The Assistant Professor

Calling all cocktail enthusiasts! Give the gift full of spirit, or rather Spirits! The Assistant Professor is the perfect cocktail gift box for the beginner mixologist in your life.  This cleverly assembled box boasts all the tools necessary to make and perfect the much-loved Caesar cocktail! A bottle of Premium Made Vodka from our friends at Sid’s distillery, Walter Classic Caesar Mix, Spiced Green Beans, and the tipsiest Tipsy Olives, you are sure to receive top marks on your cocktail making skills by the end of the night.  We’ve also included our favourite Thyme and Sea Salt Crackers, and the best Chocolate Chip cookie, because friends don’t let friends drink without snacking.

Check out our full list of items below and give the gift that keeps on giving! A hit for any cocktail lover and the perfect accompaniment to any event!


From: $ 114.00

Custom Ribbon

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Odyssey White Brut Sparkling Wine

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Hen House Sly White Wine

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Hen House Ruffled Red Wine

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Sid's Vodka

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As a complimentary personalisation, we will include your message on the enclosure sheet that lists the gifts contents.

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Sids Vodka from G&W Craft Distillers of Delta

Walter Classic Caesar Mix from Brutus Beverages of Vancouver

Seasoning Salt Variety Box from Amola Sea Salts of Vancouver

Spiced Green Beans from Thelma’s Goodies of Abbotsford

Sable & Rosenfeld Tipsy Olives from Whole Foods Market in Vancouver

Thyme and Sea Salt Crackers from Jenny Marie’s Crackers of Victoria

Chocolate Chip Cookie from Kitchening & Co. of Langley

Raspberry Truffles from Xoxolat of Vancouver

One Moscow Mule Hammered Copper Mug

One Copper Bar Spoon

Gold Embossed Cocktail Napkins

Tea Towel by local Tsimshian artist, Corey W. Moraes for Native Northwest of Vancouver


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