Join us at BB’s Stage Door Canteen as cocktail historian Elizabeth Pearce leads an exploration of the rise of rum's popularity and production during World War II! Did you know, for example, that "Rum and Coca-Cola" was one of the most requested Andrews Sisters songs on USO tours? Elizabeth will also highlight rum’s important place in New Orleans drinking culture. You won’t want to miss this evening of cocktails and history!
Price: $50 ($47 Members)
Includes 3 sample tastings
Note: The National WWII Museum follows all COVID-19 CDC guidelines. Guests must stay with their party at their assigned table. Masks are required to be worn unless eating or drinking. This is for the safety of our patrons as well as our lecturer. For more information on our procedures, please visit nationalww2museum.org/know-before-you-go.