In 1959, on his first trip to research In Cold Blood, Capote packed five bottles of bourbon because he was afraid he wouldn’t be able to buy it in Kansas.
In 1959, on his first trip to research In Cold Blood, Capote packed five bottles of bourbon because he was afraid he wouldn’t be able to buy it in Kansas. He also famously said “there wasn’t much I wouldn’t do for a nickel’s worth of chocolate,” aGLIFF has you covered on both accounts. Indulge like Truman Capote with this Virtual Tasting Class. Marsha Milam, founder of Ben Milam and Milam & Greene Whiskies (and co-founder of the Austin Film Festival) will take attendees through three distinct bourbon’s from her Blanco, TX distillery. Chocolatier and restaurant owner, Krystal Craig of the popular East side Intero Restaurant will pair one of her delectable chocolates with each bourbon to delight your palate. The class includes three 100ml bottles of bourbon and a chocolate flight which will need to be picked up at Intero (2612 E Cesar Chavez, 78702) prior to the class.
$40 for badgeholders, $50 for single ticket buyers
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