Homemade country wine, herbs, spices, and moonshine. It might sound like some sort of redneck death punch, but in fact, it's really tasty — as the original red Spodee showed us. Now White Mule Farms is back with Spodee White, a lighter, more tropical version of this 36-proof hooch. In addition to the wine and moonshine, this unique drink is made with pineapple and toasted coconut, giving it a fruity flavor that's great with a fizzy mixer like ginger ale, in a Tiki cocktail, or just served chilled over ice.
The Mojito, the Whiskey Sour, the Sazerac, and the Mint Julep all have something in common — and no we're not talking about the booze, though they certainly have that — we're talking about simple syrup. It's that critical ingredient that pervades so many great cocktail recipes, and its ingredients are simple as the name suggests: just water and sugar. With the Simple Syrup Kit, you can make this crucial ingredient at home, instead of wasting your time and money buying it from the store. This kit makes it dead simple to make simple syrup, with measurements indicated on the bottle, a convenient funnel, and an innovative pour spout and cap that won't gum up or over sweeten your drink.
When it comes to classic cocktails, there aren't many as popular and tasty as the Old Fashioned. But it can be pretty difficult to replicate the perfectly mixed version of the drink you get at your favorite bar. Mr Lyan's Bonfire Old Fashioned is trying to change that, by taking the famous recipe and bottling it for you to enjoy at home. A pioneer with bottled cocktails in London, Lyan uses their whiskey, some cola bitters, and a rare black tea called lapsang souchong, which adds a smoky bonfire to the cocktail. Just chill the bottle, pour, and enjoy at home without the help of a trained mixologist.