For Delafield – open house tasting just stop on in!
At Mesh & Bone we are passionate about discovering, sharing and celebrating with people from all corners of the world, one drink at a time.
There’s cidre, or cider, made from fermented apples and pears in France’s Brittany region.
Shochu, a vodka-like liquid distilled from barley, from Japan.
Sotol from Mexico, where one plant takes 15 years to mature and makes one bottle of sotol.
Arakku, from the sap of the coconut flower. It’s all but impossible to find outside of Sri Lanka–until now.
Hosted by Scott Crist, owner of Mesh & Bone, this is going to be an amazing worldwide tour.
In the 20-odd years that Scott Crist lived and worked abroad — eight countries in all, most recently Japan — he ate what the locals ate, drank what they drank and did as they did. Along the way, the Los Angeles native amassed all sorts of insight into each culture. And liquor. A lot of liquor. “I was collecting these drinks for my own bar in my apartment, and I realized I had this whole portfolio,” he said. So three years ago, while in Tokyo, he created his own brand, Mesh and Bone, focused on those elusive spirits he couldn’t find stateside. The drinks are some of the world’s most distinct and obscure, veering all over the map.
Tasting is limited to two samples per person.Back to Events