First Whiskey Distillery Since Prohibition Opened In Manhattan
Manhattan, New York: Last month after nearly a seven-year journey New York City welcomed its new swanky chill, speakeasy type spot at 686 Broadway a Whiskey Distillery right in the city, the first since prohibition. The brown is hands down more of a sipping draaankkk, for instance, last night the team and I were in Downtown Atalanta at an 80 bars sippin on Whiskey ourselves and singing along to Jon Jet And The Black Hearts.
Whiskey I feel is a more refined spirit indeed, a business meeting type of drink where plans are broken down and the path to execution can lie. With the emergence of cigar bars the last few years now a whiskey hangout it feels like we’re going back to the Boardwalk Empire, Al Capone days of the roaring 20s’. Essentially we’re in that time 100 years in the future. What have we learned in that time span, too much to talk about here but two things we’re gonna speak on now are that humans enjoy drinking, and they don’t like being told what to do. During these interesting times, people need a place to unwind that’s not full of negative, low vibrating people.
The images from the videos will be sure to tantalize the whiskey lover in all of us even if you don’t enjoy the brown liquor the videos are worth the watch the inside is elegantly decorated and the vibe seems very welcoming. IMUer’s enjoy the videos below and please be sure to subscribe in the top right corner.
Take A Look Inside The Flyest Spot In Manhattan
Source & Video: Reuters
Cover Photo: Reuters
Photo 2: Time Out