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Sip & Satiate

By Caroline Cox | June 11, 2015 | Articles

1. Deep Eddy Lemon
From cute, pinup packaging to can’t-resist flavors, Deep Eddy Vodka is the perfect companion for patio or poolside sipping. Their latest iteration, Deep Eddy Lemon, packs a refreshingly tart punch, especially in a summery lemon basil martini. $20, at liquor stores

2. 35 Maple Street
It sounds like an All-American address, but 35 Maple Street is the name of a small-batch, craft distillery out of Cali that has started slinging spirits down South. The Sonoma-based makers of award-winning hooch recently introduced its latest bottle: Bib & Tucker bourbon. Hip Buckhead restos like Umi and Watershed on Peachtree are already pouring it up. $55, H&F Bottle Shop, Smyrna World of Beverage and Sherlock’s Wine Merchants Marietta

3. Arctic Zero
Indulgent, but without the guilt—that’s what we love about Arctic Zero’s new 300 Calorie Chunky Pints, which are, fittingly, only 300 calories per pint (75 calories per serving); GMO-, lactose- and gluten-free; and sold in mouthwatering flavors like key lime pie, buttery pecan and cool mint chip. Treat yourself! From $4, Publix, Kroger and Whole Foods Market

4. Closbrella
Staying dry in style is easy with Closbrella, the latest collab from Clos du Bois winery and designer Mara Hoffman. Boasting one of Hoffman’s signature designs, the umbrella sleeve doubles as a bottle chiller that’s perfectly sized for toting a bottle of vino. What a way to weather a storm! $48

5. Truvée
Get your sip on with Truvée, a California-based company making high-end yet affordable wines that just hit ATL. Named after the French word meaning “to find,” Truvée was created by sisters Robin and Andréa McBride, who bonded over—what else?—making great wine! Try the full-bodied, velvety red blend or the refreshing lightly oaked chardonnay. Cheers!
$16, Best Wine & Spirits



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