Shaker & Spoon December 2021 Full Spoilers + Coupon
Shaker & Spoon has revealed their December 2021 theme, and it’s “Jolly for Gin Punch”!
From the brand:
Our Jolly for Gin Punch Box spotlights three punch variations featuring: a base of gin and dry sparkling wine, sensational syrups, striking sours, and surprising seasonings, all iced up and ready to serve 4–6 guests each. But of course then there’s the X factor that takes these concoctions to a much more than pentamerous place: fun, complex flavors and wide-ranging holiday inspirations. Sign up today and punch your ticket to this upcoming trio of gleeful soirees!
Every month, Shaker & Spoon gives you three bartender recipes and all the syrups, garnishes, bitters and other supplies you need to make 12 drinks–everything but the alcohol. In December, Shaker & Spoon is celebrating gin punch. You’ll get the recipes and supplies for Winter Sun by Robert Sickler, The Grand Gimlet by Greg Mayer and Ringo Bender Punch by Christian “Suzu” Suzuki-Orellana.
1. Winter Sun by Robert Sickler
A riveting Rorschach test awaits with Robert Sickler’s Winter Sun. Does this bright punch sing sensationally of springtime? Or is it more at home having a ball by the holiday hearth? Well, why not both?! That’s what happens when season-spanning ingredients like hibiscus-pomegranate soda, lemon-lavender syrup, and blood orange–ginger bitters come to play along with botanical and bubbly best buds gin and dry sparkling wine.
This one is a recipe that suits both autumn and spring equally well. To make this drink, you’re likely to receive the soda, the syrup and the blood orange-ginger bitters. Shaker & Spoon notes that pineapple rings will be coming in this box and they’re almost certainly for this drink.
2. The Grand Gimlet by Greg Mayer
Since his recent memorable excursion to Capri, Greg Mayer is still not quite done with the bitter and bright citrus bite of the country’s countless liqueurs and aperitifs. Hence, an orange spritz syrup, which imparts a little of Italy onto this beautifully oversize version of a classic, The Grand Gimlet. But it’s not the only ingredient chosen to jazz up gin and fresh lime as soft, wintery apricot and rosemary and dry sparkling wine swing in for a brisk and bouncy buona sera!
For this recipe it seems you’ll be getting an orange spritz syrup, limes and additional ingredients to excite the wine you’ll procure on your own. Cinnamon sticks are also included.
3. Ringo Bender Punch by Christian “Suzu” Suzuki-Orellana
There’s no place like home this holiday season, something Christian “Suzu” Suzuki-Orellana is keenly aware of, and he loves reflecting on the memories of his Japanese and Bay Area upbringing through the art of cocktails. His Ringo Bender Punch combines gin and dry sparkling wine with the nostalgic, seasonal flavors of apples (“ringo” in Japanese, and delivered to you in the forms of a cordial and cider vinegar) and honey before an embrace from a poignant part of his own past, Japanese curry.
They’ll likely provide honey, cider vinegar, spices and additional flavors to put this drink together; even without apples, this one should be sweet even with a kicker of gin.
What Else You Should Know
- With code FIRSTBOX10 you can get $10 off.
- Order by November 30 to get the December 2021 box.
- December boxes will ship out the week of December 6th (if you need the box before then, reach out to their team.)
The Box: Shaker & Spoon December 2021 Box
The Cost: $50 per month (save with a multi-month plan)
The Products: Each month you’ll get three recipes and everything you need to make 12 drinks (four from each recipe) besides the alcohol.
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