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Signature Cocktail: Gentleman’s Press

11 Jun
credit: Liquor.com

credit: Liquor.com

Ingrediants

2 oz Gentleman’s Jack Daniels Rare Tennessee Whiskey

3 oz Ginger Beer

Lime Wedge

Directions

Fill both Whiskey and Beer in glass

Stir with Ice

Add Lime wedge for garnish

 

Signature Cocktail: Orange Rosemary Spritz

29 May

I love this yummy cocktail from Snippet and Ink and created by Rebekka Seale… Make sure to give it a try!!

credit: Rebekka Seale via Snippet and Ink

credit: Rebekka Seale via Snippet and Ink

credit: Rebekka Seale via Snippet and Ink

credit: Rebekka Seale via Snippet and Ink

Signature Cocktail: Lavender Bliss

26 Feb

lavender
Ingrediants

Belvedere Pomrancza 45ml

Monin Lavender 10ml

Angsotura Bitters A dash

Orange Bitters A dash

Cranberry Juice 30ml

Directions

1. Shake all ingredients with ice in a shaker.

2.Double strain into a chilled cocktail glass.

3. Dont over do the lavender- it can over kill all other ingrediants

Signature Cocktail: Blackberry Mojito

20 Dec
Credit: Marty knows Parties

Credit: Marty knows Parties

Ingredients for 2

12 large blackberries

12 mint leaves

4 teaspoons sugar

1 Tablespoon fresh lemon juice

1 Tablespoon fresh lime juice

3 ounces light rum (you can substitute vodka if you like)

Ice

Club soda

Lime wedge, mint, and blackberries for garnish

Direction

Chill two glasses. Put the mint and the berries in the bottom of a cocktail shaker with the sugar. Use a wooden spoon to muddle (bruise) the mint and crush the berries. Add rum, lemon and lime juice. Fill with ice. Shake until well chilled. Put mint leaves in the bottom of the glass. Add ice. Strain the cocktail over the ice. Top with club soda for a little sparkle.

For a Group of 50 (approx 4 ounce servings)

5-6 pints blackberries plus some for garnish

4 bunches mint leaves plus some for garnish

6 cups sugar

4 cups cold water

1 1/2 cups fresh lemon juice

1 1/2 cups fresh lime juice

6-7 cups light rum (depending on how strong you want the drinks. This is based on 1 ounce per drink which is light. Add more if you like. You can also substitute vodka if you prefer)

Ice

2 bottles of chilled club soda (to taste)

Directions

Put the berries in the bottom of a container with the sugar. Use a wooden spoon to crush the fruit. Add the mint and gently muddle to release the essence of the mint. Add 4 cups of water and stir well to make sure the sugar is dissolved completely. Refrigerate and let sit for at least an hour. If you are using a dispenser with a spigot, you will need to strain off the mixture so the skin from the berries and the mint leaves do not clog the dispenser. Add the strained mixture to your dispenser. Add rum, lemon and lime juice. Fill with ice. Stir well. Top off with a bottle of club soda- to taste. Float mint leaves, lime wheels, or blackberries in the dispenser as garnish. Or thread berries onto a cocktail skewer and have those ready in glasses filled with ice. Then guests can help themselves to the beverage.