Do you wonder what to get for a Valentine’s Day gift for your favorite mixologist? Do you have a favorite mixologist? I know I sure do, it’s my spouse!
We have taken up cocktails with a vengeance over the past few years. There are so, so many different flavor combinations that can be made from similar ingredients.
There are colours to play with, bright, vibrant and enticing. There’s dark, rich and alluring, too.
But how do you go about tasting and testing without spending $50 per bottle, to add just one flavour to your collection?
I mean, I still have most of a bottle of lychee liquer from when I was in university, as a quarter of a shot is plenty more than enough to deliver a very distinct flavour profile to any drink it even comes near.
If you want to grow your bar, without dropping huge chunks of cash to discover you don’t even like something, you can get samples sent your way before plunging into a full-size commitment to a bottle.
Enter, Flaviar and their Speakeasy Club.
What is it, you ask?
The Speakeasy Club is a members-only group that provides you with a:
- Curated selection of craft and premium spirits
- Personalised recommendation
- Exclusive access to:
- Special release collections
- Private bottlings
- Live tasting events
- Industry insights and a vibrant community of like-minded individuals
- Every quarter members receive:
- A themed tasting box of 3 x 1.5oz samples
- Free shipping on anything
Worried about opting for a hugely expensive bottle of scotch as a Valentine’s Day gift for your boyfriend, only to discover that he doesn’t care for it? Worry no longer! Pick up a scotch tasting pack, featuring some of the best scotches out there in the world, so he can say that he has sampled the Glenlivet 18 and Lagavulin 16.
The fine folks at Flaviar ship to most of the United States, and most of the European Union. Their main headquarters are in London, but they are already shipping their great products to a multitude of countries.
The whole concept of this subscription is wonderful, it doesn’t add to needless stuff, because everything is consumable. It allows the connoisseur to taste and sample, with nary a care for storage space, investment amount or possessing 25 ounces of something they can’t stand.
Join the club while it’s still unknown, and yes, you can give it as a gift.
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