Boston Chronicle reports on Tree Spirits absinthe and how to best enjoy it!
Holiday Cheer 1 1/2 oz Applejack 1 1/2 oz cider 1/2 oz Pom sublime 1/4 oz lemon juice 1/4 oz simple syrup 2 dashes Old Fashioned Bitters Stir and serve over ice Created by Patrick McDonald, Prez US Bartenders’ Association, ME Chapter Absinthe Frappe 1 1/2 oz. absinthe 1/2 oz. simple syrup 2 oz. soda… Read more »
Greetings Friends, If you are considering shopping locally this holiday season (we hope you are!), here are some ways Tree Spirits can help make that easy! Stocking stuffers to thank employees or customers: * Gift cards for a tasting — $5 each * Gift certificates for any amount Gifts for cooks and bakers: * Maple… Read more »
Summer has arrived here in the Northeast and with it we are finally able to enjoy hot sunny days and garden fresh herbs (soon, we’ll be harvesting veggies too!). On a recent hot day, I was delighted to see that the mint in my herb garden was already flourishing and I was eager to start… Read more »
It’s here! It’s here! Spring, with its fresh air, warm sunshine, and blossoming buds on all of the trees! I couldn’t be more delighted to welcome the season with bright eyed optimism. For many of you, this means days in the garden or at camp, nights under the stars, fishing at a local hideaway, and… Read more »
This Sunday is Maine Maple Sunday. Sugarhouses all across Maine will be opening their doors to visitors. I look forward to this weekend every year. For me it is locavore paradise with more than just one stop on my hunt for fun and good food. This weekend, I will be going the Bacon Farm in… Read more »
Hey there! Raina here, I work for Bruce and Karen at Tree Spirits Winery & Distillery. My main job is sales, but I have done some blogging in the past, so when we had a staff meeting a while back and we were brainstorming fresh ideas, “Let’s have a blog!” made me pretty excited. You… Read more »