Giveaway: The Art of Aperitivo Set from reCAP Mason Jars

Celebrate the goodness of cocktails, ferments, and life with The Art of Aperitivo Gift Set from reCAP Mason Jars!


I first discovered reCAP Mason Jars back in late 2011, when they were running the Kickstarter for their original easy open, spouted lid. In the years since they introduced that original reCAP lid, they’ve continually expanded their line of lids and adaptors so that jars of all shapes and sizes can become even more useful in and around your home. I’m always excited to see what they’ll do next!


The latest item in their line of jar-centric goodies is The Art of Aperitivo: Italian Happy Hour Gift Set. This highly giftable box comes filled with jars, lids, a waterless airlock, and other goodies to help you treat your friends and family to homemade cocktails and fermented nibbles. It’s the perfect way to lift spirits and brighten the dark nights of winter.


The three jars that come with the set are from Italian glass maker Bormioli Rocco Quattro Stagioni line. You’ll get a wide mouth 51 ounce jar, a regular mouth 17 ounce jar, and a regular mouth 10 ounce jar. They come with two original reCAP lids and the newer reCAP FLIP lid so that you can easily access whatever you choose to stash in the jars.


You’l also find a waterless airlock that fits perfectly into the open spout of the reCAP lid. This allows you to transform any jar into a fermentation crock. Use it to make a batch of Jar-diniera, a recipe that’s featured into the handy booklet that comes with the kit.


The Art of Aperitivo set would make a great gift for anyone who likes to make cocktails, serve up fermented foods, and have their friends over to enjoy them both! I have one of these handy sets to give away this week. Use the widget below to enter!

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Disclosure: reCAP Mason Jar provided the unit you see above at no cost to me and are also providing the giveaway unit. No other payment was provided and all opinions expressed here are entirely mine.

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150 Responses to Giveaway: The Art of Aperitivo Set from reCAP Mason Jars

  1. 101
    rogue1 says:

    This would be a fun way to prepare for New Year’s Eve!

  2. 102
    Lydia Ruddy says:

    I would probably gift it to my friend Sara. She drinks more than I do, and I’m sure the airlock will come in handy for sauerkraut. ?

  3. 103
    Debbie says:

    I would give as a gift.

  4. 104
    Debbie in Florida says:

    I would love to make cocktails when my daughter visits during the holidays.

  5. 105
    Heather says:

    I love Italian giardiniera, and would love to recreate this condiment at home with homegrown veg!

  6. 106
    Ginger Martin says:

    I would love using this for our Christmas celebrations

  7. 107
    cathy says:

    I have never tried fermenting, so this kit would help make a start! Thanks for the giveaway.

  8. 108
    Corinne Becker says:

    The giardiniera sounds delectable. I’d love to be able to make it.

  9. 109
    Donna McLean says:


  10. 110
    Cathy says:

    I would like to get more into fermenting and these jars look like they would be good for that purpose. I am always amazed at the new things you share with us, Thank you

  11. 111
    Lola says:

    I have done a little fermenting and would love to do more.

  12. 112
    Michele L says:

    The spout thingy seems useful, as does the airlock. I do a lot of fermenting but haven’t tried one.

  13. 113
    nancy says:

    I enjoy a good cocktail now and then!

  14. 114
    Kesha says:

    I would make a hot chocolate mix for a gift!

  15. 115
    Angela Flickema says:

    I would love to share this with my son and his new wife. They have joined me in the preserving zone.

  16. 116
    Brighid says:

    I know exactly what I’d do if I won this gift! I’d give it as a gift to two urban foodies who love fermented foods, cocktails and cool design. It would be perfect. 🙂

  17. 117
    Karen says:

    This looks quite useful as I plan on making some Italian liquors after the holidays and I’ve been fermenting more and more. Thanks!

  18. 118
    Angela Saver says:

    I would use it to make cocktails with my hubby! Thanks for the chance!

  19. 119
    Carla says:

    I would like to start fermenting so, should I be the winner of this set, I would ‘gift’ it to myself in order to make tasty, healthy gifts for my family and friends!

  20. 120
    Dana says:

    Would love to give these a try.

  21. 121
    Nancy Pyter says:

    My husband and I were blessed to spend our 30th wedding anniversary in Italy! We have a passion for that beautiful country, its people, its food and the wine, of course! Thank you, I would be tickled to win this awesome set of italian jars and recipes!

  22. 122
    Laura says:

    I just started fermenting. This would be a great addition to my kitchen.

  23. 123
    Kathy says:

    Have been fermenting veggies for years, never tried anything like this!

  24. 124
    Cindy says:

    I would make some kind of fermeted kimchi…

  25. 125
    deanna marie says:

    while i like the idea of homemade cocktails I’d be making kraut, love that stuff and fresh is SO much better than anything you can buy!

  26. 126
    Christine S says:

    I would use it to make fancy pants infused spirits and homemade vanilla

  27. 127
    Jessica D. says:

    Homemade cocktails, especially shrubs with bourbon in this cooler weather.

  28. 128
    Denise Singleton says:

    How fun would this be over have!?

  29. 129
    Tiffany says:

    I would love to try fermenting!

  30. 130
    Minda says:

    What a great way to get my kimchi on!

  31. 131
    Tammy says:

    I would make my first ferment.

  32. 132
    katklaw777 says:

    This would be a gift for my daughter…the party girl!

  33. 133
    Sue says:

    This package would really get a lot of use in my house!

  34. 134
    Amanda Hewes says:

    I am interested in trying airlocks, as I have done very little fermenting. But any tool for Mason jars are awesome.

  35. 135
    Karen D says:

    I’d use it for fermenting gherkins for ‘finger food’ and for making limoncello. And making my own gin from vodka.

  36. 136
    Julie says:

    I’ve never tried using an airlock, but have a new book about fermented vegetables, so would be excited to try! And it’s definitely cocktail time with the holidays coming up! Thanks for the opportunity!

  37. 137
    DJ says:

    My hubby and I want to try our hand at fermenting foods.

  38. 138
    Cynthia says:

    Cocktails and fermenting vegetables would be how I would use these nifty tools.

  39. 139
    Sally R. says:

    I would have an ongoing jar of sauerkraut so I could eat it with any meal every day and enjoy it within all of its stages. Fantastic jars, love them all.

  40. 140
    Thom says:

    This would be a great gift for my wife as she has told me so and is so difficult to buy for. I am guessing I will be the receiver of all the things she ferments in these jars. She makes a fantastic walnut liquor.

  41. 141
    Diane W says:

    I would use the kit to store wild blackberry cordial that I am currently making.

  42. 142
    Latrecia B. says:

    I’m a newly single mom and the kiddos and I just moved into our own first place. I’d use these to help us “begin again” and prepare a healthy pantry.

  43. 143
    Cindy in NM says:

    I would gift this to my daughter for Christmas. She and her husband would love it!

  44. 144
    Lori says:

    Fruit infused vodkas are a holiday tradition at our house!

  45. 145
    Kathy says:

    I’d give it to my sister!

  46. 146
    Anita Emde says:

    Jars and jar accessories! What’s not to love?! Can’t wait to try mini batches of fermenting!

  47. 147
    Laurie says:

    smaller household nowadays, trying to make smaller batches!

  48. 148
    MaryEl says:

    What a great starter set for the beginner mixologist I’d give as a gift, though it might be hard not to keep it for myself!

  49. 149
    Megan says:

    This looks like a great hostess gift!

  50. 150
    Jennifer says:

    I’ve been wanting to learn how to ferment!

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