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  • Diamond Valet Engravable Keychain


    Diamond Valet Engravable Keychain - Designed to complement an active lifestyle, this sterling silver valet key chain features a diamond stud and is a classic choice for groomsmen. This key ring features a detachable ring for valet use; pull apart and a spring mechanism releases the valet key ring. The timeless design also features a perfect area for engraving for a personal effect.

  • Gold Diamond Engraved Valet Key Chain


    Gold Diamond Engraved Valet Key Chain - Designed to complement an active lifestyle, this valet key chain by Kwiat Jewelers is made in sterling silver and plated with 18kt gold, features a diamond stud. A classic choice for groomsmen, this key ring has a detachable ring for valet use; pull apart and a spring mechanism releases the valet key ring. The timeless design also features a perfect area for engraving for a personal effect.

  • Gold Golf Key Ring


    Gold Golf Key Ring - Take a swing at getting the perfect gift for the golf lover with this key ring crafted from sterling silver and plated with 18kt gold. A clever and intriguing twist on the traditional key ring, the minimalist design makes an eloquent statement of the passion you or your lucky friend have for the royal game of golf.

  • Almond Bran

    Almond Bran - Almond Bran is made from 100% dried almond skins, which have been ground to perfection. It is rich in dietary fiber and powerful antioxidants, and is a good source of essential minerals such as magnesium, calcium, phosphorus, and potassium. Without the calories and fat associated with eating whole almonds, Almond Bran is considered a concentrated nutritional supplement. Try adding it to baked goods or smoothies, or sprinkling it over cereals and salads for a mild nutty flavor.

  • 77 Local Rye and Corn Whiskey

    Breuckelen Distilling

    77 Local Rye and Corn Whiskey - Made from 85% rye, 15% corn and aged in new American oak barrels, this whiskey strikes a great balance between rye’s black pepper bite and corn's caramel sweetness. And the hint of oak-y vanilla is simply the cherry on top. Our neighbors at Breuckelen Distilling only use grains from New York State and do every part of the distilling process in-house, from milling through bottling. Their whiskey is a fantastic example of the best of NY craft distilling. tip of the tongue Breuckelen proudly proclaims they buy as much of their grain as possible from a farmer named Thor Oechsner and trust him to source any additional grain they need from his neighbors. We love Breuckelen's commitment to supporting our local agriculture. Thanks, Thor.

  • Chocolate Granola

    Blackbird Food Company

    Chocolate Granola - This granola is seriously delicious – and not in a too-sweet, empty calorie, sugar cereal kind of way. It gets its chocolate punch from three sources: Oats are coated in single-origin cocoa powder as well as dark chocolate, and mixed with chopped, toasted cocoa nibs (a bonus super food). Dark, intense and totally satisfying. We're not kidding around. tip of the tongue Roast a pan of seasonal fruit (strawberries in spring, peaches in summer, apples in fall and winter) sprinkled generously with sugar and butter, then top with a few handfuls of chocolate granola for a creative, cacao-laden take on a crisp.

  • Candy Land


    Candy Land - Yes, for that sweet-toothed sugar-lover in your life, we've assembled two collections of lovely goodies straight from the land of all things candy. Start at Caramel Castle with plenty of chewy, smooth caramel to go 'round, then cruise to Taffy Tower for shovelfuls of the salty stuff. Float away on marshmallow clouds or sugary pate de fruit, and wonder why you never switched to these indie reinventions of your nostalgic favorites before. It's the perfect, hoard-worthy package for your desk snack drawer, or your kids' candy cabinet. And who best to govern the land of sweets and smiles than King Candy? This fit-for-royalty package includes maple-bacon lollipops (yes!) and dreamy chewy stars, bursting with real fruit flavor. Talk about your childhood wishes. Rainbow path not included. OPTION 1: Candy Land X&O Candies made by Raley's Confectionary Raspberry Pate de Fruit Heart made by Willamette Valley Confectionary Sweet Peanut Brittle from Liddabit Pure Bourbon Vanilla Goat Milk Caramels made by Big Picture Farm Apple Cinnamon Marshmallows made by Wondermade Marshmallows Sea Salt Caramel Salt Water Taffy by Salty Road OPTION 2: King Candy Raspberry Pate de Fruit Heart made by Willamette Valley Confectionary Dreams Come Chew Candies made by Quin Candy A 4-pack of Roni-Sue's Maple Bacon Lollipops X&O Candies made by Raley's Confectionary Sour Drop Candies made by Papabubble Sweet Peanut Brittle from Liddabit Pure Bourbon Vanilla Goat Milk Caramels made by Big Picture Farm Apple Cinnamon Marshmallows made by Wondermade Marshmallows Sea Salt Caramel Salt Water Taffy by Salty Road

  • Cashew & Coconut Granola

    Hudson Henry Baking Co.

    Cashew & Coconut Granola - Beauty is on the inside, not the outside, right? Hope Lawrence of Hudson Henry Baking Co. believes in the best of both worlds, with good-for-you granolas packed in gorgeous bags. Wake up to inspirational tips and inspired flavors. If, for some reason, you’ve been hoping for a maddeningly tasty combo of cashew, coconut and cinnamon, your prayers are answered in this scary-good granola. Toasty, crunchy oats stick to bits of salty cashew thanks to maple syrup and coconut oil. Amen. tip of the tongue Melt gooey marshmallow, add scoopfuls of granola, bake and cut into squares for a twist on cereal treats.

  • 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.

  • Apple Mint Vermouth

    Uncouth Vermouth

    Apple Mint Vermouth - Don't expect a prim and proper drink – this is vermouth gone wild! Dry and sippable, the cool, minty finish is totally refreshing (the apple refers to the type of wild mint, by the way, so no fruit here!). Maker Bianca Miraglia starts with Long Island wines from Red Hook Winery, then infuses them with herbs, mostly foraged by her or grown in her mother's garden. Her vermouth gets its bitterness from mugwort, a relative of wormwood, the traditional ingredient for making vermouth, well, bitter. Once the wine is infused, Bianca strains the herbs, rather than filtering (hence the cloudiness), then adds brandy (also made from Long Island grapes) to fortify the wine to 18% alcohol. Bianca makes her vermouth in tiny batches, so it's not always available. Buy a bottle (or two!) while you can. tip of the tongue Bianca recommends finishing a bottle within three or four weeks for peak freshness. We like to serve it chilled with a lemon twist before dinner.

  • Dark Chocolate Covered Nut Clusters

    Valerie Confections

    Dark Chocolate Covered Nut Clusters - This very good mix of crunchy, chocolate-covered almonds and pumpkin seeds is one of the tastiest cacao-drenched snacks to come across our tasting table in a while. With just enough brown sugar and sea salt to satisfy our sweet-savory cravings, we all kept going back for just one more handful. It started out as a gluten-gree variation on chocolate-studded granola, but by the time Valerie Gordon of Valerie Confections was done, it had firmly crossed over from sort-of-cereal to incredible snack. She teamed up with the super-cool folks at Commune Design studio to produce this beautiful bag, as well as their Giant Fruit and Nut Dark Milk Chocolate Bar . tip of the tongue Pack a bag for a good (nay, great!) movie-watching munch at the theater. Add a few decadent clusters to your afternoon caffeine routine – the balance between iced coffee and bittersweet chocolate is a favorite around Mouth HQ!

  • Imperial Barrel Aged Gin

    Roundhouse Spirits

    Imperial Barrel Aged Gin - Some people have taken to calling this spirit "Ginskey" because it's sort of like a cross between gin and whiskey. We call it delicious, whether it's served on the rocks or mixed up into a cocktail. It all starts with an infusion of green tea, lavender, hibiscus and chamomile, rounding out the classic additions of juniper and citrus. Next, it's aged for at least 10 months in oak barrels, mellowing out the botanicals and adding a nutty warmth and a hint of vanilla from the oak. Barrel-aged gins are newly trendy, so this bottle makes a great gift for spirits enthusiasts. tip of the tongue For a super-simple sweet and refreshing cocktail, try 1 1/2 oz barrel-aged gin, 1 oz P&H Cream Soda Syrup and 6 oz seltzer, all gently stirred over ice. ingredients 47% alcohol by volume; comes in a 750ml bottle.

  • James E. Pepper 1776 Rye 15 Years

    Georgetown Trading

    James E. Pepper 1776 Rye 15 Years - We were sold on the taste alone, but this extraordinary bottle also has a really interesting back story... The original James E. Pepper whiskeys are the oldest and most legendary whiskeys in the country! Established in 1776 (date sound familiar, American History buffs?), Pepper whiskeys were distilled throughout three generations, until production ceased in the 1950s. Georgetown Trading has brought back the fabled brand, and they did it justice, collecting and sampling bottles from throughout the Pepper history, from pre, mid and post-Prohibition production. They even acquired a "top secret" letter from Mr. Pepper himself, detailing his family recipe. Then they went in search of whiskeys that lived up to this tradition. Georgetown Trading's 15-year-old rye contains over 90% rye grain, and a long aging process has helped create a revolutionary whiskey, with a subtle spice, rich vanilla and caramel tones, a touch of orange peel and even a little cinnamon and clove. tip of the tongue This is such a rare whiskey, we were only able to get our hands on a few bottles. Please please please buy it soon, before we give in to temptation and drink it all ourselves! ingredients Distilled from more than 90% rye; 46% alcohol by volume; comes in a 750ml bottle.

  • Jackass Hill Muscat of Alexandria 2011

    Martinelli Winery and Vineyards

    Jackass Hill Muscat of Alexandria 2011 - Sweet wine has a not-so-sweet reputation. But forget the cloying stuff made with lots of added sugar and artificial flavors. This muscat has a rich, almost syrupy body with notes of honeysuckle, tropical fruit and vanilla. The long, cool growing season in 2011 resulted in a wine that's sweet, but with a delicious acidity to balance it out, which makes this a great candidate for aging. And the, ahem, questionable name? Martinelli's zinfandel and muscat vines grow on a 60-degree slope vineyard that's the steepest non-terraced hillside vineyard in California. The family always joked that "only a jackass would farm a hill that steep." In fact, when Giuseppe Martinelli died, his 12-year-old son took over caring for the vineyard, and he didn't hand over the responsibility to his own son until he was 89! We think he had the last laugh. tip of the tongue A glass of this Muscat elevates a simple dessert course like ripe berries and creme fraiche, so it's one of our summer entertaining secret weapons. When it's colder, we love it paired with a blue cheese, such as Rogue Creamery's Oregon Blue or Flora Nelle . ingredients 15.9% alcohol by volume; comes in a 375ml bottle.

  • Mexican Chocolate Energy Bars

    Bearded Brothers

    Mexican Chocolate Energy Bars - Mexican chocolate, cocoa nibs and maca, not to mention dates, nuts and other superfoods are all mashed up into this chewy-licious hunk of goodness. Pop this bar after a workout and you'll be buzzing for hours. Two awesomely bearded dudes – friends, outdoorsmen, and lovers of great food – making energy bars we can't get enough of. Hailing from Austin, TX (Brooklyn's unofficial sister city), the bars are organic, vegan, mostly raw and crazy healthy. Have one for breakfast, lunch, snack, dessert, whatever, and feel great from the inside out!

  • Mexican Chocolate Chip Cookie Bites

    Carla Hall Petite Cookies

    Mexican Chocolate Chip Cookie Bites - Here at Mouth, we like to keep it real. And if we're being real with you, we've just gotta say it (because no one else will): chocolate chip cookies are so predictable . It doesn't mean we don't love them. It just means we think they could use a little upgrade. Who doesn't love upgrades? Carla Hall is with us on this one. That's why in her Alchemy line of mini-cookies, she went ahead and upgraded each bite-sized cube of old-school chocolate chip cookie with a dash of cinnamon. That's all it takes to wake up a tired classic: a warm, spicy zing. Spicy chocolate (and spicy everything) is par for the course south of the border, so she deemed these Mexican Chocolate Chip Cookies. We deem them delectable. While competing on Bravo's "Top Chef," Carla Hall spread her infectious philosophy: cook with love. Now, her motto has found its way to baking cookies. Spreading the love is encouraged, as these adorable treats are bite-sized and made for sharing. Each batch is rolled by hand using the freshest seasonal ingredients, and Carla's able to channel her Southern background along with her classic French training. Now, the only question is whether you'll actually share before devouring the whole lovely package! Tip of the Tongue Wash down the spiciness of a Mexican food feast with....more spiciness. And a dash of chocolate, of course. Serve these as dessert at your next Cinco de Mayo get-together (or any time guacamole is involved), maybe with some trés leches cake. When in Rome! Ingredients Semi-sweet chocolate chips, premium flour, butter, sugar, brown sugar, cage free eggs, vanilla extract, baking soda, cinnamon, salt.

  • Milk Chocolate Peanut Butter Bar

    Nutty Steph's

    Milk Chocolate Peanut Butter Bar - Confession: If PB+chocolate were the next Brangelina, we would stalk them like obsessive fangirls. We also really want an autographed chocolate bar from Jacquelyn Rieke (aka Nutty Steph), whose fresh ground peanuts aren’t just covered in milk chocolate – they’re blended in, for a texture so buttery we wish we could drink it. One taste of this combo bar sent us sinking back into our desk chairs, eyes wide like kids at a, well, candy store. tip of the tongue Great for melting on s'mores with Three Tart Vanilla Marshmallows. Pack a bar along with a bag of salted Pipcorn for happy munching at the movies. ingredients Sugar, cocoa mass, fresh ground peanuts, milk, cocoa butter, salt, soy lecithin, vanilla. Comes in a 2.4 oz bar.

  • Organic Ethiopia Amaro Gayo Natural

    Deeper Roots Coffee

    Organic Ethiopia Amaro Gayo Natural - A classic, natural-processed Ethiopian, this coffee has rich, syrupy body with flavors of juicy blueberry and black currants. So blueberry-licious, in fact, that it's almost hard to believe it's not flavored coffee. We're not going to tell you how to take your cup, but even coffee newbies are often struck by the distinctive flavors of this type of coffee, so take a sip before adding milk or sugar. Your tongue will thank you. tip of the tongue Amaro Gayo comes from Ethiopia’s only female exporter, Asnaketch Thomas, who's native to the Amaro region, situated within the larger Sidamo region of Ethiopia. ingredients Medium-dark roast; Heirloom Ethiopian varieties; natural process, sun-dried on raised beds; grown at 1585 meters above sea level. Whole beans; comes in a 12 oz bag.

  • The Big Jerk


    The Big Jerk - Included in this jerky sampler are gems from five fabulous jerky makers. You won't believe the flavor or texture; it's nothing like any jerky you've ever sampled. Some spicy, some Asian-flavored, some peppery. All addictive. Super high in protein, low in calories and low in fat, jerky is an addictive, healthy, low-carb snack. Makes an awesome gift for a meat lover. In this taster Chicken Jerky made by Chef's Cut Real Jerky Chicken Jerky - Chicken Jerky Chef's Cut: Real Jerky (JKY-238-12-S) Kings County Sichuan Ginger Beef Jerky Kings County Beef Jerky - Sichuan Ginger Kings County Jerky (JKY-203-12-S) Teriyaki King Salmon Jerky made by Ruby Bay Seafood Teriyaki King Salmon Jerky - Teriyaki / 1.25 oz Ruby Bay Seafood (JKY-186-11-S) Honey Chipotle Beef Jerky made by Lawess Jerky Honey Chipotle Beef Jerky - Honey Chipotle Lawless Jerky (JKY-345-14-S) Slant Shack's Vermont Maple Glaze & Garlic Beef Jerky Beef Jerky - Vermont Maple Glaze & Garlic Slant Shack (JKY-255-21-S) All this meat madness comes packed in our signature Mouth cotton tote, along with a few 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!

  • Sorel Liqueur

    Jack from Brooklyn

    Sorel Liqueur - Tart, sweet and spiced, Sorel was inspired by the traditional Caribbean drink of the same name. Jack from Brooklyn starts with 100% organic grain alcohol, then infuses it with hibiscus, clove, cassia, ginger, nutmeg and cane sugar. B artenders all over New York are trying it in a wide array of cocktails, but it doesn't take a professional to turn this into a great drink. It's not overly boozy, so it's terrific on its own or mixed with seltzer. And it adds an amazing fruit punch flavor when paired up with simpler spirits, like vodka. tip of the tongue We like the sound of the Sailer's Warning: Pour 3 oz ginger beer into a tumbler filled with crushed ice. Add 2 oz Sorel, 1/2 oz spiced rum and 1/2 oz fresh lime juice. Stir and top with a thin slice of lime. ingredients 15% alcohol by volume; comes in a 750ml bottle.

  • Summer Spirit


    Summer Spirit - Summer, summer, summertime. Time to sit back and unwind. Whether youre pouring poolside or sipping on a stoop, sweltering heat demands something chill and ahhhhh-inducing. So we've assembled the season's best to get you through the dog days. (And dog nights!) A versatile gin that's perfect for tall summer coolers; bright and citrus-y limoncello liqueur (also amazing on sorbet!); and rum from NOLA, the home of muggy heat, for those daiquiris and mojitos you'll be craving. Straw not included. In this taster Bluecoat Gin made by Philadelphia Distilling Bluecoat Gin - Bluecoat Gin Philadelphia Distilling (GIN-3041-10-S) Limoncello made by Ventura Limoncello Company Limoncello - Limoncello Ventura Limoncello Company (LQR-3053-10-S) Old New Orleans Crystal Rum made by Celebration Distillation Old New Orleans Crystal Rum - Old New Orleans Crystal Rum Celebration Distillation (RUM-3013-12-S) All this comes carefully packed in one of our signature Mouth cotton totes, 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!

  • Red Bear Espresso

    Kuma Coffee

    Red Bear Espresso - Espresso beans are like bears (please, bear with us). Strong, assertive, maybe even a little intimidating at first, but totally soft and sweet behind the roar. Kuma's Red Bear Espresso is blended to be caramel sweet and cocoa smooth with just enough fruit in the finish to remind you that this is coffee with attitude. Roastmaster Mark Barany recommends it for straight espresso or combined with milk, but it's also just fine to brew these beans, any way you like, to make your coffee. Just wrap your paws around a hot mug and sip away. tip of the tongue Did you know there's no such thing as an espresso bean? Espresso has to do with the way coffee is made. When beans are labeled espresso, it just means that the roaster recommends using those beans to make espresso. Another fun fact? Espresso is stronger than coffee by volume, but a shot of espresso has much less caffeine than a small (8 oz.) cup of coffee. ingredients Light-medium roast; whole beans; comes in a 12 oz bag.

  • Traditional Gin

    Cold River

    Traditional Gin - This gin strikes a perfect balance between the old-school English style (lots of juniper) and the modern American style (quieter juniper, experimental botanicals). Yes, the juniper is pronounced from the get-go, but there's a final savory zing of anise that we’re crazy about. Cold River distills its gin from potatoes they grow on a small farm in Maine, with water straight from the river they're named after. The potato base gives the gin a richer body and more pronounced heat, so it stands up nicely to strong flavors in cocktails. tip of the tongue Just because it's "traditional" doesn't mean you shouldn't do something bold and different! Cold River suggests a "Cilantro Smash," so muddle 6 cilantro leaves and 3/4 oz lime juice, add 3/4 oz simple syrup + 2 oz gin, shake with ice, strain into an ice-filled glass and top with club soda. Garnish with more cilantro and a twist of lime. 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 Distilled from 100% Maine potatoes; 47% alcohol by volume; comes in a 750ml bottle.

  • 616 Blend

    616 Blend - If this coffee were a person, it would be your insanely, wonderfully friendly Midwestern neighbor – cheery every morning and eager to tell you a good, long story. And it's named for 616, the area code in Grand Rapids, Michigan. According to Madcap, "Six One Six is enjoyable, trustworthy, and balanced: designed to be a delicious coffee that everyone can savor and trust everyday, much like the city itself." We promise, you'll be dialing for more. tip of the tongue Howdy ho, neighbors! Next weekend, brew an extra-large batch and take some next door to catch up on the local gossip.

  • Spicy Bloody Mary Mix

    Spicy Bloody Mary Mix - This makes the best Bloody Mary we've ever tasted. Spicy, sweet, and packed with vinegar, it's made with McClure's spicy pickle brine, tomato paste, fresh pressed cucumber juice and other fresh ingredients. Frankly, it's a bit of an obsession around here. Tip of the tongue Drink it as a vegetable juice cocktail or with your favorite vodka, and for an added bonus, garnish with a Rick's Picks Mean Bean. And we know this sounds nuts, but pour some into your favorite popsicle mold and you'll be blown away. ingredients Water, vinegar, tomato paste, cucumber juice, salt. Freshly chopped peppers, garlic, dill, black pepper. Comes in a large 32 oz jar.