A Preview of What's Inside
Highspire Rye Whiskey
Highspire is created in Crestwood, Kentucky, just a few minutes from Louisville. It's a 100-percent rye, with no corn or other grains used. The base is specifically a Ryman rye, and it’s double, copper-pot distilled. This is absolutely a great rye for rye lovers, with those bold and spicy notes one comes to expect and adore, but other nuances of wood and dark, wine notes keep things interesting.
18.21 Bitters Rich Simple Syrup & Barrel Aged Bitters
18.21 Bitters, based in Atlanta, Georgia, crafts an incredible lineup of flavorful, chef-driven syrups, bitters and tinctures. This duo includes their Rosemary Sage Rich Simple Syrup - beautiful in cocktails and in salad dressings and sauces - and their Barrel Aged Bitters. Deeply imbued with dark essences of spicy tobacco-and-leather, these bitters make stirred cocktails unforgettable.
Sempli Cupa-Rocks Tumblers
These two, hand-blown tumblers are a conversation starter. Made by Sempli out of lead-free crystal, they also enhance the actual drinking experience. The tilted design allows them to rock slightly on a table, helping open up single malts or rare ryes.
Q Drinks Spectacular Ginger Beer & Ginger Ale
A quality Ginger Beer and a true, lightly spicy Ginger Ale are perfectly refreshing on their own. These two practically beg to be part of an effervescent craft cocktail - created by a company that reinvented a whole lineup of tonics, soda waters and sparkling citrus beverages.
Dardimans California Exotic Dried Citrus Crisps
Exotic, dried crisps from Dardimans of California offer a punch of color when garnishing shaken and stirred cocktails, platters of fruit or salads, and are a healthy, flavorful snack. Inside this collection, you'll find bags of their Blood Orange and the Mandarin crisps.
Big Picture Farm Sea Salt & Bourbon Vanilla Farmstead Goat Milk Caramels
Made in Vermont, these Sea Salt & Bourbon Vanilla caramels are made with farm-fresh goat milk and sustainable, local, non-GMO ingredients, carefully sourced. People have been known to eat an entire box in a single sitting.