This is the original energy drink, a century-old recipe from the Caribbean that became popular with 19th century American farmers as hydration after a long day's work in the field. Called Switchel, this version is crafted in Vermont with water, apple cider vinegar, honey, maple syrup, lemon juice and blackstrap molasses. We like to salute our agrarian heritage with this special and unique drink. We pump it up with a bit of rum or bourbon. It's refreshing, aromatic and warming, in a 12 ounce bottle.
We love Bourbon Barrel Foods Smoked Sugar.
The Moscow Mule is an all-American cocktail concoction that rose to popularity in the 1950s and is experiencing the sweetest resurgence right now. This 18 ounce copper mug enhances the...
We love Dave's Coffee Syrup from a family-owned business in Rhode Island. It bottles up all the aroma and taste of hand-roasted, cold-brewed coffee into a bottle that ships to...