Category: Drink Recipes
1 2/3 oz. Gin 2 tsp. Triple sec 1/2 tsp. Sugar syrup 3 dashes Peychaud’s bitters 1/2 oz. Absinthe, to coat the glass Combine gin, triple …
1 1/2 oz. Casamigos Reposado tequila 1 1/3 oz. Cranberry juice 3-4 drops Angostura bitters 1/2 Unpeeled lime, diced into small pieces 1/2 tbsp. Cane sugar …
1 1/2 oz. Bacardi Limon rum 3/4 oz. Rhuby rhubarb liqueur 1/2 oz. Simple syrup 6 Mint leaves 2 Slices lime 1 Strawberry Muddle together mint …
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2 oz. VSOP Cognac
1 oz. Crème de violette
¾ oz. Lemon juice
Shake all but the wine with ice and strain into a Champagne flute. Top with sparkling wine. Garnish with a rose petal or baby Orchid.
This drink was sent to us by Tiffany Soles, the bartender at Irvin Mayfield’s Jazz Playhouse in New Orleans.
1 1/2 oz. Absolut Pears Vodka
1/2 oz. Clear Creek Pear Brandy
1/2 oz. Simple syrup
3/4 oz. Looza pear juice
1 Lime wedge
In a shaker tin with ice, squeeze in lime and muddle with simple syrup. Add remaining ingredients, shake and strain into a chilled cocktail glass. Garnish with a slice of pear.
This drink was created by Mike Hansen and Scott Diaz of Elliott’s Oyster House in Seattle, WA.
1 ½ oz. Maker’s Mark Whiskey
½ oz. Bols Apricot Brandy
¼ oz. Dolin Rouge Vermouth
2 dashes of Fee Brothers Rhubarb Bitters
Stir the ingredients together and strain them into a Coupe Glass.
This cocktail was created for Commander’s Palace’s 130th birthday by the restaurant’s bartender Ferrel Dugas.
1 part Cognac or brandy
1 part Bols Dark Crème de Cacao
1 part Cream
Nutmeg dust for garnish
Shake all ingredients with ice and fine-strain into a pre-chilled glass.
This drink is courtesy of the Bols Bartending Academy in Amsterdam.