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    Organic Botanical Vodka - Call this the bridge between vodka and gin – perfect for bringing all drinkers together around the same punch bowl. This floral, herbal, citrusy sipper is incredibly well balanced and totally refreshing – plus, it's certified organic! But what is it exactly? Square one starts with organic vodka, distilled from 100% rye, and infuses it with pear, rose, chamomile, lemon verbena, lavender, rosemary, coriander and citrus peel. A rye spirit infused with eight different botanicals... that sounds kinda like gin! Well, we can't call this gin, because it doesn't contain the legally-required juniper, but we'll file this one under "a gin by any other name tasting just as delicious." tip of the tongue We like the sound of his Basil Gimlet riff from Square One: Muddle 4 to 5 basil leaves in the bottle of a cocktail shaker. Add lots of ice, 2 oz Botanical Vodka, 1 oz freshly squeezed lime juice and 1/2 oz organic agave nectar (or simple syrup). Shake until very cold and strain into a chilled cocktail glass. Bonus points if you use basil from your garden or your farm share. ingredients Distilled from certified organic rye and infused with pear, rose, chamomile, lemon verbena, lavender, rosemary, coriander and citrus peel; 45% alcohol by volume; comes in a 750ml bottle.

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    Washington Bourbon 101 - This young, brash bourbon is truly an education in outstanding whiskey. At 50.5% alcohol, it packs a fiery punch, but once you get past the initial heat wave, it's got lots of complexity and a strong, clean finish. The high proof makes for a great cocktail bourbon especially in summer, so your drink will stay stiff even as the ice melts. And in winter, we need all the extra heat we can get. tip of the tongue Try Washington Bourbon 101 in a mint julep: Muddle 5 or 6 mint leaves and 1 teaspoon sugar in the bottom of a pre-chilled widemouth glass or silver julep cup. Pack glass with finely cracked ice. Pour 3 oz of bourbon over the ice and stir briskly until the glass frosts. Add more ice and stir again before serving. Garnish with a few sprigs of mint. ingredients 50.5% alcohol by volume; comes in a 375ml bottle.

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    Almond Brittle - Indeed, this isn't your typical brittle. In fact, it's kind of the opposite of what the word "brittle" conjures. The crunch comes from the almonds, not a crystalized mass of sugar. But whether crispy toffee or almonds are your vice of choice, we can guarantee you won't be able to keep from reaching into this bag of nutty melt-in-your-mouth goodness. Tip of the Tongue The buttery toffee flavor of this brittle is fantastic accompaniment to creamy coffee. Plus, it's chock-full of energy-boosting, protein-packed almonds! Who says you can't have sweets for breakfast?

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    Amère Sauvage - This is for hard-core bitters fans. (We know you're out there.) French yellow gentian root gives this aperitif spirit a pronounced – you might even say savage – bitterness, but it's balanced out by citrus peels, soft aromatics like chamomile flowers and just a bit of cane sugar. The distiller was already famous for cocktail bitters (the kind that you use by dash or drop) when they teamed up with Mayur Subbarao, whose homemade vermouths and liqueurs were generating tons of buzz. Together, they've created a line of liqueurs with really distinctive twists on regional European standbys. tip of the tongue Bittermens recommends using Amère Sauvage in a White Negroni: Combine 1 oz gin, 1 oz fragrant white vermouth like Vya Extra Dry, and 1 oz Amère Sauvage over ice and stir until very cold. Strain into a chilled cocktail glass and serve with a lemon twist.

  • Almond Butter + Quinoa Chocolate

    Almond Butter + Quinoa Chocolate - Hu Kitchen in New York's Greenwich Village is all about serving "unequivocally delicious food that also happens to be unprocessed and good for you." We're big fans and patrons, so we're thrilled to be able to share one of their most delicious offerings with you. The chocolate shell filled with almond butter has the salty-sweet appeal of a Reese's peanut butter cup, while puffed quinoa adds a fantastic crunch. And this unusual chocolate bar has no refined sugar, gluten, dairy, emulsifiers, stabilizers, soy or GMOs. Tip of the tongue Bring it to the movies, bribe your children to wash the dishes or stash in your desk drawer as a defense against the vending machine.

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    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.