We would like to recognize those companies and individuals who have played a critical roll in
making sure that The Museum Of The American Cocktail™
has the necessary resources to be able to provide it's members with an accurate and engaging experience. Without their support it
would be impossible for us to have taken on this project.
These people have donated $20,000 or more to the museum this year:
A corporate sponsor is a beverage company or hotel/bar chain that has donated $12,000 to the museum this year:
These individuals, companies, or corporations, have donated $7,000 to the museum this year:
|The innovation of the Cointreau family for over 150 years has made Cointreau one of the world's most famous and successful liqueurs. Today, Cointreau is sold in more than 200 countries. Thirteen million bottles are sold every year... that's over 350 million glasses of Cointreau! It is the authentic choice of many top bartenders, and you will always find Cointreau in the smartest and most fashionable bars.|
We would also like to recognize those companies and individuals who have diligently worked hard and helping us meet a variety of needs of the museum by generously providing us with services or supplies this year that have been invaluable in helping us with our exhibits, projects, and events:
|DrinkBoy.com is a website that since 1998 has been dedicated to providing clear and concise information about the art of the cocktail.
In addition to the hand-picked listing of cocktails, and articles that focus on the helping people understand it's culinary potential, the
website also hosts a discussion forum where many of the worlds leading bartenders and mixologists gather to share insights, information, and
To truly appreciate and respect the culinary potential of the cocktail, it is critical to understand it's origins and it's history.
I feel that the Museum of the American Cocktail provides the general public with an excellent and unique opportunity to really
comprehend what the cocktail is, and can be."
You can visit the website at http://www.DrinkBoy.com, and participate in the online discussion forum at
Southern Food & Beverage Museum
Tales of the Cocktail
|Tales of the Cocktail is a culinary and cocktail festival features award-winning mixologists, authors, bartenders, chefs and designers in the New Orleans French Quarter at five days of cocktail events such as dinner-pairings, cocktail demos and tastings, seminars, mixing competitions, design expos, book-signings and much more. Measuring their success in garnishes, Tales of the Cocktail 2008, used 8085 mint leaves, 6 cups of Goji berries, 280 liters of lime juice, 350 liters of lemon juice, 2340 jalapeño slices and 6 thousand pounds of ice and for more than thousands of sippers!|
Saluting a Great American Tradition|
An Educated and Responsible Approach to the Art of the Cocktail
SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS