On Friday, January 6th, I attended a Devotion Vodka tasting at Sugar Factory at 835 Washington Street, followed by a visit to Exhibitionism - The Rolling Stones exhibit. The Sugar Factory was the perfect setting for Devotion Vodka to showcase signature cocktails in Sugar Factory's large goblets, garnished with lollipops and candy necklaces. In case you haven't experienced Devotion Vodka yet, it's the world's first gluten free and sugar free Vodka. It amazes me that my face doesn't turn red and I do not wake up with a hangover when I drink Devotion Vodka!
The signature cocktails during the vodka tasting included Sugar & Stones (Blue Cotton Monin, Coconut Monin, Splash Lemon Spritzer, and Devotion Vodka), Sunshine Tea (Devotion Tiki Tea, Limoncello and Devotion Citrus), and Lollipop Passion (Devotion Citrus, Coconut Rum, and Boulaine Melon).
Exhibitionism - The Rolling Stones at Industria at 775 Washington St. is an incredibly cool exhibit, with a style & fashion gallery that spans from the 1960s to the present, with clothing from Alexander McQueen, Prada, Dior, Gucci, L'Wren Scott, Jean Paul Gaultier and more. There is also a vintage guitar gallery, a reconstruction of 'Edith Grove,' their first shared flat in London, original artworks from Andy Warhol, David Bailey, John Pasche and more, interactive displays, a backstage recreation, and a 3D concert finale. Exhibitionism -The Rolling Stones ends on March 12th so see it while you still can!
Thank you Devotion Vodka for an awesome night of cocktails and The Rolling Stones!
Above imaged courtesy of Devotion Vodka
Check out the images below I took at the vodka tasting and at Exhibitionism - The Rolling Stones exhibit.
- Kim Weling
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