Cocktail Kits to Go

Oct 19, 2015

Category: Vices

From time to time, we like to take a break from the craft beer side of things and break out the cocktail glasses for an Old Fashioned. But when you’re traveling, you don’t always have the ingredients you need to make the drink on the plane or in your hotel room. Now, with Cocktail Kits to Go, you can.

The Old Fashioned kit contains everything you need to make the cocktail, except for the bourbon. It includes sugar cubes, aromatic bitters, a recipe card, and a muddler spoon. Not only are the kits functional, they’re also wonderfully retro with an inspired design that looks like something straight out of the 50s. There’s also a Daiquiri kit available, but we know which one you’ll choose. They’re available now for $14.95 each. [Purchase]

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