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    Ginger Beer Syrup - Here at Mouth, we love to geek out about our favorite drinks and snacks. Take ginger beer – why is it called beer when it doesn't, you know, actually contain any beer? Well did you know that back in 18th century England, where the drink was invented, ginger beer was brewed and actually had an alcohol content higher than most of today's beers (around 11 percent!). But in order to avoid paying taxes, brewers started diluting the drink with water. Today, most ginger beer isn't brewed, but it does have a stronger, spicier taste than regular old ginger ale. We love the rich flavor and medium heat of Pickett's Ginger Beer Syrup, whether we're drinking it with soda water and a squeeze of lime on a hot day, or mixing up our favorite ginger cocktails. British accent not included. tip of the tongue Once you're tired of Moscow Mules and Dark'n Stormies (as if!), try a Ginger Mojito. Muddle together 4 mint leaves and 1 ounce ginger beer syrup. Pour over ice, along with 2 ounces light rum, a generous squeeze or two of lime juice and about 5 ounces of soda water. Garnish with a wedge of lime. ingredients Filtered water, cane sugar, natural ginger extract, citric acid, natural spice blend, caramel color, cellulose gum. Comes in a 16 ounce bottle, which makes 96 ounces of soda.

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    PH Balance Blend - The PH Balance Blend is all about (yep, you guessed it) balance. Passion House wanted to make a soothing cup perfect for all-day drinking. With flavors of candied grapefruit, raisins, dark chocolate and caramel, this coffee is totally zen but never boring. Namaste. tip of the tongue Passion House divides its offerings into three genres: Ambient, Mainstream and Experimental. This one falls under Ambient. "These simple beauties allow you to be either fully engaged in its subtle complexity or just gulp it down." ingredients Medium roast; whole beans; comes in a 12 oz bag.

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    The Barreled Boulevardier - This isn't your run-of-the-mill bottled cocktail. First off, High West Distillery starts with the best of the best ingredients: top-shelf Bourbon, exceptional vermouth and an out-of-the-ordinary bitter liqueur. They mix the perfect ratio, then age it all in oak barrels until the flavors have harmonized, making for an exceptionally flavorful, well-balanced cocktail. Basically, it's like having a top-notch bartender at a super-fancy cocktail bar (the kind that barrel ages its own cocktails), hanging out in your living room. tip of the tongue Add ice to a wide-mouth cocktail glass, top with a generous pour of the mix and an (optional) orange or lemon twist. Pat yourself on the back. ingredients Bourbon, Vya Sweet Vermouth and Gran Classico Bitter; 37% alcohol by volume; comes in a 750ml bottle.

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    Red Hook 72% Dark Bar - Dan Preston, the genius behind Cacao Prieto, starts with pure, super high-quality cacao from his family farm in the Dominican Republic. After arriving to his exquisite headquarters in Brooklyn's Red Hook, the cacao is processed in beautiful, pristine equipment Preston invented himself. The result is something unlike anything you've ever tasted. Unwrap the lovely engraved papers to reveal clean, smooth 72% chocolate perfection. ingredients Organic single origin Dominican Criollo Cacao and organic raw cane sugar. Comes in a 3 oz bar. NOTE: Produced in a facility that handles nuts.

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    Verjus - Translated from French, verjus literally means ‘green juice.’ It’s neither vinegar nor wine, which makes it a hugely versatile ingredient. What IS verjus, you might be wondering? When grapes are just beginning to ripen, the winemakers thin the vines — this makes them stronger and helps produce the best fruit. The early crop of unripe fruit is then pressed and cold-pasteurized. The result – verjus – is milder than lemon juice or vinegar and balanced with sweet, tart, minerally freshness. ''It seems strange and unfamiliar at first, but once you have a bottle on hand, you want to use it for everything,'' said Roman Roth, the winemaker at W ö lffer. We agree — once you try it, you'll find you can't live without it. Tip of the Tongue So easy to make elegant and vibrant sauces with this. And it's of course ideal for salad dressings. It's also wonderful with seltzer or as the main ingredient in a margarita. Or simply drink it straight as a substitute for wine. ingredients Unfermented vinifera grapes picked at half ripeness. Comes in a 750 ml wine bottle.

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    Gluten-Free Double Chocolate Chip Cookies - Gluten-free chocoholics rejoice. These are the cookies you've been waiting for. Crisp, rich and loaded down with chocolate chips, they're just as good as the original and they're made in a dedicated gluten-free baking facility. Kathleen King was just eleven years old when she started selling her homemade cookies at her family's farm stand outside of Southampton, New York. Years later, those same cookies became the foundation for Tate's bake shop. Today, Kathleen's cookies definitely have a huge following from coast to coast, but she's done it without cutting corners, sacrificing quality or giving up her indie roots. tip of the tongue Best served with ice cold milk. ingredients Semi-sweet chocolate chips (sugar, chocolate liquor, cocoa butter, milk fat, soy lecithin [an emulsifier], vanilla, natural flavor), butter, brown cane sugar, rice flour, cane sugar, eggs, natural cocoa powder, vanilla extract, salt, xanthan gum, baking soda and water. Each 7 oz bag contains about 14 cookies. NOTE: Produced in a dedicated gluten-free facility that handles dairy, eggs, soy, and tree nuts.

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    Bësk (Malört) - We've been told that taking a shot of Malört is a classic Chicago dive bar experience, and more than one Mouth-er has their "the first time I tried Mal ö rt" tale. So we were super excited when we heard Letherbee was making their own version, with a recipe developed by rockstar bartender Robert Franklin Haynes, who made a name for himself while heading up the Chicago's famous cocktail bar, The Violet Hour. Oh, how to describe the flavor. Well, it's a little like absinthe, dominated by anise and wormwood, followed by waves of bitter botanicals. It's already one of the most popular items at Mouth HQ and on the shelves at our Indie Spirits + Wine Gallery in DUMBO, Brooklyn. There is some debate whether Malört is a traditional spirit or a brand name, so Letherbee decided to use the ancestral Swedish name Bësk and avoid unbottled bitterness. tip of the tongue After you've had your first taste, be sure to Google "Malört face� (no, really). Letherbee's take is so tasty you might not get the same results. We love sipping it as a digestif, but it's also an intriguing addition to cocktails like this one: Combine 1 oz Bësk, 1 oz Vya extra-dry vermouth, 1 oz freshly squeezed Ruby Red grapefruit juice and 1/4 oz simple syrup in a shaker with lots of ice. Shake until very cold and strain into a chilled cocktail glass.

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