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Mixology Monthly is a monthly subscription service that sends you everything you need to make cocktails like a professional mixologist.
Products: Each month, you will get recipe cards, glassware, ingredients, and bartending tools that you will need to make your own cocktails.
The first look. Everything was securely packaged with bubble wrap and tissue paper.
These are the recipe cards.
Jack Rudy Elderflower Tonic $16 – Elderflower Tonic is an updated tonic formula with more body and a bold finish that pairs well with a number of richer spirits: tequila, bourbon and rum, while still acting a classic companion to the finer gins of the world.
Quince & Apple Citrus Syrup $13.50 – Floral, herbal and tart, this is a bold, layered citrus syrup. Shines with tequila and sparkles with vodka and gin.
Bolivar Bitters $10 – Light and aromatic, with floral notes of chamomile and jasmine, plus cinnamon and dried fruits on the finish.
Viski Copper Jigger $16 – Cast in radiant copper with a band that separates its one-and two-ounce sections, the interior of each side of the professional Japanese-style double jigger is scored with pinpoint mixology measurements.
Viski Copper Bar Spoon $11 – Designed for the quickest swizzling and stirring, our copper trident bar spoon spins its way from a smoothly concave spoon bowl to a forked tip at the stem’s far end. An aesthetic nod to the nautical, the trident also works for spearing the perfect garnish to cap your drink.
Final Thought: The value of this box was about $67 which I think is great for a $60 box. I really enjoyed this box.