United Kingdom- Reminiscent of citrus and spice with a soft, delicate texture. Elegance is the key here, as all components are superbly balanced in a seemless fashion. Beverage Testing Institute, 92 pts.
Classy Gin Cocktail
2 oz. gin
3 oz. vermouth
Olives to garnish
Pour gin and vermouth into cocktail shaker with ice. Shake well and strain into chilled martini glass. Garnish with olives.
Plymouth, UK- Splendidly unique and vibrant with juniper being nearly equaled by citrus fruit and candied zest, coriander, cardamon, and bold black pepper on the palate. Ideally proportioned and versatile for the bar. DOUBLE GOLD MEDAL – 2016 SAN FRANCISCO WORLD SPIRITS COMPETITON.
1 oz. gin
1 oz. blue curaçao
4 oz. tonic water
Pastel bunny marshmallow to garnish
Pour gin, blue curaçao and tonic water into glass with ice. Stir well. Garnish with bunny marshmallow.
Tennessee- Sour mash whiskey made in Tennessee from natural corn, rye, barley malt and then charcoal filtered. Sweet with caramel, vanilla and charred wood. Pure, clean, and smooth. Classic. Enjoy on the rocks or in mixed drinks.
RYE MINT JULEP
2 1/2 oz. rye whiskey
2 sugar cubes OR 1/2 oz. simple syrup
4-5 mint sprigs
Additional mint for garnish
Place mint and sugar or simple syrup into julep cup. Muddle until sugar dissolves. Add rye whiskey. Fill with crushed ice and stir. Garnish with mint sprig.
Canada- Aged for at least 36 months creating for a silky smooth whisky. An oaky nose leads to a vanilla and baked spice palate. Finish is extended with more vanilla notes towards the end.
CATCH A FEVER
Cinnamon Whisky and Apple Cocktail Recipe
1 oz. Veil Vanilla Vodka
1 oz. Catch Fire Cinnamon Whisky
1/2 oz. Sweet Retreat Apple Pie Liqueur
2 oz. Fever Tree Ginger Ale
Apple slice and lime wheel, for garnish
Combine Veil Vanilla Vodka, Catch Fire Cinnamon Whisky, and Sweet Retreat Apple Pie Liqueur in a cocktail shaker with ice. Shake until well chilled. Decant into an ice filled glass and top with Fever Tree Ginger Ale. Stir well. Garnish with an apple slice and lime wheel. Cheers!