Camp Craft Cocktails

Peppermint Bark Martini Cocktail Kit

$5 $26

It’s minty, velvety, and smooth. Even if you whisper peppermint bark, everyone will hear, so be ready. This kit adores flashy high heels and doesn't mind showing up to your pajama party in magnificent fuzzy socks, either. Add a crushed peppermint rimmer and there will be dancing, guaranteed.

This kit includes one infusion-ready jar. A signature cocktail has never been so easy!

Don’t forget to add the shaker + strainer lid to help serve up your delicious drinks.


INGREDIENTS: Cacao Nibs, Peppermint Bark, Vanilla & Citrus Infused Non-GMO Vegan Cane Sugar

Each jar is filled with dehydrated fruit, herbs and non-gmo vegan sugar. No preservatives, no artificial colors or flavors.

1. Grab your cocktail kit

2. Add liquor—Vodka, Gin, Tequila, Rum, Bourbon, or Hot Water for zero-proof recipe.

3. Infuse for three days—Add liquor, cap, and refrigerate for three full days.

4. Serve cocktails—Once infused, strain shots into individual glasses or one large pitcher if serving all at once. Pair with soda water and/or juice or tonic. Straining shots ensures a smooth cocktail and the chance to re-infuse a second time.

5. Enjoy!
Ingredients: Lemons, Lavender, Vanilla & Citrus Infused Non-GMO Vegan Sugar

Serves 8, can be infused twice for a total of 16 servings.

Alcohol not included.

Camp began with popsicles, a 1969 camper food truck, and a cross country road trip. After towing thousands of their handcrafted Bold City Pops in their vintage camper to the 2016 Desert Trip music festival in California, Suzanah Raffield and Rhonda Stringfellow knew they wanted to build even more community, so they deconstructed favorite pop recipes to pivot toward a shippable product. Distilling down all that they loved from their tenure as camp directors to the perfect name and mission for their business, Camp Craft Cocktails was born on I-10, with flavors that beg to be shared, and a soul for creating community. 

Camp Rules

Camp is more than cocktails—it’s a mission to build longer tables where everyone is welcome, and everyone belongs. You can sit with them, and please share your story. They want slow sips and long talks, acceptance, and a willingness to open your mind to others. Camp wants to listen and learn, to grow and stretch as a company, and as the individuals that make up Camp Staff. Let’s toast together, friends.