Winter is in full swing for most of the US with cold weather and snow in the forecast. I can’t think of a better way than spending a cold winter’s night than by sitting near the fireplace drinking whiskey and making s’mores.

FF: Troy & Sons Oak Reserve: “America’s Finest Aged Moonshine Whiskey”

TROYThe fine folks at the Ashville Distilling Company call their Troy & Sons Oak Reserve “America’s Finest Aged Moonshine Whiskey.” Who am I to disagree?

About Troy & Sons Oak Reserve from the Ashville Distilling Company: “Our Oak Reserve is mellowed in bourbon barrels, bringing forth flavors of caramel and sweet white oak and further enhancing the trademark smoothness you expect from Troy & Sons. Like our Troy & Sons Platinum, our Oak Reserve is made with heirloom white corn and pure Appalachian spring water, and the charred oak barrel lends a tawny gold color, warm and comforting as our Reserve itself.”

Learn more about Troy & Sons Oak Reserve here.

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FF: The S’mores Kit from Hot Cakes Molten Chocolate Cakery

SMOREOK, everybody likes making s’mores even if they don’t like eating them. If you are like me, you are on a lifelong quest to make that elusive perfect s’more. Well, the fine folks at from Hot Cakes Molten Chocolate Cakery have at least made the gathering of quality ingredients easier with their S’mores Kit.

About S’mores Kit from Hot Cakes Molten Chocolate Cakery: “You know we fully and proudly represent our home the NW. This awesome kit is an homage to both the Girl Scouts and the many, many camping trips we’ve been on in the smoky, drippy Northwest forest! We’ve taken the classic backwoods treat and turned it into an elegant dessert made with high-quality, organic ingredients. Inside the kit is 12 homemade graham crackers, a bar of sophisticated smoked chocolate (for the full campfire effect,) and 6 corn syrup-free homemade marshmallows.”

Find the Smoked Chocolate Chips from Hot Cakes Molten Chocolate Cakery here.

Learn more about Hot Cakes Molten Chocolate Cakery here.