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Cocktail Creations with Adam Teeter (MBA '14), Co-founder & CEO of VinePair


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Join us for a virtual cocktail demonstration with Adam Teeter (MBA '14), co-founder and CEO of VinePair. VinePair is a multi-dimensional drinks publication and website that covers wine, beer and spirits, with reviews, recipes, contests and an online shop.

Adam will demonstrate The Tommy's Margarita, a classic Gin Martini and a traditional Old Fashioned, each with a variation or two.  You can take copious notes or you can pick up the ingredients ahead of time to mix your own cocktails along with Adam.

Here are the ingredients, with ice, cocktail shaker and glasses on hand:
  • Tommy's Margarita: blanco tequila, fresh lime juice, agave nectar, salt
  • Gin Martini: gin, dry vermouth, lemon twist or olives
  • Old Fashioned: bourbon or rye whiskey, simple syrup (equal parts boiled sugar and water), Angostura bitters, lemon and orange twists
You'll enjoy this event even if you don't mix along with Adam - so please register via Zoom!

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More about Adam Teeter: 
Adam Teeter is the co-founder and CEO of VinePair, the most read drinks publication in America. Adam founded the publication in 2014 with Josh Malin and since then has become a recognized authority on industry trends and how drinks brands can effectively grow their market through content, reaching current consumers as well as the growing next generation of drinkers. He has spoken on this topic across the globe including at BCB, Tales of the Cocktail, Vinexpo, Vinitaly and others. Adam is also an adjunct professor at the Columbia School of Journalism, teaching courses on digital media. He holds an MBA from NYU Stern with a specialty in Marketing and Entrepreneurship and a BA in Journalism from Emory University.
More about VinePair:
VinePair is the most read publication in America about drinks. Reaching 32 Million people a month, VinePair believes that drinking is culture. Through our online site, podcasts, print magazine and events, we connect amazing drinks and the people who make them to the world. Exploring culture, business, politics, identity and more, all through the lens of the glass.