We want to highlight four spirits that are all works of genius and good starting points for figuring out how to make craft cocktails at home. The economic anxiety of COVID-19 is obviously felt by all, but it's worth shedding a little light on small producers that could use some extra love right now. We've discounted these spirits by 15%. Help us support our friends. Patrick St. Surin Clairin Milot: "I’ve always been a r(h)um fanatic, and tasting Clairin was completely eye-opening for its transparency and its way of seemingly distilling (pun intended) the terroir of Haiti into a bottle." -Tim Gagnon Capitoline Rose Vermouth: A hyperlocal product that is perfect for that low abv lifestyle. Kat and Peter have been making vermouth for years, but launched officially in June 2015. Neversink Spirits Apple Gin: Noah and Yoni started Neversink Spirits because of their love of apples and Upstate NY (where they're both from). The gin is aromatized with 11 botanicals and has a unique body and weight that shines in a cocktail or makes a killer G&T. Forthave Aperitivo 'Red': Based in Brooklyn, NY, Aaron and Daniel are looking to the past to make some amazing spirits that are apt for this COVID life. Last time we saw them we were in a cave in the Loire Valley. We're sending them and all of our New York friends lots of big hugs right now. Read more about the aperitivo here.