Have your cocktail and eat it too! Tippled Sweets specializes in liquor infused desserts. Everything we make is handmade, and as the seasons change, so do our flavors. We start with fresh local ingredients and then handcraft the desserts in small batches, with a boozy kick. Crafting desserts takes precision to properly balance the ingredients while knowing what to add and when. We precisely combine the perfect blend of quality ingredients such as chocolate, caramel, fruit, and others, so that you’ll be able to taste the freshness in every scoop.
Tippled Sweets offers a variety of indulgent desserts packed with flavor. All of our liquor infused desserts can be consumed by those 21 and over only and are less than 5% ABV. Inspired by classic cocktails, modern mixology, and a generational passion for baking, we knew there might be something to this alcohol-meets-sweets thing.
Tippling isn't all we do! We cater to all tastes, so we carry non-alcoholic flavors, as well as non-dairy vegan offerings too. Whatever your taste, Tippled Sweets has the perfect artisanal confectionery for you! So contact us and #LETSGETTIPPLED
What We Do
ARTISAN BOOZY DESSERTS
Let's Get Tippled
EVENTS, FAIRS, AND INVITES, OH MY!
Tippled sweets is the perfect ingredient for every party. If you're planning a party, wedding, corporate, or branded production, we can #TippleResponsibly together at your next event.
You can also come tipple with us at a street fair! To find out where we will be and when, follow us on social media!
Tippled Sweets is a family owned business born out of a love for food and a desire for a great time. A wife and husband duo, we (Julius and Sandy) are known for our events and gatherings throughout the years, and it was time to take our passion for hospitality, baking, and getting tipsy to the streets!
The origin of our Name and Logo
tip·ple | \ ˈti-pəl
Origin of the word : Circa the 1500's (implied in tippling), "sell alcoholic liquor by retail," of unknown origin, possibly from a Scandinavian source (such as Norwegian dialectal tipla "to drink slowly or in small quantities"). Meaning "drink (alcoholic beverage) steadily" is first attested 1550s.
A symbol of Egypt, as well as many cultures across the globe,
this flower, was shown throughout Egypt in tombs and temples to symbolize the union of Upper and Lower Egypt. The lotus flower represents the sun, creation and rebirth, because at night the flower closes and sinks underwater, at dawn it rises and opens again.
To the extent that we all eat food, food is the single great unifier across all cultures. When it comes to food around the world, each culture has adopted their own traditions and etiquette. Regardless of culture or religion, food plays a central role in the way we all celebrate special occasions and holidays. Food unites us, making us feel connected to one other. Grounded in tradition, these unique desserts are always a welcome sight, as they're the perfect ending to a delicious meal or a reminder that we should always be celebrating the sweetest moments in life!