Margarita Kits (Friday, 1/08/21)

OUR FAMOUS MARGARITA KITS

Pick-up: Friday, 1/08/21 between 12-4pm

Order here and pick up your kits on Friday, 1/08/21 between 12-4pm at our cocktail window at 268 Broadway, Providence RI 02909.

Yes! Salty snack included <3

Bitte Day-of Pick Up Instructions: Preorder on the Bitte website and pickup your cocktail kit our studio at 268 Broadway, Providence, RI 02903. Wear your mask, bring your ID, walk right up to the cocktail window, we’ll take your name and bring your order to you. Have a scheduling issue? We’re happy to coordinate with you, contact us!

The contact-free, responsible way to enjoy social distancing <3

MERMAID MARGARITAS

Silver tequila + fresh pressed citrus, Dry Curaçao

 a hint of hibiscus shrub, floral sea salt & lime wheels

We did it! We made it to the New Year! 

This sale has ended.

Cocktail kits are available for take-out and include small bites. Recipes are chilled ready-to-serve in recyclable deli containers or mason jars & come with botanical garnish.
Add ice, garnish & sip!

It’s the Summer of Mezcal, and This Is the Frozen Raspberry Drink of Your Dreams

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“A good berry picker moves with her hands, not her feet.” The words have been emblazoned into my mind from years of driving up the dirt road to the berry patch at Macomber Farm. I can still see Mr. Macomber whizzing down the path on his clunky mountain bike, all wheels and spokes, a cloud of dust trailing behind him to meet me by the fence and the “Pick UR Own” sign. Strewn on the picnic table, an inviting stack of green paper baskets would be waiting to be filled to the brim with the ripe berries of the moment.

Even today, as I approach a different farmer, questions dart through my mind: Will he have any strawberries left? Are the raspberries ripe yet? When do the blueberries usually come in, again? How many berries is too many to eat in the field? Damn it, did I leave my sun hat in the car? Yes, I am sure I did…

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My favorite mezcal cocktail is the Raspberry Frezcal. I know it sounds Seussian, but it’s the name that’s stuck, summer after summer, when the fresh berries come in. Frezcal is like the older sister of frosé (yes, that’s frozen blended rose) that only leaves the house in kitten heels – vibrant, pink, frothy, and a bit of an ice queen. I love Raspberry Frezcal….

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For the Raspberry Frezcal recipe & the full article visit: www.puddingstonepost.com

Many thanks to Sweet Berry Farm, Kat Cummings, baby Amon, &  Emelyn Daly

for playing the muse!


<3 Little Bitte