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What I Drank: San Antonio Cocktail Conference edition

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Of course there was a San Antonio Cocktail Conference ice scuplture. - JESSICA ELIZARRARAS
  • Jessica Elizarraras
  • Of course there was a San Antonio Cocktail Conference ice scuplture.

Disclaimer: I can't feel my face. After days' worth of cedar exposure, I'm finally feeling the effects of the nasty allergen. 

Or I could still be hungover.

Regardless, my wrap up of the events will come later this afternoon. In the meantime, here's a snippet of the booze, the parties, the boozy parties and just about everything that made up the fourth annual San Antonio Cocktail Conference. 

Follow me on Instagram for more: @JessElizarraras.

Wednesday's Media Launch

#sacc2015 media launch. If this image is indicative of the rest of the week, I'm in trouble. #cocktails #sanantonio

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Build-your-own Old Fashioned using #rocapatron @patron #sacc2015

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Thursday's Opening Night Party at the Majestic

I think #campari wins for sexiest presentation most likely to be seen in a vampire teen drama. #Sacc2015

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And @lacondesaaustin wins for best throwback chicharrones. #valentina! #SACC2015

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The Rosso Corsa in sorbet form! #givemeallthesorbet #SACC2015 #nitro #science

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Inspecting a @monkeyshoulder3 ice sculpture/luge. #SACC2015 #sanantonio #cocktails @majesticempire

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