See what you've been missing . . . Tequilin' It, Kanpai!, Fall for Mezcal, Ginuary, All Eyes on Rye, Steeped in Vodka 2, Rum's the Word, and Out to Tennessee are still available in the vault (email us)!
The entire world knows this state's whiskey well—but with many more distillers being added to the marquee, an inspired revival is underway. Our two Tennessean tour guides were eager to bring you the beautiful vibes of their home state by serving up its legendary spirit in imaginative ways—so we went Out to Tennessee to greet the first signs of summer with some warm and hazy Southern-style sippin’!
Rum is many things to many people: a potable slice of island spirit, a considerable player in the distinguished canon of classics, or simply a nuanced nip to sip neat. Certainly Rum’s the Word for all the above, but as our three creative cocktails showed, there’s always room for more adventure and fun with this sun-ready spirit!
We welcomed spring and the rebirth of creativity with Steeped in Vodka 2, our tribute to the ever-versatile spirit. In this sequel we brought back a not-so-secret weapon that makes the spirit’s vigorous voice truly sing: tea! Whether by infusion, syrup, or bitters, a spot of tea graces these three vibrant vodka cocktails (a much-beloved re-release and two fresh faces) with earthy citrus or floral notes for a daring but quite darling springtime soiree.
With All Eyes on Rye we couldn’t wait to see how a new generation of artful mixologists further fortified the roots of this robust spirit. For this box, we charted three paths forward, each showcasing a delicious getaway in a glass. Winter is always slow to turn into spring, but when you settle in and fix your gaze and palate on this whiskey, you can’t help being rye-minded: a fun and adventurous rebound is always right up ahead!
While its versatility allows for year-round enjoyment, gin’s profile of natural flavors has an extra special way of complementing the cold weather with woodsy roots, spices, and barks; bright citrus peels; and, most fittingly, piney juniper. This past winter, we welcomed you in from the inhospitable outdoors—or made you oh so happy you never left in the first place. Three cheers for Ginuary!