Cantaloupe Island Cocktail Club

The Cantaloupe Island Cocktail Club is an educational program that will take you on a journey to become the best bartender in your tribe – and build your home bar in the process.

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Learn the Craft

On the first Thursday or Friday of each month (your choice), we'll deliver a kit containing several bottles of spirits, mixers, and garnish. Check your email for a newsletter and videos that will teach you cocktail history, techniques, and recipes for the ingredients in your monthly kit.

Choose month-to-month billing or prepay up to six months for a discount on your kits! Cancel any time.

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Coming Attractions

August
Margarita Remix, Coming up Daisies
The margarita is a cocktail staple, but what if it wasn’t just one drink but an entire category unto itself? We’ll explore the history of the Margarita and it’s composition before diving into a number of riffs on Austin’s most beloved drink.Learn More
September
Tiki, Trash, and Culture
Beat the Texas heat and learn about the Trash-Tiki movement that has been developing innovative methods to minimize waste and maximize flavor. We’ll also learn about rum varieties, the history of tiki and why it's the future of the cocktail world.Learn More
October
Gimlets Four Ways
Arguably the most classic of classic cocktails, the gin gimlet deserves an entire month to itself. Not just juice, syrup, and spirit, we’ll explore the history and uses of cordials before getting experimental with flavor and spotlighting Texas gin producers Treaty Oaks and Still Austin.Learn More
November
Hemingway Adored
This kit is dedicated to one of the most celebrated cocktail enthusiasts of all time, Ernest Hemingway. Delve into Papa's life and habits while you learn to make his signature cocktails: the Hemingway Daiquiri, Death in the Afternoon, and the French 75.Learn More
December
21st Century Bourbon
This month we’ll learn about the history, present, and future of America’s signature spirit by tasting Texas-made bourbons from Milam&Greene and Treaty Oaks, then putting them to use in modern plays on the classic Old Fashioned, Julep, and Highball.Learn More
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