Bonus,  Rum,  Tequila

Meet Your Hosts of Sips & Spirits

Welcome to Sips & Spirits! It’s our first episode and we’re excited to get personal. Meet your hosts, discover what’s in our glasses and learn about what we hope to accomplish with this podcast. Give a listen or watch right below!

Listen:

Indrid Cold Cryptid & Cocktail Sips & Spirits

Watch:

Let’s get comfortable and set the mood

This episode is going to be a little different (and almost double in length!) from our regular format as we introduce you to who is behind the mics, clinking glasses in your ear. In future episodes, we introduce you to spooky-themed spirits and cocktails then pair them with a supernatural tale of a complementing spirit.

What’s on the menu?

Erick mixed up The People’s Margarita using The Rock’s Teremana Blanco Small Batch Tequila.

Chelsea reminisced over a Trader Sam’s Shrunken Zombie Head thanks to a recipe from The Theme Park Professor.

Meet Your Hosts

Erick is the mastermind and founder of this ambitious idea. He will be our story-telling bartender with the goal of leaving you with chills after each narrative he spins. He enjoys tequila, scotch whiskeys and werewolves, which Chelsea suspects him of being.

“I want to be strong enough so if I ever get a demon like in “Paranormal Activity” trying to pull me, I can pull back.”

-Erick

Speaking of Erick’s other half, Chelsea is responsible for the alcohol research and technical aspects of the podcast. She’s hoping to put some unique liquors on your radar and good drinks in your glass. She’s a big fan of gin, agricole rums and the Fresno Nightcrawler.

“It’s all about drinking, and cobwebs and going on adventures; especially random ones.”

-Chelsea

Close Your Tab

Thank you so much for joining us around the bar and taking the time to meet your hosts. We hope you’ll stay tuned for even more spooky sips very soon.

Thanks for sipping by!

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