Drunken History at Nauti Spirits


916 Shunpike Road

What do Jack Daniels and Johnnie Walker have to do with Arthur Rimbaud? They all share a part of our long-standing history of imbibing. Take a journey into the intoxicating world of libations and mixology as we discuss the Victorian birth and evolution of the drinks and cocktails we know and love today.

Admission is $20 and includes a boxed lunch

prepared by the Carriage House Café & Tearoom


You may also purchase tickets at the Washington Street Mall Information Booth at Ocean Street, or at the Physick Estate at 1048 Washington St. at the Carriage House or the Hill House Office. CLICK HERE for Information Booth and Carriage House hours of operation.  Hill House is open daily, 9am-5pm (except most winter weekends, when it’s open Saturdays only 9am-2:30pm). 


For information or advance

tickets, call 609-884-5404 


This new distillery combines Cape May sweet potatoes, grown on their 60-acre preserved coastal farm, and pure water, to create small-batch super-premium vodka. Each batch of their artisanal vodka begins its journey as more than 8000 lbs. of sweet potatoes and then is fermented, distilled and bottled at the farm.

A sipping vodka that’s distilled and filtered to smooth perfection, Nauti Spirits Vodka is equally at home in a rocks glass or in your favorite martini. Enjoy the unique flavor profile created by  award-winning Head Distiller, Brendan Wheatley, who allows just a hint of the character of the Cape May sweet potatoes to come through, resulting in sophistication born from the earth.