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deathandcompany.com

Stage

Series A | Alive

Total Raised

$2.12M

Last Raised

$2.12M | 4 yrs ago

Revenue

$0000 

About Death & Co

Death & Co creates guest experiences anchored by a passion for hospitality, cocktails, spirits, wine, beer, and food, in environments that are welcoming and driven by a deep knowledge of our product.

Death & Co Headquarters Location

433 E 6th St

New York, New York, 10009,

United States

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Expert Collections containing Death & Co

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Death & Co is included in 1 Expert Collection, including Alcohol Tech.

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Alcohol Tech

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Companies focused on the production, distribution, and consumption of alcohol. This collection includes companies such as craft distilleries, e-commerce platforms, mobile apps, connected appliances, and alcohol substitutes, among others.

Death & Co Patents

Death & Co has filed 1 patent.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Firearm actions
  • Fishing equipment
  • Fishing nets
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1/25/2022

Fishing equipment, Fishing techniques and methods, Recreational fishing, Fishing nets, Firearm actions

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1/25/2022

Grant Date

Title

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Fishing equipment, Fishing techniques and methods, Recreational fishing, Fishing nets, Firearm actions

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Latest Death & Co News

What are the very best bars in the world? We asked a Canadian spirits expert who has travelled to more than 60 countries

Sep 16, 2022

Lauren Mote literally wrote the book on the global drinking scene: “A Bartender’s Guide to the World.” KD Fri., Sept. 16, 2022timer4 min. read If there’s someone who knows her way around the global drinking scene, it’s Lauren Mote. The Canadian spirits expert — she’s the co-founder of the cocktail bitters label Bittered Sling , and the global on-trade director for Patrón Tequila — has visited 60-some countries and trained more than 15,000 bartenders in her two decades in the drinks industry. Plus, the Amsterdam-based bartender quite literally wrote the book on the subject. In her upcoming tome, “ A Bartender’s Guide to the World: Cocktails and Stories from 75 Places “ (out on Oct. 25 and now available for preorder), Mote recalls her adventures behind and in front of the bar, highlighting her favourite spots and conjuring recipes inspired by her travels. Think: coconut vodka sours that evoke an Oahu beach, or the “Yonge Street” — a neon-blue tequila drink that nods to movie-watching on Yonge as a kid, and to the colour of her favourite sports team. So what bars does Mote frequent? They range from a quirky Barcelona haunt with food-inspired cocktails to a sweet, small tequila spot in hip London. Here are eight of her favourites around the world, including one right here in Toronto. For a creative taste of Mexico City: Licorería Limantour (Av. Álvaro Obregón 106) “Licorería Limantour is probably the first bar that put Mexico City on the beverage map,” says Mote. In 2021, the glowing streetside bar on a buzzy downtown strip was crowned “ Best Bar in North America “ by the World’s 50 Best Bars, and it has earned countless industry accolades for its creative, agave-forward cocktails. “They really take a unique and interesting approach to working with ingredients,” Mote says of the bartenders. So when it’s your turn to order, she suggests you trust the staff. “You’ll get to try the real flavours of Mexico City.” For stay-all-day energy in London: Swift Shoreditch (93 Great Eastern St.) “Swift is essentially a neighbourhood bar with a high-end feel,” says Mote. Pop in pre-dinner, enjoy a nightcap after taking in a show, or stop in for a pick-me-up mid-sightseeing. “They’re well known for having vats of Irish coffee on standby,” says Mote, “and they make great spiked affogatos.” Daytime-friendly aperitivos, signature cocktails and non-alcoholic drinks aplenty round out the menu. For oddball cocktails in Barcelona: Two Schmucks (Carrer de Joaquín Costa 52) While Two Schmucks is one of the coolest bars Mote has ever been to, she says it’s also one of the weirdest. “They’ve created their entire menu to feature drinks inspired by the best food dishes they’ve ever had.” Case in point: the Butternut Splash, made with butternut squash cordial and smoked butter-blended Scotch, and the Mango Sticky Rice, a colada highlighting cognac, mango, coconut rice milk and lemon. “The flavours work so well — the menu comes to life in an incredible way,” says Mote. “It’s slightly dive-y in appearance, but it’s a bar everyone wants to drink in.” For the coolest new drinks in Edinburgh: The Bar at Commons Club (1 India Buildings, Victoria St.) “There are some legendary bars in Edinburgh, and the Commons is a great new addition to their ranks,” says Mote. “Plus, you can stay there.” The cocktail bar is on the ground floor of the newly opened Virgin Hotels Edinburgh in the Old Town, and part of the space is a restored 19th-century church. “Overall, I love how small and historic Edinburgh is. It honestly reminds me of Vancouver a bit in size, especially with Arthur’s Seat looming over the city,” adds Mote. Expect a menu that leans heavily on, you guessed it, Scotch, plus local ingredients like wildflower and heather honey. For a best-kept secret in Montreal: Milky Way (1886 Rue Centre) “This bar almost needs no introduction,” says Mote. Crowned with vaulted glass ceilings and lush with plants galore, Milky Way has a “big, open-air feel to the room,” says Mote. “It feels like you’re in a solarium and has this almost European vibe to it.” In her view, it’s one of the best-kept secrets in Canada. “It deserves to top any list of best bars. They’re so playful with the way they make drinks.” For a cocktail mecca in New York City: Death & Co (433 E. 6th St.) “This bar has been around for a long time,” says Mote, “and they’ve inspired generations of drink makers. They basically fuelled an entire revival of classic cocktails.” She notes that they have some of the best service in the world, describing it as a “little rock star — it’s not polished, white-glove. You feel very comfortable.” While this more clandestine East Village location is iconic, Death & Co also has outposts in Los Angeles and Denver, and will soon open in Washington, D.C. For hyped-up mescal in laid-back London: Hacha (378 Kingsland Rd.) To keep costs low when they opened, the team at Hacha started by stocking 20 to 25 different bottles of agave spirits, from cult mescals to sipping tequilas, served neat or in imaginative cocktails. All are kept on the back bar, with name tags and numbers underneath. “When each bottle is done, owner Deano Moncrieffe brings in a new crop of bottles,” says Mote. “It gets anyone who stops in so excited about tequila and mescal. And they make great tacos.” For smooth drinks and loud karaoke in Toronto: Bar Mordecai (1272 Dundas St. W.) “A good blend of karaoke and awesome drinks is never lost on me,” says Mote, “and Christina Veira’s place does this perfectly.” The Wes Anderson–themed West End bar features three different themed karaoke rooms, plus a stellar menu of cocktails that “provide the right amount of liquid courage to sing your heart out!” SHARE:

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  • Where is Death & Co's headquarters?

    Death & Co's headquarters is located at 433 E 6th St, New York.

  • What is Death & Co's latest funding round?

    Death & Co's latest funding round is Series A.

  • How much did Death & Co raise?

    Death & Co raised a total of $2.12M.

  • Who are the investors of Death & Co?

    Investors of Death & Co include SeedInvest.

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