The Blushing Botanical

In honor of Valentines week, we’ve crafted a cocktail with some of our favorite ingredients that lend both their botanical benefits and their beauty to this rosy hued stunner! The Blushing Botanical is a gin cocktail made with pomegranate, lemon, and our newest beverage obsession, Wolffer No.139 Botanical Cider infused by Mab & Stoke. The…

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Friday Happy Hour: Holiday Gløgg

Gløgg is the traditional mulled wine of Scandinavia made with red wine, mulling spices, ginger, and an extra boozy spike of aquavit –  a nordic spirit distilled with caraway and star anise. Almonds, raisins, and orange drop into the mix, and a delicious alchemy of flavor ensues creating a complex and very drinkable winter cocktail.…

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Foodie Fridays: Pumpkin Spice Golden Milk

It’s officially Autumn, and If you haven’t noticed yet… pumpkin spice is trending. So why not a Pumpkin Spice Golden Milk?! Golden milk, a traditional Ayurvedic beverage has been touted for centuries for its soothing, belly friendly, and anti-inflammatory benefits. In our recipe, we’ve really kicked up the good-for-you spice with antioxidant rich golden milk ingredients…

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Welcome to Mab & Stoke

Do we look and sound a little different? That’s intentional.  We set out to shake things up and turn the wellness category on its head.  Think of us as an antidote to the hype, overload, and ennui of the supplement space.  We’ve invented something that’s everything you need at your core to stoke your inner…

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PEACHY KEEN SMOOTHIE

We’re always reimagining our go-to smoothie recipe with an emphasis on using in-season produce and herbs to suit our needs for the day. This ginger peach smoothie is designed to leave you feeling energized, focused, and full all morning. Peach season is kicking off and they are the perfect addition to your morning smoothie packed…

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Everything You Need to Know About Astragalus

“Astragalus membranaceus is a fantastic herb,” says Kevin Spelman, herbalist and molecular biologist based in Ashland, Oregon. According to the American Herbal Pharmacopeia, astragalus’s original Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) name is Huang Qi, which translates as “yellow leader.” The moniker refers not only to its yellowish-white color but also to its use as a tonic…

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