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Discovering the New York Craft Spirits Boom shares the stories of 30 New York craft spirit distillers, their journey to success, and their emphasis on using locally grown products. It is an intimate look into each of their struggles, triumphs, and the decision to embark upon this journey.

We will be booking media appearances for this Author as well as book signing events in the Author hometown as well as additional cities and states.

All The Tastes of New York introduces us to the new movement, of “Farm to Glass” through new book, Discovering the New York Craft Spirits Boom”. The book shares the stories of 30 New York craft spirit distillers, their journey to success, and their emphasis on using locally grown products. It is an intimate look into each of their struggles, triumphs, and the decision to embark upon this journey. Distillers that distill spirits such as Whiskey, Bourbon, Gin, Vodka and much more!

Heather Dolland is the Founder of All The Tastes Of New York. All The Tastes of New York, partners with a number of culturally-diverse restaurants throughout Manhattan—from trendy neighborhood bistros to fine-dining establishments by offering Food Crawls. Appetizer, Entrée and Dessert are each enjoyed at neighboring establishments. With their emphasis on eating local and supporting the Farm-To-Table movement, they are now bringing attention to drinking local and the Renaissance of the Farm-To-Glass movement. Foreword by Julie C. Suarez, Assistant Dean, Cornell University:  “Walking the halls of the state capitol in 2007 with a small but committed group of farmers and food entrepreneurs, I never imagined that the creation of a new farm distillery license category would spark such tremendous growth. At the time, I was convinced this law would merely be a small change, enabling a few farmers the opportunity to grow crops for a niche market and opening doors for the next generation to start up their own distillery and add value to the home farm. This book demonstrates the economic growth that can occur from positive public policy. A thoughtful profile of each distillery, beautiful photographs and of course, excellent cocktail recipes make this book a treasure for local foodies.”