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(The Peanuts & Cracker Jack Cocktail)
2 oz Wild Turkey 101
1 oz Frangelico
1 oz Amaretto
¼ oz squeezed lemon juice
1 pinch salt
4 oz soda water
Handful of Cracker Jacks, finely crushed
Rub half a lemon around the rim of a glass and place into crushed Cracker Jacks to coat the rim. Combine Wild Turkey, Frangelico, Amaretto, lemon juice and salt in a shaker. Mix and strain into a glass … Read more
The Royal Wedding is upon us, so, of course, we have a cocktail to celebrate the day. Fittingly, the folks at Bombay Sapphire sent us a gin drink. Throw in some elderflower liqueur, lemon juice, and mint and garnish with some pretty flowers for the bride. Who wouldn’t say I do?
1 oz Bombay Sapphire
½ oz elderflower cordial or liqueur
½ oz lemon juice
4 mint leaves
Shake all, double strain and … Read more
What better way to toast the happy couple than with a margarita made with rosemary?
4 oz Sauza Silver tequila
8 lemons (juice only)
3 cups club soda
4 tbs sugar
4 rosemary sprigs
Combine lemons, club soda, sugar, and tequila in pitcher. Mix well. Refrigerate until cold. Place 1 rosemary sprig in each of the 4 serving cups. Pour margarita and drink cold or iced. Serves 4.
Courtesy of Tequila Sauza.… Read more
A cocktail for every newlywed!
1 ½ oz apple brandy
¾ oz Benedictine
1 oz lemon juice
1 tsp triple sec
Combine all ingredients in a shaker with ice. Mix well and strain into a chilled cocktail glass. Garnish with a lemon slice.… Read more
1 oz Irish whiskey
½ oz Scotch whiskey
½ oz lemon juice
½ oz simple syrup
2 dashes orange bitters
Combine all the ingredients in a shaker filled with ice, shake well, and strain into a martini glass.… Read more
Founder of Ladies United for the Preservation of Endangered Cocktails (LUPEC) Boston, Misty Kalkofen, created the 1820 to toast strong women who drink strong spirits in honor of International Women’s Day.
While women and men weren’t permitted to mingle in the bar until after prohibition, women like Texas Guinan have owned and operated taverns and been a part of cocktail culture for generations. Ada Coleman, for example, was the first head bartender at the esteemed … Read more