Herb & Lou liked to enjoy a party and hated getting stuck mixing drinks all night, so they mixed up a batch beforehand (without the booze) and froze it in ice cube trays. During the party, all anyone needed to do was pour a splash of booze into a glass or shaker with a couple of the frozen cocktail cubes and voila…
Blood Oranges develop their signature color during cool, Sicilian fall and winter nights. Their hue ranges from a streaked ruby blush to a deep maroon color. Known locally as Arancia Rossa di Sicilia, this beautiful fruit is typically less acidic and sweeter than other oranges. Their raspberry-like tartness acts as the perfect base in Herb & Lou’s take on the original Whiskey Cocktail, with classic ingredients like Brandied Cherries and Artisanal Bitters. The addition of extracted Ginger adds a unique complexity to this time-honored favorite which is never sweet, always smart. We bet you can’t drink just one.
13.5 oz. Woodford Reserve Bourbon Cherries
Muddle and garnish your favorite cocktail with Woodford Reserve Bourbon Cherries. These cherries are deep ruby red in color, pitted, and contain a long stem.
Handpicked in Oregon, Woodford Reserve Bourbon Cherries are made with all-natural ingredients.
Margarita Infusion Bottle by Rokz
Reuse the bottle & pourer system with rokz infusion flavor packs, delicious blends for all your favorite spirits. 1. Add one pint (2 cups) tequila 2. Steep for 2 - 4 days (swirl daily) 3. Make margaritas!
16 oz (473 mL) bottles with natural ingredients
Infuse vodka, rum, tequila, and gin
White Ginger Infused Simple Syrup
One of the oldest of all culinary spices, ginger has been cultivated for over 2500 years. Ginger has been known to enhance circulation, impart warmth to the body, help digestion, inspire amour and have therapeutic and preventative powers. We infuse premium fresh white ginger (young spring ginger) in pure cane syrup for a peppery and sweet taste.
12.68 oz. bottle
Use in food and drinks
Lavender Infused Simple Syrup
Long considered an aphrodisiac, denoting love and romance, lavender was historically used to spice the food of queens, colonists and conquerors. Lavender was then brought from Europe to the Americas, where it was grown as an herb of hospitality, medicine, perfume, and spice. Sonoma Syrup Co. infuses fresh "Provence" culinary lavender flowers, estate grown at Matnzas Creek Winery, as the perfect flavoring for sorbets, shortbreads, champagne cocktails, hot teas, or sparkling water.