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Mulholland Is Delivering The Spirit Of Los Angeles To Your Doorstep

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Mulholland Distilling’s line of spirits can now be delivered directly to your door. The Los Angeles-based spirits company is expanding its reach to 31 additional states with direct to consumer delivery powered by Speakeasy Company.

Founded by partners Walton Goggins and Matthew Alper in 2016, Mulholland Distilling is celebrating its fourth anniversary by bringing the Spirit of Los Angeles to consumers across the country. The brand currently creates New World Gin, Gluten-free Vodka, and a 100 proof American Whiskey.

At the 2018 San Francisco World Spirits Competition, Mulholland was awarded a Unanimous Double-Gold medal for their New World Gin and Silver medals for their Gluten-free Vodka and 100 proof American Whiskey. However, that brand has only been available in California, until now.

Like its namesake William Mulholland (who brought water to Los Angeles), Mulholland Distilling now brings its Los Angeles spirit to the entire country. “We’re proud of our accomplishments in the California market but our plan has always been national availability,” said founder Matthew Alper. “Fueled by Speakeasy’s backend logistics platform we’re able to reach thousands of more users than ever before – just with a click of a mouse.”

Both full size 750 ml bottles and 375 ml minis (perfect for sampling or gifting) will be available for home delivery to Alabama, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut,  Delaware, Florida, Iowa, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Maine, Mississippi, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Nevada, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, Washington DC, and Wisconsin states via Mulholland official website.

Last year, we got a chance to step inside their gorgeous tasting room in Los Angeles’ Arts District to shoot photos for our Valentine’s Day cocktails feature. The space has been featured in Fast Company, Architectural Digest and many others, and their spirits dominated our list of cocktails.