On Sunday afternoon, October 27
, join Women Who Whiskey L.A. and Cartwheel Art founder Cindy Schwarzstein for a custom, mural-centric version
of Cartwheel Art’s popular Underground L.A. tour.
We’ll view evocative murals above and below the streets of Downtown Los Angeles.
We’ll also have private access to a defunct, former, underground speakeasy that is not open to the public. There we’ll see old murals, one of which is rumored to be a map showing the way to illicit underground bars, while others are said to show some of the tunnels that bootleggers used for smuggling alcohol during Prohibition!
The tour will end at the King Eddy Saloon
where Charles Bukowsk
i wrote and drank. We’ll enjoy a welcome cocktail
and raise a glass to spirits past and present with a guided tasting of two Slow Hand Six Wood Whiskeys
(regular and cask strength) as well as Amber
and City Bright Gins
distilled by Greenbar Distillery
: L.A.’s first legal distillery post-Prohibition as well as the producer of the largest portfolio of organic spirits in the world.