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2 oz. Bourbon
1/2 oz. Grand Marnier
An orange slice
In an Old Fashioned glass, muddle the orange slice (remove the rind and set it aside to be used as the garnish) and a splash of soda water. Add bourbon and Grand Marnier. Stir. Add ice and top with equal parts soda water and ginger ale. Stir.
Garnish with an orange twist.
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If you’re loving the summer farmers market as much as we are, this is a drink for you! Apricots in the store are often hard and sour.
We used the homemade cherry bitters from this recipe. It’s a super-easy recipe, but you can definitely substitute store-bought cherry bitters. If you use commercial cherry bitters or another type of bitters, such as Angostura, be aware that they will be a little stronger and so you will … Read more
It’s time to delve into unusual flavor combinations! This cocktail mixes ginger, citrus, honey and bell pepper for a sweet and spicy summer surprise. The ginger and bell pepper give it some kick, while the honey and orange add soothing sweetness.
1 ½ oz ginger vodka
½ oz honey-lemon bell pepper syrup*
1 oz fresh orange juice
Ginger ale to taste
In a cocktail shaker with ice, shake the vodka, syrup and orange … Read more
We are big fans of punch and this one created by mixologist Eric Castro did not disappoint. Made with HighlandPark 12-year-old single-malt scotch, yellow chartreuse, a hint of ginger, bitters, ginger beer, and fresh fruit the result is a wonderfully complex drink. We tried this at the recent StarChefs.com Rising Star Chef’s Review in San Francisco. For an event wrap up and more photos, check out Lick My Spoon.
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