Honestly I was excited about a #happyhour that I didn’t have to pay for but once I tasted the spirit of #VEEV, I fell in love and realized that they need better marketing!

I’m a sucker for tasteless alcohol and I’m a bigger sucker for free booze, so this event that #ParkSisters hosted was just up my alley and I was thrilled to be a part of it.


Veev and the Park Sisters hosted a cocktail making class at their headquarter in Beverly Hills.

We took Uber to the office and waited for others to arrive.



This was by far the coolest #HappyHour ever. I learned something while drinking and having fun with the people I like to spend time with. It was a very chill environment and it didn’t seem like they were pushing the product too much.

This is for sure because when I asked the ‘bartender instructor’ James BowersΒ what his favorite drink was, it wasn’t Veev. πŸ˜›

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After class, we all decided to go to EMC for dinner… the girls that took Uber hopped in the cars of the girls that drove. πŸ™‚

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To celebrate, well, not really anything in particular, we got a bottle of Veuve.

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After EMC, we wanted to dance so Nancy (the gracious driver) drove us to Honeycut! We stopped by the market and got scratchers, because… well, just because.

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It seemed like we were walking all over town aimlessly. We stumbled to G’s place in Little Tokyo and then went for pho after G fell asleep.

It was an unexpected fun night with the girls. I was happy to have tried Veev in a way that I was able to enjoy it and taste it for what it was rather than in a cocktail at a public place.

We also got a gift bag with a bottle and bracelet, THANK YOU VEEV!


Go check out VeeV and all their social media!

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