot make adjustments for dietary restrictions.