Articles Tagged: Hanukkah

Eight Crazy Hanukkah Cocktails

post iconLight up your Hanukkah with more than candles. We’ve put together eight crazy cocktails, one for each night. …Read More

Bitai Avon

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This drink means Bon Appetite.

Ingredients:
1.5 oz Russian Standard Vodka
3.5 oz apple juice (Apple and Eve is kosher parve)
1 cinnamon stick (Liebers cinnamon sticks)
1 apple slice

Directions:
Combine Russian Standard Vodka, apple juice and ice in a highball glass. Stir well and garnish with the apple slice and cinnamon stick.

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Shanah Tova

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This drink means Happy New Year!

Ingredients:
1.5 oz Russian Standard Vodka (kosher)
2 oz POM pomegranate juice (kosher parve)
Splash of lemon juice
Mint leaf

Directions:
Shake Russian Standard Vodka, lemon juice and pomegranate juice gently over ice. Strain into a chilled martini glass and garnish with a mint leaf or lemon twist.

Courtesy of Russian Standard Vodka.

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Shalom

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This drink means hello.

Ingredients:
1.5 oz Russian Standard Vodka (kosher)
3 oz Golden Flow All Natural Lemonade (kosher parve)
1 slice of lemon, garnish

Directions:
In a tumbler, combine 1.5 oz Russian Standard Vodka, 3 oz of lemonade and ice. Garnish with a slice of lemon.

Courtesy of Russian Standard Vodka.

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Bevakasha

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This drink mean your welcome! It’s essentially a kosher martini.

Ingredients:
2 oz Russian Standard Vodka (kosher)
Splash of Kedem Dry Vermouth (kosher)
3 Osem Medditerranean Cracked Olives (kosher)

Directions:
Pour vodka and vermouth into cocktail shaker. It’s up to you whether you shake or stir. Strain into martini glass.

Courtesy of Russian Standard Vodka.

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Spinning Driedel

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Basil Hayden’s Spinning Driedel
Created by Max Toste, Boston MA

Ingredients:
2 parts Basil Hayden’s Bourbon Whiskey
1 part Pomegranate Juice
1 tablespoon Fig Preserve
1 bar spoon Fresh Lemon Juice
2 dashes Angostura Aromatic Bitters

Preparation:
1. Combine all ingredients in a cocktail shaker with ice and shake well.
2. Strain into a chilled cocktail glass.
3. Garnish with a lemon peel.

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Cool Blue Drinks For Hanukkah

post iconTonight will be the fourth of the eight crazy nights of Hanukkah. We highly recommend indulging in blue cocktails for the nights that remain. You might ask why blue drinks for Hanukkah or why is blue one of the colors of Hanukkah? We searched the internet and found an explanation that we liked. There was no consensus on why blue. A number of people attributed it to the Israeli flag. But, the explanation that we liked best is that blue is for the water and silver (or white) for the sky, which represents God and reminds us that he/she is all around us. …Read More

Hanukkah Gelt Martini

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Here’s one we created back a few years — worthy of a repost!

Michael, my bro, was searching for a good Hanukkah drink. Unhappy with what he found, he created this shiny treat instead.

We first posted this a few years ago, but we should enjoy it every year!

So, he say “Spin your dreidels, eat some latkes, and have some Hanukkah Gelt, a Hannukkah Gelt Martini that is”.
This DOTW original will keep those … Read more

Top Booze to Buy Your Boss

post iconTo impress your your boss, you need to pick a spirit that is cool, but not too trendy. You need a bottle that is expensive enough without being too expensive. You need to make a good impression but not break the bank. …Read More

The House of Taittinger – High/Low Weekend

post iconThis weekend, we are focusing on one of my favorite Champagne houses – Taittinger. Not only does Tattinger make its namesake Tattinger Champagne, it also owns the California winery Domaine Carneros, which makes California sparkling wines in the champagne style. …Read More

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