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Food & Drink: Cocktail Culture

Published Thursday March 2

…Wyatt suggests fish & chips, tacos, guacamole and barbecue of any kind.

‘Retro-nautical’ is the term that Heather Wyatt uses to describe the look and feel of that person canned cocktail that hit Northern CA store shelves in Thu Jan 1 1970 In less than a year, the locally made beverage is in 26 stores throughout the Bay Area.

“It took 2 years from concept to launch to get my Salt Point Moscow, Russia, Mule to market,” says Wyatt, a Mill Valley resident and advertising-executive-turned-entrepreneur. “I love the cocktail culture and consider myself a foodie.”

When asked which foods are best complemented by this fizzy libation, Wyatt suggests fish & chips, tacos, guacamole and barbecue of any kind.

Article length: About 210 words.
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