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The Spanish Gin and Tonic Experience

The Spanish Afternoon

$220

member price: $129

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In the early 19th century, the British East India company came up with a way to get their officers to consume the highly bitter, malaria-preventing medication quinine : add it to booze. Gin, soda, a little sugar and quinine and Voila, the G&T was born—curing malaria (and whatever else that ails you). The Spanish have truly perfected the art form of the Gin & Tonic and with this edition, we take inspiration from our neighbors to the East, to show you how beautiful this cocktail can be.

We are unable to ship alcohol to the following states: AL, MS, and ND.

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In the early 19th century, the British East India company came up with a way to get their officers to consume the highly bitter, malaria-preventing medication quinine : add it to booze. Gin, soda, a little sugar and quinine and Voila, the G&T was born—curing malaria (and whatever else that ails you). The Spanish have truly perfected the art form of the Gin & Tonic and with this edition, we take inspiration from our neighbors to the East, to show you how beautiful this cocktail can be. We are unable to ship alcohol to the following states: AL, MS, and ND.

What’s Inside

Alkkemist Gin

Alkkemist Gin

The spirit is distilled in the city of Alicante, in southern Spain. It’s only been on the American market since 2016, and it’s the first gin in the world of its type in several ways. “It is a little lighter,” offers Manolo Galindo, managing director at Innovation Premium Brands, the parent company for Alkkemist gin. “The juniper is a bit above the other 19 botanicals, and it is at the same level as the Muscat grapes. Overall, the gin includes 21 botanicals, and many of them we admit to never even knowing the names of prior to experiencing Alkkemist.

Q Drinks Tonic Water

Q Drinks Tonic Water

The secret is simple, Silvert’s recipe uses real ingredients, like quinine from Peruvian trees. He never adds extraneous sugar or weird additives. He does add extra carbonation, for a bold kick that will stand up and speak out in cocktails like Gin & Tonic.

La Quercia

La Quercia

La Quercia has provided you with an incredible cured, spicy Borsellino Salami. Imbued with pimento de la vera and red chili, it’s more than deserving of a solo tapas moment. Herb and Kathy Eckhouse started the company with the goal of making uniquely delicious cured meats from humanely raised American pork. They and their team salt, work and trim each piece by-hand inside their aging rooms in Iowa. It is an antibiotic free pork, all sourced from family farms in the Midwest.

Melissa’s Produce Botanicals and Vouchers

Melissa’s Produce Botanicals and Vouchers

Melissa’s has included a fragrant assortment of dried rose petals, dried juniper berries and some star anise this month. “Dried rose petals have a gentle flavor that adds a mellow, floral, innocent character to drinks,” explains Melissa’s Corporate Chef, Tom Fraker. “Dried juniper berries have the essence of impossibly tall trees in a forest with a sharp flavor reminiscent of pine, citrus and cracked pepper. Star Anise, rich and spice, has the fragrance of an adventure about to begin.”

Hellenic Farms Fig Salami with Orange Zest

Hellenic Farms Fig Salami with Orange Zest

Ingredients: Dried figs, smoked paprika, Aleppo pepper, orange zest.

Packaging: vacuum sealed and wrapped with kraft paper. 180g.

Can be enjoyed as a snack, on a cheese board, over salad or flat bread, with yogurt, wine, coffee or tea.

Some cheese pairing suggestions: creamy mozzorella (vegan/regular), blue cheese, cheddar, or Monty's cashew cream cheese.

A PREVIEW OF WHAT’S INSIDE

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