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Desert Door presents 3rd Annual Mesquiteers Fest

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Desert Door, Two Hives Honey, and Miche Bread will virtually present the 3rd Annual Mesquiteers Fest. Livestreamed through Desert Door Instagram and Facebook pages, the event will celebrate the summer’s harvest as participants bid farewell to the familiar yellow blooms atop native Mesquite trees and enjoy the products they make possible.

The festival will include four interactive, virtual events: A Live Honey Harvest, a Mesquite cocktail class and bitters workshop, a Mesquite butter making class (guests are encouraged to have some butter or a non-dairy spread, and some bread to spread it on to complete the experience), and a Q&A with festival founders.

Festival attendees will receive a kit filled with the hosts’ classic mesquite-inspired products and ingredients needed to participate in the festival’s virtual events. The kit features two bottles of Two Hive’s honey, one Mesquite and one creamed; two 50 mL bottles of Desert Door Original Texas Sotol with cocktail ingredients; and Mesquite Flour from Miche Bread. The kit also includes a special edition Mesquiteers Fest 2020 print.

Guests are encouraged to select their tickets based on the desired kit pickup location. For those unable to visit a pickup location, email bobbi@desertdoor.com for further assistance.

Desert Door, Two Hives Honey, and Miche Bread will virtually present the 3rd Annual Mesquiteers Fest. Livestreamed through Desert Door Instagram and Facebook pages, the event will celebrate the summer’s harvest as participants bid farewell to the familiar yellow blooms atop native Mesquite trees and enjoy the products they make possible.

The festival will include four interactive, virtual events: A Live Honey Harvest, a Mesquite cocktail class and bitters workshop, a Mesquite butter making class (guests are encouraged to have some butter or a non-dairy spread, and some bread to spread it on to complete the experience), and a Q&A with festival founders.

Festival attendees will receive a kit filled with the hosts’ classic mesquite-inspired products and ingredients needed to participate in the festival’s virtual events. The kit features two bottles of Two Hive’s honey, one Mesquite and one creamed; two 50 mL bottles of Desert Door Original Texas Sotol with cocktail ingredients; and Mesquite Flour from Miche Bread. The kit also includes a special edition Mesquiteers Fest 2020 print.

Guests are encouraged to select their tickets based on the desired kit pickup location. For those unable to visit a pickup location, email bobbi@desertdoor.com for further assistance.

Desert Door, Two Hives Honey, and Miche Bread will virtually present the 3rd Annual Mesquiteers Fest. Livestreamed through Desert Door Instagram and Facebook pages, the event will celebrate the summer’s harvest as participants bid farewell to the familiar yellow blooms atop native Mesquite trees and enjoy the products they make possible.

The festival will include four interactive, virtual events: A Live Honey Harvest, a Mesquite cocktail class and bitters workshop, a Mesquite butter making class (guests are encouraged to have some butter or a non-dairy spread, and some bread to spread it on to complete the experience), and a Q&A with festival founders.

Festival attendees will receive a kit filled with the hosts’ classic mesquite-inspired products and ingredients needed to participate in the festival’s virtual events. The kit features two bottles of Two Hive’s honey, one Mesquite and one creamed; two 50 mL bottles of Desert Door Original Texas Sotol with cocktail ingredients; and Mesquite Flour from Miche Bread. The kit also includes a special edition Mesquiteers Fest 2020 print.

Guests are encouraged to select their tickets based on the desired kit pickup location. For those unable to visit a pickup location, email bobbi@desertdoor.com for further assistance.

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https://www.eventbrite.com/e/3rd-annual-mesquiteers-fest-tickets-113399414702

TICKET INFO

$42
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