The GOODS from Odd Society Spirits
Vancouver, BC | The Amazon Rainforest continues to burn and conservation efforts desperately need our support.
The beating heart of Odd Society Spirits Mia Amata Amaro is the Muira Puama plant sustainably harvested in the Brazilian Amazon. The flavour profile of Mia Amata was built around the savoury, musky-sweet essence of this botanical.
As land is poached and cleared, devastating fires spread, compromising the incredible biodiversity of life in the Amazon rainforest. To contribute to conservation efforts, Odd Society Spirits along with a handful of other caring and dedicated Vancouver establishments, will donate proceeds from the sales of a version of the Paper Plane cocktail, using Odd Society Spirits Mia Amata Amaro, to the Rainforest Foundation until Sunday, September 22 (dates may vary at each venue).
Stop by one of the Bartenders For The Amazon participating restaurants and bars — Cabrito, Juke, The Mackenzie Room, Odd Society Spirits, Tocador and The Union — to sip on a unique take on the Paper Plane while giving back to the rainforest that helped create your delicious drink.
The Rainforest Foundation partners with indigenous communities in initiatives to give local people the skills and tools to act against illegal deforestation, as well as to re-forest stripped land. You can learn more about this organization and make additional donations by visiting https://rainforestfoundation.org.
About Odd Society Spirits | Odd Society Spirits is a small-batch B.C. craft-certified distillery located in the heart of East Vancouver. Dedicated to combining old-world distilling traditions with new-world ingredients and ingenuity, Odd Society Spirits has created a family of spirits that entice and intrigue. Open Thursday through Sunday, Odd Society Spirits distillery and cocktail lounge is located at 1725 Powell St., Vancouver, B.C.