Enjoy retirement, Matt! Good luck with future endeavors! ✌️🙃 #LakersNation
'tis the season - throwing it back to this @vintageframes inspired capture at @agendashow // @libertyfairs LV. who's going this winter?
This isn’t a humble brag... it’s just a full on shameless brag, but I’m overwhelmed with gratitude to have been in the LA Times yesterday to talk about Hamilton and my early career here in the City of Angels. It is a full circle moment for me. I moved here from Ohio many years ago without knowing a thing about this city. The only reason I have a career is because the theatre scene in LA welcomed me with open arms. As we begin our last three weeks here with Hamilton I want to say thank you to all the artists here who have supported me from the beginning. I love you. @garrymarshalltheatre @thetroubies #losangeles#theatre
Being extra on some stairs 🙄 .. If u want a pair of my fav seamless leggings they are now back in stock @doyoueven 🔥
Goodbye Los Angeles and my four wheeled friend, for the holidays. See you in the New Year...@Jaguar #losangeles#timetofly
GIVEAWAY ALERT! Shine (or smile bright) this holiday season! My lovely dentist Dr Leedia at @rdentalgroup in Beverly Hills and I are partnering to give away a professional teeth whitening session worth more than $500 to one lucky winner. Just follow @rdentalgroup and comment below what makes you happy about the holiday season and that’s it! Winner will be announced 12 pm PT this Thursday! (PS: Dr.Leedia is the sweetest dentist ever - highly recommend her for all things dental in LA)
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Day 11 of the #25DaysOfMezcal ! 🥃
Visit us in Hollywood to try today's featured bottle, Tobasiche Single Maguey by @BozalMezcal.
A subspecies of the Karwinskii Family of agave, the Tobasiche is a wild agave that needs twelve to thirteen years to fully mature. This agave is typically characterized by its herbaceous and cedar-like aromatics with an earthy finish.
With an unconventional sweet nose this mezcal exerts traces of quince, anise, and strong minerality. This bouquet is complimented by rich herbaceous botanicals on the finish.
The Spanish term, bozal translates to “wild” or “untamed.” The name for this bottle references the wild species of Mexican agave grown in hard to reach, uncultivated lands of Oaxaca and Guerrero. As well as for the untamed traditions used by the family operated distilleries, or mezcaleros, to distill small batches in those same locations.
In keeping with the 200-year-old tradition, the agave hearts are cooked in earthen pit ovens, later to be crushed and mashed by a stone Tehona wheel turned by a horse. Without the addition of artificial yeast, open-air fermentation allows the sugars to ferment utilizing naturally occurring yeast. The mezcal is then purified through a double distillation process.