Tabletop: Root and Snap from Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction by

Issue 29 · Cabin Living · July 20, 2011

Tabletop: Root and Snap from Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction

Issue 29 · Cabin Living · July 20, 2011

We recently posted on Philadelphia's Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction; we also like the shop's early American liqueurs—Root and Snap—essential additions to the summer bar. Root was inspired by root tea (the alcoholic precursor to today's root beer), and Snap is its gingery cousin. Learn more at Art in the Age.

Root, Snap, Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction

Above: Root and Snap are packaged in simple cardboard boxes.

Root, Snap, Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction

Above: Befitting the ideals of Art in the Age, Root and Snap are sophisticated spirits steeped in American folk history.

Root, Snap, Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction

Above: The liqueurs can be used in ginger cookies, caramelized vegetables, and as topping for butter cakes and waffles.

Photos via NotCot and Art in the Age.



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