NYCWFF is the largest wine and food festival in NYC, showcasing the talents of the world’s most renowned chefs, wine and spirit producers, culinary personalities, and television chefs.
The Piñaq Liqueur team poured for 3 days of the festival including The Grand Tasting, NYCWFF's main event at Hudson River Parks’ Pier 76 open-air venue. The Grand Tasting celebrates the best NYC restaurants, chefs and mixologists along with some of the most sought-after wines, beers, spirits. Festival attendees could sample hundreds of wines and spirits from Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits portfolio, taste unlimited dishes from the best restaurants in NYC and beyond at Restaurant Row, and watch culinary demonstrations featuring several Food Network stars. Proceeds from NYCWFF help God’s Love We Deliver support New Yorkers affected by severe illness.
Piñaq Liqueur's colorful pineapple shaped bottles attracted festival attendees to the booth. Everyone wanted to know what Piñaq is made of and how it tastes. Piñaq's tasting profiles include, fruity, sweet, creamy, and tangy, which means there is a flavor for everyone. Since Piñaq Liqueur is ready to drink, it was served over ice so attendees can taste all four distinct flavors.
Piñaq Liqueur also is delicious mixed in a cocktail. The Piñaq Team started day 2 of the NYCWFF Grand Tasting by topping off a Jägermeister Cold Brew Coffee cocktail with Piñaq Colada to jump start their day. Piñaq Liqueur is also good mixed with Top Chico Mineral Water, if you're looking to cut calories and sugar.
Since the pineapple is a sign of hospitality, it also makes a great gift. With the holidays around the corner, Piñaq Liqueur showcased their red and white bows for the holidays, making gifting easy. Consumers were also given cards with a QR code on it so they can easily locate stores that carry Piñaq or order directly on the website.
Piñaq Liqueur had a blast celebrating the 15th anniversary of the NYCWFF and are looking forward to next year. Look for Piñaq Liqueur at SOBEWFF February 23-26th, 2023.