Sunday, July 12, 2009

Flavor Tripping Party with The Berry Fairy








Flavor Tripping Party with The Berry Fairy

WHAT: The Berry Fairy is bringing Miracle Berry Flavor Tripping to Austin, TX.
A portion of the event’s proceeds will be donated to the local charity We
Are Learning.

Miracle berries are a native West African fruit that have an extraordinary
effect when consumed. The "miracle" is that everything sour and bitter
eaten afterwards will taste sweet for up to 2 hours. Lemons will taste like
lemonade, vinegar like apple juice, goat cheese like cream cheese
frosting, and stout beers like chocolate milk!

Admission includes one miracle berry and a bacchanalian banquet of
foods specially selected for the flavor tripping. Tito’s Vodka will be
sponsoring a mad-mixologist vodka bar for guests to create their own
taste-defying tonics.

WHEN: Wednesday, July 29, 2009 from 6:00-8:00pm.

WHERE: The Belmont, 305 West 6th Street Austin, TX 78701. For more information
about The Belmont, please visit http://www.thebelmontaustin.com/

COST: $40. Tickets will be available online through Paypal at
www.theberryfairy.com. The event is expected to sell out.


About The Berry Fairy:
The Berry Fairy was founded by Jenny Wang, head hound and founder of the Houston
Chowhounds, an extremely active foodie group that is the force behind many exciting
food-related events in Houston. Comprised of food writers, bloggers, photographers,
chefs, sommeliers, local culinary celebrities, and people who just have a passion for food,
it currently has almost 450 members. Jenny is also the food writer for 002 Magazine and a
contributing writer for Houston Modern Luxury’s e-zine, Juli b. She has thrown several
Flavor Tripping Parties in Houston which received extensive media coverage from the
Houston Chronicle, Houston Press, and Houstonist here and here. Photos and details from
past events are available at www.TheBerryFairy.com.

About the We Are Learning:
We Are Learning is a non-profit organization based in Austin, TX that provides social and
learning opportunities for children with special educational needs. The organization was
founded by Brandon McKeithen who serves as the headmaster and executive director.
For more information, visit www.WeAreLearning.org.

1 comment:

Lea said...

Yay! I can't wait!