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TINCUP Whiskey Helps Bourbon Lovers Get Solar Eclipse Ready

A pair of limited edition TINCUP Whiskey solar eclipse glasses.
TINCUP Whiskey is helping bourbon drinkers get prepped for the solar eclipse on April 8th. Credit: TINCUP Whiskey

TINCUP Whiskey is helping bourbon lovers prepare for the total solar eclipse on April 8th, 2024. Outdoor gear, merch bundles, and even an eclipse-inspired cocktail recipe are being offered to help you make the most of this celestial event. 

The total solar eclipse will be visible across parts of the US stretching from Texas to Maine through the course of April 8th. This will be the last total solar eclipse until 2044. It is not surprising, then, that the event is drawing crowds of millions to the path of totality. 

Although not located near the Path of Totality, Coloradan distillery TINCUP Whiskey (known and loved amongst fans for being an “outdoors whiskey”) has been busy prepping for this event. As such, if you are a bourbon fan looking to celebrate the eclipse, you might need these items with you. 

TINCUP Whiskey’s Eclipse Essentials

  • TINCUP Total Eclipse Glasses: A pair of ISO-certificated, eclipse-safe glasses to be delivered to your door before Eclipse Day. Only 408 pairs are available, echoing the date of the eclipse. Over 21s can sign up to receive a pair here
  • TINCUP Total Eclipse Sour: This cocktail recipe makes use of TINCUP’s 10 year old bourbon to make a sparkly cocktail to sip whilst watching the stars. 

TINCUP Total Eclipse Sour Recipe
2oz TINCUP 10 Year Old Bourbon
¾ oz Lemon Juice
¾ oz Honey
3 oz Club Soda
Edible Glitter (optional, but encouraged for the ‘wow’ factor) 

  • TINCUP Adventure Pack: Perfect for transporting your whiskey to your solar theatre of choice. 
Sip this sparkly TINCUP cocktail for the ultimate eclipse experience. Credit: TINCUP Whiskey

So, gear up, put those glasses on (seriously, please don’t look at the eclipse with the naked eye), and crack open a bottle of TINCUP. This celestial event is not to be missed.

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