Behind A Worn Path

We sat down with Steva Casey of The Atomic Lounge in Birmingham to chat about her work, Birmingham’s cocktail scene, traveling, and her drink for July’s Summer Scotch Box, A Worn Path! S&S: What’s it like to work at The Atomic Lounge? How did your journey lead there? SC: I’ve worked there now for over a year….

Summer Scotch

As the real heat of summer quickly approaches and we tell you about our next box—which, let’s face it, probably isn’t what you expected—we can imagine you scratching your head and wondering: Scotch in the summer, really? Well, we say: Heck, yeah! Add some seasonal fruits, like peaches and strawberries, and suddenly this spirit becomes…

The Kikori Light

Here’s a new cocktail recipe from Vivian making use of more of her leftover Shaker & Spoon syrups! You can also find more of her drinks photography on Instagram at @thetipsymuse. The Kikori Light Kikori whiskey is a single-grain whiskey made entirely from rice, aged for three years, with notes of melon and wood spice….

Broken Bourbon

With a decidedly less spicy profile than rye or other cereal grain–based whiskeys, bourbon is punchy enough to stand on its own yet blends harmoniously into lighter drinks like sours or juleps. The spirit’s corn content (mandated to be at least 51%, but could be as high as 100%) produces a level of easily-detectable sweetness….

Kiss Me, I’m Whiskey

This month, by popular demand, we’re re-releasing one of our past boxes—so that those who missed it the first time can give it a try, and those who loved it last year can come back for seconds! So we hope you’re excited to experience March’s Kiss Me, I’m Whiskey Box and learn to enjoy Irish…

Rye Oh My!

Like many American spirits, rye whiskey almost disappeared after Prohibition and has only recently begun to be resurrected. As bartenders turn their attention to classic cocktails, they’re returning to rye for their old fashioneds, Manhattans, and whiskey sours—drinks all originally created with rye in mind. And in January’s Rye Oh My! Box, we’re featuring some…

Austin Without Limits

The public television music program Austin City Limits (the only TV show to ever be awarded the National Medal of Arts) helped the city of Austin earn the title of “Live Music Capital of the World” and then spawned an annual festival that happens each October—a very busy time for Austin and its bartenders. We…

Behind the Ma Sour

We sat down with Caer Ferguson of Austin’s The Roosevelt Room and The Eleanor to chat about her work, Austin’s craft cocktail scene, and her drink for October’s Austin Without Limits Box, the Ma Sour! S&S: What’s your specialty? CF: If I had to choose a spirit that I specialize in, it would be tequila or agave-based…

Irish Whiskey Cocktails in the Wild

You guys did a gorgeous job garnishing your Irish whiskey cocktails! We saw a lot of photos of the Tea & Honey in particular, and the sage and bitters were looking great. Glad to see that you enjoyed those tiny little clothespin clips as much as we did! For your viewing pleasure, here’s the roundup of images…

Kiss Me, I’m Whiskey

Did you make some lofty New Year’s resolutions this year? Did they involve having more fun, bringing people together, or discovering brand-new delicious cocktails? If so, we’re here to help! Buzzfeed called us one of 23 Subscription Boxes to Help You Keep Your New Year’s Resolution (and also one of the boxes to get if…

Behind the Tea & Honey

Here’s a sneak peek of what’s coming up next! We sat down with Stephen Berry, manager of the bar program at Sacramento’s Kru Contemporary Japanese Cuisine, to chat about his work and his cocktail for March’s Kiss Me, I’m Whiskey Box, the Tea & Honey! S&S: What’s your specialty? SB: I’d have to say tiki. Although…

Bourbon Cocktails in the Wild!

We love the holiday season—so many festive treats to eat and drink, and so much to be thankful for. It’s coming in a little late this month (the holiday season is also the busiest season!) but never fear, we’ve got the roundup of images from our community of subscribers enjoying their cocktails from the Thank Goodness for…