FIND ME IN NAPLES

This week, we’re featuring one of the new drinks from our summer cocktail menu. We are growing chocolate mint for the season, and a drink was floating around in my head that involved our [...]

PINEAPPLE JALAPENO TONIC

We are growing jalapeños in the distillery garden this year, and we’ve started adding them to our cocktails too. Plus, we’re experimenting with some fun ice cubes, and we have some [...]

BOOZY FREEZER POPS

With the summer heat upon us, we’ve been making boozy freezer pops and popsicles again. We’ve revisited some past favorites (still love that strawberry lemon drop one!), and also some [...]

PALMER’S REVENGE #2

For the first full week of summer, we’ve brought back a perennial favorite for this time of year. It’s kind of a riff on a classic sour, kind of a spiked Arnold Palmer (hence the [...]

TROPIC OF PARADISE #2

In writing this post, I discovered that we’ve actually used this name before, but for a very different drink! Since this is the name on our menu right now, I’m sticking with it [...]

CUCUMBER G&T

Now that summer is officially here, we’re exploring simple twists on a summertime favorite – the G&T. This one adds some fresh muddled cucumber, with a bit of lime too: Cucumber [...]

JASMINE JUMP

This month, we’re going to be celebrating Porch Sippers – cocktails that are great for sipping on the front or back porch on a hot summer’s day. Since we’ve been having [...]

SCOFFLAW GIMLET

This week, we’re celebrating the gimlet with a fun variation – using Scofflaw Old Tom Gin. This gin as a brightness, and a floral, citrusy punch that we really love in the gimlet. A [...]

TROPICAL MULE

This variation on a classic Moscow Mule uses one of our new rums, as well as some pineapple to give it a tropical feel. It’s a nice change of pace from the classic, and has been a fun [...]

SPRINGTIME RICKEY

On our latest menu, we added a section for drinks that are a bit lighter – they are lighter in calories, using lower-calorie mixers – but they are not lighter on flavors. We wanted to [...]