I shot this series during the heart of January on a gloomy day. Magically, the sun broke through the clouds for a couple of hours while I was shooting. It was like the sun wanted to make an exclusive visit to Bedford- Stuyvesant, Brooklyn. The winter breeze was actually comforting. With just a cardigan on, it didn’t bother me at all. It was the picture perfect scene, me gazing off my roof top and sipping 1800 Tequila in the twilight. Yards are a rare find in the city, which is why I love to spend a lot much time on my roof. When you think about it roofs are pretty much a New York lawn minus the mowing and watering. Sure the parks are great but it’s nice to just hop up a few stairs and be outside in your own “private” area. I’m lucky enough to have an awesome view of Brooklyn which I try to take full advantage of and get inspiration from. There’s no place like home! So happy to keep these New York posts coming, it’s truly my favorite place ever. Sometimes I’ll even take my 1800 Tequila up with me to work for a short period of time.
3 keywords came to mind when we were shooting. 1.Intensity, 2. Uniqueness and 3. Spirit. The setting was indeed a New York staple but I didn’t know it would symbolize 1800 Tequila so similarly with its surroundings. No matter where you explore, you should always be suited with a scent. I personally prefer the classic aged for daytime activities and events, and the new luxury for evening. It has darker tones and notes that’s perfect for a hint of mystery.
With a variety of flavors and mixes for any occasion, it can be hard to choose a favorite. I particularly enjoyed the Coconut and Anejo collection. 1800 Tequila’s signature double distilled, coconut infused tequila has a slightly sweet and tropical taste which tastes great mixed with fruit juice. The Anejo batch has a spicy finish which makes it perfect for sipping.
It is the drink that complements the Man of Today and his path to success, making it perfect winter days on the roof or a night out in the city. If you want to try out some of the drinks we enjoyed, visit the 1800 Tequila website.
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