I hope you have been staying cozy. I’m excited to be sharing our monthly segment highlighting some of our favorite women-owned, small businesses. In December, we featured Julie McAllister Cakes - an incredible artist of cake!
Today, we are thrilled to feature Storied Goods.
Storied Goods makes naturally flavor-infused Sugar Cubes for cocktails, coffee, and tea. Packaged in artfully-designed, sustainable tins, their gourmet Sugar Cubes make the perfect gift for any occasion to celebrate a storied moment in time.
Storied Goods knows that celebrations are intentional acts of love. Their flavor-infused Sugar Cubes help you create moments of celebration for yourself, for others, changing the ordinary into the extraordinary. Add one of their Cubes to your beverage, and experience the magic!
I asked founder, Martha Bourlakas, what is her favorite entertaining tip, and she shared:
“Choose a theme! We love cocktail parties centered on TV shows/movies, like Ted Lasso or The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. Hot tea with Rose Petal Sugar Cubes, hot toddies with Orange-Cherry Sugar Cubes, and shortbread make a lovely, fun tribute to our favorite fictional soccer coach. Mrs. Maisel inspired us to create a fabulous Tits-Up party with 50’s and 60’s inspired cocktails, like the Old Fashioned, made with Orange-Cherry Sugar Cubes, and the classic Champagne Cocktail, made with Rose Petal Sugar Cubes.”
When asked how she would package her products as hostess gifts, she suggested:
“We love to give our Sugar Cubes, paired with a package of coffee, a tin of tea, a bottle of Champagne, or bourbon.”
Martha was generous to provide our community with a discount code for one of their most popular items:
Use the code MAIZIE for 10% OFF the Sugar Cube Trio set
If you are on Instagram, please give Storied Goods a follow and be sure to DM them with any stories or pics of how you have celebrated with their Sugar Cubes for a chance to win a Storied Goods Celebration Goodie Box!
The mission of Storied Goods is to bring sweetness to a bitter world, honor stories shared through food and drink, and turn moments into celebrations, no matter how small. Martha had shared that she “..believes in the power of women and celebration to affect monumental shifts in the world!”
When I think about her statement, I can’t help but smile thinking of the multitude of ways my community has lifted me up. It may have been a cup of coffee or even celebrating with a glass of champagne; but oftentimes sitting across from me, it was indeed another woman cheering me on.
Next time, it will include a cube (or two!) of Storied Goods.