Shake, strain and serve over ice in a ready double old-fashioned glass.
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Fill a cocktail shaker with ice and add all of the ingredients.
Shake well, strain into a chilled spencer martini and garnish with a thin slice of pear.
Shake all ingredients in a cocktail shaker, pour into a tall ready cooler, and garnish with a slice of lemon—or be bold and try a sprig of fresh lavender.
In a cooper glass, combine the sugar cube, bitters and club soda. Muddle to a paste then stir in the bourbon.
Add ice and garnish with orange peel and optional brandied cherries or ginger or star anise.
“I think our modern pieces make our home more contemporary and more well-rounded. I love the thrill of finding a vintage score, or a really special DIY item—but I also love finding something brand new to add to the mix.”
Susie Daly, Renegade Craft Fair Co-Founder and Director
Would you describe yourself as a “renegade”?
I’d describe myself as someone who likes to live life off the beaten path and according to my own terms. So in that way, I guess I do consider myself a renegade.
What words sum up your personal aesthetic?
Your home is filled with special objects that resonate with you on a personal level. How do the CB2 pieces you have “speak to you”?
Everything I chose has a clean and modern look, but has a rustic feel about it—such as the red bench, the kitchen chairs and the white cuckoo clock. I love that the materials of the wood and the wire feel rustic and warm, but the design is contemporary.
What’s the balance for you between vintage, thrift, DIY and modern?
I’d say it’s a pretty even mix. Our furniture is about half modern, half vintage pieces. Our home decor, such as pillows, lamps, rugs, is a good mix of vintage/DIY/modern. But I’d say almost all of our artwork is one-of-a-kind or small-edition pieces.
Thanks Susie—let us know when you have that garage sale!
Susie is always scouring antique stores and the Renegade Craft Fair for unique items. Personal finds here include vintage kitchen table, red desk chair and globe; brown cuckoo clock she handcrafted with her husband, Mat Daly; wall art and found objects. More info at renegadecraft.com.