Mix up some amazing cocktails at home like a pro with Krafty's new cocktail kits
Cocktails restaurant-style are now available to take away and mix up at home from Krafty Kitchen + Bar.
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Ever tried to be that cool mixologist at home but failed miserably?
Restaurant cocktails are amazing but somehow never taste the same when you try to recreate them. Krafty Kitchen + Bar is making our home lives easier during the COVID-19 crisis by creating their favourite cocktail mixes for you to take home and easily mix yourself.
Just add booze and sip some magic with your isolation people or, organize a house party online with everyone creating the same drinks at home with their own kit.
General manager Mia Papadopoulos and owner/chef Chris Shaften and their team are demonstrating how to adapt and succeed in the restaurant business during these pandemic days. The Krafty team has created amazing take home alternatives and have implemented the strictest safety precautions with their crew and kitchen protocols since the COVID-19 crisis began.
They have also supported our community and front-line workers with discounts and free coffees. This team deserves kudos for all of their passion and innovation.
Just launched, they are offering their new cocktail kits featuring their hand-crafted Krafty cocktail mixes using all of the hand pressed juices and top ingredients that they use in house at the restaurant. The new cocktail kit will include the mix plus the option to purchase a 375 ml or 750 ml bottle of spirits (depending on the cocktail) to take home with you at liquor store prices.
For $15, you can choose from the Pineapple Habanero Margarita, Pina Colada, Mai Tai, Salted Mango Smash or the Strawberry Cardamom Margarita. Pair your cocktails with Krafty takeaway meals, the tacos would be perfect.
Cheers! Isolation days just got a whole lot more fun – thanks Krafty!
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