Tomar la Tarde
With mojitos on our mind, we partnered with Natalie Steen of The Nat Note to bring you Tomar la Tarde. Translating from Spanish, "tomar" has two meanings: to take and to drink; "la tarde" translates to the afternoon.
Inspired by Natalie’s Cuban upbringing in Miami, Tomar la Tarde includes all the necessities to host cocktails and tapas in the comfort of your own home. This product includes 4 Zafferano Striped Tumblers, 4 Cha-Cha-Cha Cocktail Napkins, a Pitcher, and a hand-woven Lime Basket.
“For a bit more context - the phrase "tomar la tarde'' originated in Spain and found it's way to Cuba ... and to my grandmother, who would use it to describe happy afternoons spent catching up with friends over food and drink. The time is yours for the taking - and what better way to spend it than sharing some tapas and clinking glasses with people you love? The best part of visiting my hometown of Miami is falling back into the familiar rhythm of home - you invite your oldest friends to come over and visit and before you know it, hours have passed by, more seats have been pulled up, the sounds of laughter and loud voices fill the room, you're refilling your glass, and your stomach and heart are full. It's this feeling I sought to capture with this box. So instead of making it a happy hour, do as the Cubans do and don't limit yourself to sixty minutes - take the whole afternoon” - Natalie Steen
This product is hand packaged, and will be shipped out 4-7 business days.