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A delivery service promises high quality cocktails for the age of social distancing

Not going out on New Year’s Eve doesn’t mean sacrificing a great cocktail experience.

Earlier this month, delivery service Sourced Craft Cocktails expanded its services to Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach, allowing new customers to try at-home kits and draft cocktails prepped by local bartenders. Even better, orders received by 2 p.m. and delivered the same day.

The Austin-based company already delivers in New York, Chicago, Dallas, San Francisco and other cities.

“South Florida has been on our radar for some time. We’re honored to bring the area our refreshing, quality cocktails,” said Tim Angelillo, founder and CEO of Sourced Craft Cocktails. “Partnering with reputable and creative brands like Bacardi allows us to not only deliver quality drinks, but experiences so that our customers can enjoy a momentary escape and continue to create memories while social distancing.”

To enjoy at home, customers can order cocktail kits at the Sourced website. The cocktail kits come with a recipe booklet, jigger, one 750-milliliter bottle of the appropriate spirit along with a bottle of batched cocktail mixer for up to 12 drinks, made locally from fresh fruits, juices and other ingredients.

South Florida residents can take advantage of the company’s partnership with Bacardi and enjoy the Bacardi Añejo Cuatro Kit.

Plus, regulars can enjoy the Draft Pass program, which includes one small or large draft cocktail infuser (to keep) filled with a fresh, quality batched cocktail (first cocktail comes free) that stays fresh when refrigerated for up to seven days. After that, customers can place orders to refill the infuser with additional batched cocktails from the Draft Pass menu. Sourced’s local bartender team will pick up the infuser, clean it and refill it with another custom quality cocktail, returning it to its owner for easy enjoyment.

Photo courtesy of Sourced Craft Cocktails

 

 

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