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Gift Guide by Spirit of Choice

by Chris Harrison 1 min read

Gift Guide by Spirit of Choice

Make someone's spirits bright! We've chosen two of our syrups that are perfect for each of the Whiskey, Rum, Gin, Vodka, and Tequila lovers on your list.

For the Whiskey Lover




Real Grenadine and Classic Gum SyrupOur Classic Gum Syrup is a must-have for an Old Fashioned or Sazerac and will elevate any spirit-forward cocktail. The rich pomegranate flavor of our Real Grenadine pairs excellently with aged spirits. Try it with aged apple brandy in a Jack Rose or with rye in the prohibition-era classic Scofflaw

For the Rum Fiend

Tropical Passionfruit Syrup and Pineapple Gum SyrupNothing pairs better with rum than fruit! For the rum enthusiast on your list, we recommend two of our tiki syrups, Pineapple Gum Syrup and Passion Fruit Syrup. Use them to rediscover classic tiki drinks like the Hurricane and Jungle Bird.

For the Gin Aficionado

Premium Tonic Syrup and Almond Orgeat SyrupWhat gin fan doesn't love a G&T? With natural quinine, zesty citrus, and pure cane sugar, our new Premium Tonic Syrup will perfectly complement a your loved one's favorite gin. Branch out into tiki cocktails with our Almond Orgeat Syrup. Gin and orgeat pair beautifully in drinks like the Army Navy and Saturn

For the Vodka Devotee

Fiery Ginger Syrup and Texas Grapefruit ShrubWhat better use for vodka than a spicy Moscow Mule! Make your vodka lover's year with our Fiery Ginger Syrup. We also recommend our Texas Grapefruit Shrub for vodka highballs or refreshing brunch cocktails like Dew of Spring.

For the Tequila Fanatic

Real Grenadine and Tropical Passionfruit SyrupBreak your tequila lover out of their margarita rut with our Tropical Passion Fruit Syrup or Real Grenadine Syrup. Ease them into new cocktails with a Passion Fruit Margarita and let tequila shine in grenadine cocktails like the Mexican Firing Squad.

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