Forget the Polar Vortex, this is an arctic blast you’ll want to experience!
Truuli Peak Vodka of Anchorage Alaska is launching into the Connecticut marketplace this week and you’re invited to the party!
On Thursday, January 23rd from 7:30-10:30pm at the acclaimed Post 154 restaurant in Westport, which recently received a “very good” rating from the New York Times (read about my dining experience at Post 154 here), you can sample Alaskan themed hors d’oeuvres and sip on martinis and Truuli Peak Vodka at the outdoor ice bar while listening to music by DJ Scotty Marz.
Named for the ancient Eskimo term for the highest elevation in the Kenai Mountain range just outside Anchorage, Truuli Peak vodka is a handcrafted, “terroir” driven American vodka.
“Terroir” is a French term to describe the unique “human and environmental factors that bind a wine to a specific place.” For Truuli vodka the Alaskan terroir has helped to create a distilled vodka made from 95% Delta Junction Barley, 5% Chugach wildflower honey, and pure glacial water from Eklutna Lake.
When: Thursday, January 23rd, 7:30-10:30pm
Where: Post 154, 154 Post Road, Westport
Details: No cover charge; cash bar; outdoor ice bar (don’t forget your winter attire!); complimentary hors d’oeuvres; music by DJ Scotty Marz.
If you’d like a private table, call 203-454-1054 for a reservations.
Hope to see you there!