Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Art in the Age introduce newest liquor: RHUBY

Based off of an old Philadelphia recipe for Rhubarb Tea, Art in the Age's newest organic liquor is sure to tantalize your taste buds. Yum!

Art in the Age introduce newest liquor: RHUBY

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Art in the Age's newest organic liquor is based off of an old Philadelphia recipe for Rhubarb Tea.

"Like ROOT and SNAP, RHUBY is based on a centuries old Pennsylvania recipe and is totally unique in the marketplace. There has never been anything like it…at least not since 1771. This is the year Ben Franklin sent John Bartram America’s first rhubarb seeds. Bartram proceeded to make a delicious garden tea with rhubarb, beets, carrots, lemon, petitgrain, cardamom, pink peppercorn, coriander, vanilla, and pure cane sugar. We took this recipe and turned it into a spirit!"

Expect RHUBY to hit PA store shelves in mid-August. Read more about the product here.

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