In June of 2017, the Ahumado Fresca, created by The Parish, was selected to represent The Old Pueblo at a UNESCO event in France. The award-winning libation along with a prepared meal represented Arizona’s history and its recent designation as a City of Gastronomy. The iconic signature cocktail ingredients include: fresh lime juice, mesquite smoked honey, housemade tamarind syrup, and Sotol Anejo.
What is UNESCO?: Tucson became the first American city to become part of the UNESCO Creative Cities Network for gastronomy, honoring Southern Arizona's food traditions and culinary innovation. There are only 116 Member Cities of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization's (UNESCO) Creative Cities program - established in 2004 to promote cooperation between cities for "sustainable urban development" - and on December 11, 2015, Tucson became one of six Creative Cities in the United States, and the only one selected for Gastronomy.
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