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The holidays are coming! Not that we need an excuse to whip out the punch bowl, but this is the season. What party is complete with out punch? This week we’re featuring on a classic whiskey tea punch. It’s easy, tasty and will leave you guests full of cheer.
Beefeater 24 gin inspired me to concoct this simple cocktail that plays with the tea and citrus notes of the liquor.
I think it accentuates the spirit’s flavor and is a good match for its smooth and rich nuanced character.
Using frozen fruit and berries as ice cubes is a new thing I’ve been doing lately.
Not only is it pretty, but it cuts down on the water that will be added to your drink … Read more
Beefeater 24 is the London gin company’s fresh take on premium gin—and I like it.
It’s a smooth gin that is slightly sweeter and richer than its dry gin counterpart.
Beefeater 24 gets its name from the 24 hours it steeps in botanicals including Spanish grapefruit and Seville orange peel, bitter almond, orris root, green tea and Japanese Sencha tea.
The tea and citrus influence is very subtle but pleasing.
It’s not a flavored gin, … Read more
Each year for the Kentucky Derby Woodford Reserve creates a limited edition $1000 Mint Julep Cup for collectors. The proceeds are donated to a charity associated with helping those involved in horse racing. More info on this years $1000 Mint Julep Cup and charity.
If you didn’t get a cup, you can still enjoy the Kentucky Derby in style with these cocktails from Woodford Reserve.
Woodford Reserve Mint Julep
3-5 mint leaves
1 teaspoon … Read more
In preparation for the Kentucky Derby, I’ve created a cocktail named after the top contender—Regal Ransom.
This drink accentuates some of the bourbon’s undertones. Mixing bourbon with a syrup of honey and pears brings out the spirit’s sweeter side. The tea and lemon balance the sweetness and compliment the oaky qualities of the bourbon. Overall, this cocktail lets the bourbon shine through while still giving you something light and refreshing.
Created by Bartender Hall of Fame Inductee Francesco LaFranconi, this holiday punch is a unique combination of Polish Vodka, green tea, and apple juice. This is not your dad’s holiday punch. Courtesy of Sobieski Vodka.
The holidays are time for gatherings and warmth … and a little booze. This spiced punch can be served hot or cold. It’s a tasty way to welcome guests and stay warm.
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