The idea of skiing in the morning and surfing in the afternoon is a favorite concept for Southern Californians when describing the state’s diverse landscape. But the saying leaves out one of the area’s most popular locales: Joshua Tree, a desert getaway that fills year round with visitors getting away from the masses and finding space and peace under the vast, starry sky.
From September 5 to October 31, bars and restaurants throughout the San Diego area are donating proceeds from certain whiskey cocktails to the Joshua Tree National Park Association, both as support for its education and research mission and as a celebration of one of Southern California’s great jewels. All of the cocktails are made with Westward Whiskey, a bold, robust whisky inspired by the American Northwest that’s brewed like a craft ale, distilled like a single malt, and aged like a bourbon.
If you’d like to see part of your entertainment dollar go toward a great cause, here’s what to drink and where to drink it.Read More