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A super cute lightweight tote to fill with some goodies for someone you love. It's a whole lotta love. Tote Product Description:; 100% Cotton Canvas, 6 ounce fabric; 14;x16;, self-fabric handles.
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    DB Exc Personalized Scalloped Border Hankie - This beautiful personalized hankie is the perfect "Something New" for your wedding day. Bordered by a simple crochet edge, this cotton hankie can be personalized with a single initial. Choose from a selection of David's Bridal exclusive thread colors to create a heartfelt keepsake. Features and Facts: Size: 11.5" square Material: 100% cotton Personalization with a single initial in one of David's Bridal's exclusive thread colors.

  • Carignane Red Wine 2009

    Coturri Winery

    Carignane Red Wine 2009 - This is a big wine. There's beautiful fruit up front, but then a just-right sweetness balanced by noticeable tannins and a nice tart finish. And the wouldn't be a Coturri bottle without the earthy undertones the winery is known for. Coturri has been making natural wine since long before it became a trend. This means certified organic grapes, open tanks for naturally occurring yeasts to do all the fermentation and old-fashioned pressing methods. The wines are intense, earthy, somewhat funky, with true terroir and huge personality. If you've never tasted a natural wine before, it might take some getting used to, but we think if you embrace the funkiness, the bold flavors will win you over. tip of the tongue Pair this wine with an aged steak, especially if it's grilled. did you know? Carignane grapes are traditionally grown in the Rhone and Southern France, where it's typically used as a blending grape.

  • Honey Marshmallows


    Honey Marshmallows - Honey + marshmallows? We bee happy. Made with love and care (and no corn syrup!) in Florida, they're a purely fun sweet you can feel good about. The box design is fabulous, so these make an awesome stand-alone gift. We're totally buzzing over these! tip of the tongue Add a few of these to the top of an open-face apple pie, then stick under the broiler for a few minutes (but watch carefully!). ingredients Honey, cane sugar, kosher gelatin, confection sugar, cream of tartar. 16 marshmallows come in a 4 oz box. NOTE: Produced in a facility that handles nut products.

  • Extra Dark Drinking Chocolate


    Extra Dark Drinking Chocolate - Love the tin. Love the name (Sucré is French for "sweetened"). Love the hot chocolate. Pastry chef Tariq Hanna grew up next to cacao farms in Nigeria, so he's learned a thing or two about exceptional chocolate. He makes his dark drinking chocolate from crushed whole beans, so it's intensely chocolate-y, but dissolves easily in milk. 65% single origin cacao from Venezuela makes for a rich yet comforting mug, perfect for sipping on a chilly walk or curled up on the couch. tip of the tongue Serve for dessert at your next dinner party along with a trio of marshmallows: Three Tart's vanilla bean, Wondermade pumpkin and Wondermade bourbon!

  • Fall For Fall


    Fall For Fall - Tuesday, September 23rd is the official first day of fall. Translation? Turtleneck sweaters, brisk mornings, dazzling foliage and of course, making out behind the bleachers at homecoming. Autumn's so good, we just want to eat it up. If you could take the best parts of fall and capture them in flavor form, you'd have the cozy collection of seasonal eats in our Fall For You Taster: chewy cookies loaded with ginger taste straight from grandma's kitchen, apple caramel jam (like a fancy French tarte tatin in a jar!), cranberry-hazelnut crisps crunchier than the biggest leafpile and a salted caramel apple artisanal pop-tart that beats any pre-packaged tart scarfed down on the school bus. In this taster Salted Caramel Apple Popped Tart made by Megpies Bakeshop Salted Caramel Apple Popped Tart - Salted Caramel Apple Popped Tart Megpies Bakeshop Organic Cranberry & Hazelnut Crisps made by Potters Crackers Organic Cranberry Hazelnut Crisps - Organic Cranberry Hazelnut Crisps Potter's Crackers (CRA-313-14-FW) Maple Roasted Cashews made by Allgood Provisions Maple Roasted Cashews - Maple Cashews Allgood Provisions (SNK-374-14-S) Triple Ginger Cookies made by Lomaxine Triple Ginger Cookies - Triple Ginger Cookies Lomaxine (COK-210-11-S) Apple Caramel Jam by Rare Bird Preserves Apple Caramel Preserves - Apple Caramel Preserves Rare Bird Preserves (SPD-295-12-S) Comes packed in our signature cotton tote along with a few surprises. Our makers are truly small-batch, so occasionally we may need to swap an out-of-stock item in a taster for a similar one. We promise it will be something equally delicious!

  • Fresco Chocolate

    Fresco Chocolate

    Fresco Chocolate - This is chocolate for the cacao geek in your life. Fresco's mission is to create delicious bars that clearly illustrate the connection between craft and taste, offering a transparent description of the process. In other words, taste, compare and learn something about chocolate, geek. Every bar is made from just two ingredients: cocoa beans and cane sugar. Cocoa beans and sugar!! The difference in taste has to do with which single origin bean was used and how it was processed. Interesting. Learning never tasted so good. Chocolate Tasting Flight The best way to taste these bars is as a trio. Go from light to dark and you'll be blown away by the difference between each bar, despite the fact that the only different is how long the cocoa beans were roasted. Papua New Guinea 69% Light Roast Medium Conche This lightly roasted cacao is noticably fruity with complex tropical notes. Papua New Guinea 69% Medium Roast Medium Conche The medium roast tastes nutty, with roasted sugar notes, then transitions to something almost citrus-y. Papua New Guinea 69% Dark Roast Medium Conche The dark roast brings out notes of caramelized brown sugar and roasted nuts and a fruity finish. INGREDIENTS: Cacao beans, cane sugar. Comes in a 1.6 oz bar.

  • Florida Tupelo Honey

    Honey Pax

    Florida Tupelo Honey - Tupelo, known as the "Queen of Honeys," is a rare and beautiful honey harvested a spare few weeks per year in North Florida's Apalachicola River Basin. Unlike other honeys, Tupelo will never crystallize – it stays forever elegant, floral and downright regal. After coming up with adorable, eco-friendly, two-teaspoon to-go packets, Honey Pax has now launched a gorgeous glass bottle of this addictive nectar. As if you needed any further convincing of how crazy good this honey is, see for yourself: each bottle has a hive code on the top that shows the origin of your bottle. TIP OF THE TONGUE Drop a bit into your morning coffee. Drizzle onto a peanut butter and banana sandwich. Pair with your favorite cheese. INGREDIENTS Raw Tupelo honey. Comes in a 13 oz, 40% post recycled glass bottle. Do not give honey to infants under 18 months.

  • Ginger Syrup

    Morris Kitchen

    Ginger Syrup - Kari Morris first fell in love with ginger syrup when staying with friends in the south of France and came home inspired to make her own. Ginger is juiced and combined with exactly the right amount of sugar then reduced to perfection in a process Kari describes as "procure-clean-juice-strain-boil-skim-bottle-cool-label-stamp-deliver and repeat." When you can finally bring yourself to open that gorgeous, leave-on-the-counter-worthy, amber bottle, you'll absolutely fall in love with the delicious, potent gingery elixir. tip of the tongue An easy Dark and Stormy, brought to you by Morris Kitchen: 2 oz dark rum, 1/2 oz Morris Kitchen Ginger Syrup, 1 oz lime, 3 oz seltzer. Garnish with a lime wheel and enjoy. ingredients Ginger, sugar (gotta love that).

  • Good Food Award Winners Taster


    Good Food Award Winners Taster - We're big fans of the Good Food Awards. The products that win not only taste great, but they also meet super high standards: Makers who seek out local, organic ingredients. Makers who invest in employees and their communities. Makers who care about process. But it's not enough just to do good. Winning foods and drinks are selected through a blind taste test, judged by a panel of experts in every category: Beer, charcuterie, cheese, chocolate, coffee, confections, oils, pickles, preserves and spirits. We're thrilled that so many of our Mouth makers are on this year's list of winners! (Congrats!) Amazing single-origin chocolates, superlative pickles, awesome goat milk caramels, tart-sweet soda syrup and vinegar; now you can get all of our Good Food in one place. Try each for yourself, assembled here in one winning bag. An awesome gift for any foodie. In this taster Sweet Chip Pickles made by Gordy's A bottle of P&H Soda's Hibiscus Syrup Cajun String Beans made by Unbound Pickling Chai Latte Goat Milk Caramels made by Big Picture Farm Blackberry Vinegar from Hoskins Berry Farm Costa Rica Dark Chocolate Bar by Ritual Chocolate Salted Caramel White Chocolate Bar made by Nutty Steph's Black Sesame Brittle made by Sweet Dragon Baking Company Tart Cherry Grenadine from Quince & Apple All these delicious items come carefully packed in our signature Mouth cotton tote, along with a few surprises.

  • Junipero Gin

    Anchor Distilling

    Junipero Gin - The juniper is front and center in this refreshing, distinctive gin with a clean, crisp mouthfeel. Like most gins, it's made with about a dozen botanicals, but the rest of the mix is top secret. We're just impressed that the blend is so harmonious, perfectly setting off the bracing, piney flavor of the juniper. tip of the tongue This is the ideal style of gin for making spirits-heavy cocktails like The Last Word: Combine 3/4 oz Junipero gin, 3/4 oz. green Chartreuse, 3/4 oz. maraschino liqueur and 3/4 oz fresh lime juice in a cocktail shaker with lots of ice. Shake until very cold and strain into a chilled cocktail glass. Guaranteed to end any argument. did you know? Gin can be infused with a wide variety of botanicals, but it MUST contain juniper berries, which are responsible for that distinct, piney, gin-y flavor. ingredients 49.3% alcohol by volume; comes in a 750ml bottle.

  • Peanut Butter & Jelly Taster


    Peanut Butter & Jelly Taster - Everyone's favorite sandwich just got an upgrade! We've got crazy-good peanut butter in varieties blended with stuff that only makes it better, like almonds, cashews, or chocolate (and the list goes on). We promise you a jar like no other. And let's talk about jam. We work with jam makers who are masters at taking a simple, old-fashioned concept jam and elevating it to something sublime. You will swoon from the perfect balance of fruit and sweet and tart. We're also throwing in a peanut butter and jelly macaroon so you can get your PBJ fix wherever you go. In this taster The Jam Stand's Drunken Monkey Jam Drunken Monkey Jam - Drunken Monkey The Jam Stand (SPD-195-10-S) Crunchy Peanut Butter made by Peanut Butter Boy Crunchy Peanut Butter - Crunchy Peanut Butter Boy (SPD-287-11-S) PB&J Macaroons by Danny Macaroons PB&J Macaroons - PB&J Macaroons Danny Macaroons (COK-144-14-F) Peanut Cashew Nut Butter by Big Spoon Roasters Peanut Cashew Nut Butter - Peanut Cashew Big Spoon Roasters (SPD-112-11-S) Organic Raspberry Jam from Heidi's Raspberry Farm Organic Raspberry Jam - Organic Raspberry Jam Heidi's Raspberry Farm (SPD-347-10-S) These yummy treats will come packed in our signature Mouth cotton tote, along with some other goodies. *Our makers are truly small-batch, so occasionally we may need to swap an out-of-stock item in a taster for a similar one. We promise it will be something equally delicious!

  • Passion Fruit Hawaiian Dark Chocolate Bar

    Madre Chocolate

    Passion Fruit Hawaiian Dark Chocolate Bar - Bean-to-bar chocolate from Hawaii? Aloha! Hawaii is the only place in the United States that cacao can grow . So we were thrilled when we discovered this chocolate. Not only does Madre use lightly processed, high-antioxidant cacao beans grown in Hawaii, but makers David Elliot and Nat Bletter also seek out Hawaiian-grown vanilla, passion fruit and even tea for their flavored bars. Known in Hawaii as lilikoi, passion fruit is originally from South and Central America, where parents give it to their kids at bedtime for its calming properties. The aromatic Hawaiian passion fruit mellows out the slight bitterness of 70% dark chocolate from the Big Island's Hamakua coast. Tip of the Tongue Go the extra mile and spread a little Hey Boo Coconut Jam on top of this chocolate for a totally indulgent tropical dessert. Ingredients Hawaiian cocoa beans, organic sugar, organic cocoa butter, Hawaiian passion fruit, Mexican whole vanilla. Comes in a 1.5 oz bar. NOTE: Produced in a facility that handles nuts and dairy.

  • Mason Jar Cocktail Shaker

    W&P Designs

    Mason Jar Cocktail Shaker - Yes, we got in on the Mason jar trend early, too. What's not to love about this iconic American jar? It's beautiful, sturdy and oh-so-versatile. We use 'em for water, to bring our lunch to work (perfect for soup!), vases, pen holders – what can't they do? The folks at W&P Designs felt the same way when they were re-imagining the cocktail shaker. Now, making great drinks has never been easier – just build your cocktail (or favorite iced coffee!) in the jar, screw on the lid, add the cap, shake and pour through the built-in strainer. Is it 5 o'clock yet? tip of the tongue Bartender's tip: The secret to a great shaken drink is to use lots of ice and shake for longer than you think you should. You know it's ready when the shaker is so cold you want to reach for your gloves! specifications 32 oz shaker made from glass and stainless steel. Hand wash stainless steel components.

  • Mild Hot Sauce


    Mild Hot Sauce - Sure, it's spicy, but tangy, mild and light enough that you can just keep eating it without a break – and you won't want to stop, because Forge has so much flavor it almost doesn't need anything to adorn. Garlic and onion assist with that, while jalapeño competes with mellower green poblano peppers for spice, spiraling toward fiery territory before bowing out gracefully to let more nuanced flavors shine. Hats off to the obsessives at Forge – this is truly a masterpiece of a sauce! Tip of the Tongue It's tough to think of anything that wouldn't be better with a drizzle of this mild, green hot sauce: fish tacos, mixed into a veggie burger, even potato salad. Gift it to someone whose hot sauce love affair is just getting started – it's a great warm-up for a lifetime of heat. Ingredients Vinegar, water, poblano peppers, jalapeño peppers, onion, garlic, salt, brown sugar, pepper. Comes in a 5 fl. oz. bottle.

  • Navy Strength Rum

    Lost Spirits Distillery

    Navy Strength Rum - This is no ordinary rum. And not just because it's extra strong! Head distiller Bryan Alexander Davis goes all out to make this one of the most flavorful rums we've ever tasted. He starts his Navy Strength Rum* with Grade A molasses (most rums are made from a lower grade), which is fermented with a mix of rotten bananas and yeast. That mixture is called "dunder," and it's a traditional component of Jamaican rum, which creates more concentrated flavors once the mixture is distilled. Lost Spirits' rum ages in Oloroso Sherry-seasoned new American oak, adding even more complexity to the finished liquor. Bryan first became famous for distilling superb absinthe in Spain, then for moving back to his native California to create tiny runs of spectacular peated whiskeys. His new obsession is making rum, and his new flagship is sure to get people talking about him all over again. * While not the same as Navy Strength gin, the concept has just as much to do with maritime rations. To save resources, sailors were given watered-down rum (called "grog"), but it still needed to deliver strong and bracing flavors. By adopting the Jamaican process of adding dunder, Lost Spirits is concentrating more and more flavor to produce a rum that won't be weakened by other elements of a cocktail. tip of the tongue This rum is the ideal spirit for making any cocktail that calls for dark rum, like a Planter's Punch: Combine 1 1/2 oz rum with 1/2 oz fresh lemon juice, 1/2 teaspoon sugar and 2 dashes Hella Bitters Aromatic Bitters in a cocktail shaker with ice. Shake vigorously and strain into a tall glass, then add ice and top off with seltzer or club soda. ingredients Distilled from Grade A molasses; 68% alcohol by volume; comes in a 750ml bottle.

  • Lime Cucumber Cocktail Syrup

    Quince and Apple

    Lime Cucumber Cocktail Syrup - Tart limes, cooling cucumbers and a hint of fresh mint – what could be better, people? This newest cocktail syrup from Quince & Apple pairs beautifully with vodka, tequila, rum and gin, and it tastes like something you'd drink at an ocean-side bar with talented bartenders. (Seriously, this is getaway-in-a-glass.) Plus, it comes in a beautiful bottle, so feel free to display it proudly on your vintage bar cart. tip of the tongue Whip up a restaurant-quality cocktail at home with Quince and Apple's recipe for a cucumber mojito: Muddle 2 sprigs fresh mint with 2 lime wedges. Add 1 oz lime and cucumber syrup and fill glass with ice. Top with 2 oz of rum and a splash (or more) of club soda. Ah, so refreshing! ingredients Sugar, water, limes, cucumber and fresh mint. Comes in a gift-worthy 8.5 oz bottle with a rubber stopper.

  • Pomegranate Rose Grenadine

    City of Daughters

    Pomegranate Rose Grenadine - City of Daughters spawned from a famous cocktail bar called Elsa in New York's East Village. After slinging re-imagined takes on classic cocktails since 2008, the husband and wife team behind Elsa (Jay Schneider and Natalka Burian) decided to bring the unique experience of Elsa to everyone's home. Made in Brooklyn with only the finest, freshest ingredients, this is a true grenadine with the brilliant, gorgeous addition of organic rose hips. Most grenadines found in grocery stores get their red hue from artificial ingredients – City and Daughters gets its red tine from tart, sweet pomegranate juice, just like the old classic grenadines. And no high fructose corn syrup allowed. TIP OF THE TONGUE Mix a classic Jack Rose: 2 ounces applejack, 3/4 ounces Elsa's Rose Hip Grenadine, and 3/4 ounce fresh lemon juice. Shake with ice; strain into a chilled glass, coupe preferred. Garnish with a lemon or lime wheel. Cheers! Ingredients Pomegranate juice, organic pure cane sugar, orange blossom water, organic rose hips, organic rose petals. Comes in an 8 oz. bottle. Refrigerate after opening.

  • Snack'r Candy Bar

    Liddabit Sweets

    Snack'r Candy Bar - You know what this bar will be like without even tasting it but, we promise, it exceeds all expectations. This is your favorite Halloween candy bar all grown up, in its Sunday best. Creamy chocolate nougat, lightly salted, awesomely chewy. Roasted peanuts crunch in a gooey layer of caramel. Dark chocolate coating holds it all together. Miraculous. tip of the tongue To be voted most popular Godparent/Babysitter/Cool Aunt around, keep a reserve of these killer bars to dole out at will. Or, hoard for yourself for an instant, non-disappointing trip down memory lane. ingredients Light corn syrup, dark chocolate, cane sugar, evaporated milk, peanuts, Ronnybrook cream, egg whites, butter, gelatin, vanilla, sea salt. Comes in a 3.5 oz bar. NOTE: Produced in a facility that handles dairy, egg, nuts, soy, and wheat.

  • Ron del Barrilito Three Star

    Edmundo B. Fernandez Inc.

    Ron del Barrilito Three Star - There’s a time to mix, and a time to sip. This rum is for sipping. Nutty and earthy with a hint of warm spices, Ron del Barrilito is for fans of aged brandies and whiskeys. We really had no idea rum could taste so rich and complex, yet balanced. This has become our go-to gift for impressing fancy friends (no need for them to know it's such a good deal). The Fernandez family takes freshly distilled white rum and processes it the same way the French do with cognac, using an antique system brought to the U.S. over 100 years ago. It’s a labor of love, and they only produce around 9,000 cases each year (for comparison: one well-known producer also based in Puerto Rico makes about 20 million cases a year). For the Geeks: Instead of filtering, the rum is slowly moved through a series of oak tanks, where the sediment naturally sinks to the bottom. Then, it rests in wine barrels for 6 to 10 years until the family is ready to blend it into the perfect mix for bottling. tip of the tongue Daiquiri have gotten a bad rap, but this classic version is one of our favorite drinks ever. Combine 2 oz Ron del Barrilito, 1 oz simple syrup and 1 oz freshly squeezed lime juice in a cocktail shaker with lots of ice. Shake until very cold and strain into a chilled cocktail glass. ingredients 43% alcohol by volume; comes in a 750ml bottle.

  • The One and Only Buckwheat

    Catskill Distilling Company

    The One and Only Buckwheat - Buckwheat isn’t technically a grain (thanks, Internet!), so this isn’t, technically, whiskey. But buckwheat tastes and acts like a grain when cooking and distilling, making for one of the most interesting and exciting "whiskeys" we’ve tasted. It’s rich and earthy (that's the buckwheat!), with hints of dried fruit, spice and vanilla. Catskill Distilling Company got its license through the New York State Farm Distillery Act, which not only allows micro-distilleries to flourish, but also helps out local agriculture in a big way. Catskill Distilling buys its grain and buckwheat from a local mill and feeds spent mash to local farm animals. We love this, of course. tip of the tongue We're mixing this flavorful "whiskey" into an innovative take on the classic Manhattan: Combine 2 oz Buckwheat with 1/2 oz. sweet vermouth, and 2 to 3 dashes aromatic bitters in a mixing glass with lots of ice. Stir well, strain into a chilled cocktail glass and garnish with a cherry. ingredients Distilled from 80% buckwheat, 20% corn and malted barley; 42.5% alcohol by volume; comes in a 375ml bottle.

  • Upala 70% Dark Chocolate with Nibs

    Potomac Chocolate

    Upala 70% Dark Chocolate with Nibs - The Upala 70% dark chocolate bar is made using cacao from Costa Rica's Upala district, featuring rich, earthy tones and raspberry and caramel top notes. The addition of the nibs from the cocoa beans brings an extra element of chocolate with a satisfying crunch. Not to mention, nibs – peeled and crumbled from whole beans – bring tons of antioxidants, vitamins, minerals and fiber. As if you needed an excuse to have some chocolate with your chocolate. Washington, DC is a political city, rife with strong opinions. So beltway-based bean-to-bar chocolatier Ben Rasmussen fits right in, even though the only office he holds is in a small chocolate workshop. He lobbies hard for chocolate made from cacao beans whose unique flavors have been carefully coaxed out and unadulterated by anything other than sugar. His bars are as intense as any DC denizen, perfect for those who dwell on the dark side of chocolate. Tip of the Tongue Just like its nib-less counterpart bar, this one is perfect to crumble on creamy, sweet desserts – the crunch factor just takes it to the next level. Or, crumble it into a bag of pretzels or nuts for the sweet-salty effect. ingredients Cocoa beans, sugar. Comes in a 1.76 oz bar.

  • Zeppelin Bend Straight Whiskey

    New Holland Artisan Spirits

    Zeppelin Bend Straight Whiskey - New Holland started as a craft brewery, and they are able to bring that creative spirit to the distillery. Their expertise with malted barley really shines through this whiskey made from 100% barley malt. Like a Scotch without the peat, Zeppelin Bend has a deep and rich maltiness, with huge grain flavor and a little hint of fresh cut grass. It's aged for a minimum of three years in heavily charred oak barrels, which adds flavors of vanilla, clove and, yes, oak to the mix. tip of the tongue It’s a terrific whiskey for pairing with rich and creamy cheese, like Vermont Creamery's Cremont. ingredients 45% alcohol by volume; comes in a 750ml bottle.

  • Whole Wheat Espresso Chip Shortbread

    Lark Fine Foods

    Whole Wheat Espresso Chip Shortbread - We have to admit, on occasion we like our treats to be a little less...guilt-inducing. Hence a long search for a whole wheat cookie that would be as delicious as its ingredients. Enter Lark FIne Foods! The nuttiness of whole wheat is a perfect foil for the bitterness of espresso and the richness of dark chocolate chips. Plus, Lark mixes, slices, scoops, bakes and packs every cookie by hand. Even better. tip of the tongue Stash a bag of these in your desk drawer for when you miss your morning caffeine fix. We won't tell. ingredients 100& unbleached whole wheat flour, butter (milk) with natural flavoring, pure cane sugar, chocolate (sugar, chocolate liquor, cocoa butter, soya lecithin as emulsifier, vanilla extract), espresso coffee, natural flavoring, salt. Approximately 12 cookies come in a 6.7 oz bag. NOTE: Produced in a facility that handles peanuts, tree nuts, soy, and eggs.

  • Amberthorn Vermouth

    Amberthorn Vermouth - What comes to mind when we hear "amberthorn"? Something honeyed, rich, smooth like amber, but with a little balanced kick from something herbal and bitter, in the best way. So, we're completely obsessed with what Amberthorn Vermouth actually is – a complexly flavored, rich, herbal white vermouth. It all starts with a North Fork Chardonnay, infused with fragrant aromatics including anise, lavender, basil and citrus. A dose of apple brandy from upstate New York gives it a sweet warmth, plus a drizzle of raw honey. That honey gives it a soft, mouth-coating texture, but the hints of sweetness are beautifully balanced by the bitter and herbal notes of the herbs, zests and roots. Atsby founder Adam Ford was inspired by vermouths he drank in Europe, but rather than just imitating what had already been done, he set out to create a truly New World vermouth. Indeed, it makes an inspiring cocktail, but we never have trouble finishing the bottle, because we'd happily sip it on the rocks every night before dinner. tip of the tongue We love to play up the apple notes in this vermouth by pairing it with more apple brandy. Combine 2 oz Amberthorn Vermouth, 3/4 oz apple brandy, 1/2 oz freshly squeezed lemon juice and a dash of lavender or celery bitters in a cocktail shaker with lots of ice. Shake until very cold and strain into a chilled cocktail glass. did you know? Vermouth is only 16% alcohol by volume, so it won't last forever once you've cracked that bottle open. We definitely recommend keeping it in the fridge and drinking it up within a few weeks.