The Third Place Cocktail Co - various flavors

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Dissatisfied with cocktails made with the modern excuse for tonic water, The Third Place Cocktail Co. decided to start from scratch and reassess what it would mean to revive the art of classic cocktails such as Gin and Tonic to the civility of its illustrious past. That journey... Elderflower represented...
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Dissatisfied with cocktails made with the modern excuse for tonic water, The Third Place Cocktail Co. decided to start from scratch and reassess what it would mean to revive the art of classic cocktails such as Gin and Tonic to the civility of its illustrious past. That journey...

Elderflower represented a shift in thinking for The Third Place Cocktail Co. The original product, Tonic, was designed to accentuate the flavor of world-class gins. Similarly, Ginger Rose was intended to replicate and complement the smokiness, heat, and complexity of small-batch whiskey....

In the dog days of summer, 1922, an industrious, Munich innkeeper ran into a little problem: thirsty cyclists, or radler, were consuming his stock of beer at an alarming rate while his homemade lemonade just wasn’t selling at all. At a risk of running out of beer (and losing patrons to another inn) Franz Xaver Kugler mixed the lemonade with his remaining beer and named the concoction after his beloved patrons – the Radler!

Ginger’s heard the rumors. Two gents (one with a penchant for waistcoats) have gone about the land spreading civility of drinking gin with their world-class tonic. They’re from her home town, St. John’s, NL, a city long known for its connection to the sea and the libations of its sailors.

Gin, although a great choice for some of the Navy crowd, doesn’t sit well with Ms. Rose. She’s a whiskey girl and she can sip dram after dram as well as any of the b’ys from down by the Harbour.

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