Bittermilk: Charleston Newest Beverage Products to Launch
Not sure the best way to use them? Not to fear, the Rayas have suggested recipes printed on the bottle and there are 12 easy to use recipes via videos on their website.
So how did this project come about anyway? “Joe is the idea man,” stated MariElena. “He is always experimenting and playing with things in a scientific and tasty way, and the compounds just came about.” Plans call for another dozen or so new flavors in the future and they will add a line of merchandise to sell and promote the brand. Their sales approach is small and thoughtful and they will make sure their launch and availability is done when and where it makes sense. For example, you can order it at places like The Ordinary and The Gin Joint and then purchase at Two Boroughs Larder, The Charleston Beer Exchange, Bottles and eventually at High Wire Distilling.
They are launching Bittermilk this week and you can taste it at the Charleston Wine + Food Festival Launch Party, Lowcountry Local First’s Field Feast and then at various high profiles events in the city. If you want you can purchase it at their website and it is extremely limited as they will be producing 100 bottles a week.