Did the holidays leave you feeling a little dry? Fill your depleted bar cart, limited liquor cabinet, or empty glass with premium, Southern-made tonics, mixers, bitters, and garnishes from the Local Palate Marketplace. We even have you covered for Dry January with better-for-you fresh fruit mixers and booze-free spirits that taste delicious with or without alcohol. From last-minute gifts for the bartender to a bubbly cocktail to welcome the New Year, we're loving these specialty Southern beverage accessories.
Silky and buttery, reach for this mellow Amber Caramel Syrup from J.T. Copper to spike cups of cocoa and hot toddies on chilly, wintry evenings. $13
As the name implies, non-alcoholic Spiritless Kentucky 74 has a smooth finish that can replace bourbon in your next cocktail or cut down on calories if used as a mixer. $36
Add an earthy and floral note to any cocktail with the Woodster Hibiscus Apple Bitters. Try it in a hot toddy, manhattan, or add it to steamy apple cider. $14
Made with real ginger root, Warn Reserve Ginger Root Cocktail Bitters add an earthy spiciness to cocktails and seltzer. The crisp flavor of fresh ginger is mellowed with warm notes of vanilla and peppercorn. Try it with moscow mules, toddies, or vodka sodas. $15
Support a healthy immune system with Sweet's Elderberry Shrub. Perfect to blend into smoothies or mix into cocktails for a brilliant purple color and bright flavor. $20
The careful concoction of cane sugar, juniper berries, citrus zest, and other fresh ingredients in Langdon's Original Tonic elevates at-home gin and tonics to bright, complex cocktails. ACE Basin also offers a sugar-free version of this family tonic recipe.
J.Q. Dickinson's Craft Cocktail Salt is made in West Virginia and makes for the ideal salt-rimmed glass for your next margarita night. Alternatively, try mixing it into your favorite drink to enhance the flavors. $14