Tag: bitters

  • Maple & Meyer Lemon Bourbon Sauce

    Makes 2 cups Ingredients 2 teaspoons Meyer lemon zest 1 tablespoon corn starch ½   cup Meyer lemon juice 1 tablespoon maple syrup 2 tablespoons Buffalo Trace White Dog Bourbon 1 cup sugar 3 large eggs, beaten Pinch of salt Hemispherical Meyer Lemon Bitters  Directions Whisk together all ingredients in a medium saucepan and bring to […]

  • Ger-Nis Herbal Pisco Sour

    Makes one drink Ingredients 2½ ounces Pisco ½ ounce herbal simple syrup Juice of 2-3 limes 1 egg white Bitters Directions In a shaker filled with ice, combine all ingredients. Shake vigorously for about 20 seconds. Strain into a 6 ounce glass and drop a few drops of bitters on the top of the frothed […]

  • Pomegranate Sage Manhattan

    Makes 1 cocktail INGREDIENTS For cocktail 2 sage leaves 1 ounce rye or bourbon ½ ounce sweet vermouth Dash of angostura bitters 1 pomegranate bourbon dried cherries, for garnish For the pomegranate bourbon dried cherries 1 cup pomegranate juice ½ cup sugar-in-the-raw ½ cup rye or bourbon 1 cup dried cherries DIRECTIONS Rub and crinkle […]

  • Gingito (Dominican Republic)

    Another sweet and peppery addition to the mix. Ginger and basil combine well in this deep dark powerful vixen of a drink!

  • Peruvian Pisco Sour (Peru)

    Many of our products this time of year are coming from Peru including the mangoes, in light of this we thought we would add a little mango & basil to our pisco sours and top it off with some ginger bitters!

  • Pisco Sour

    Pisco Sour

    This Peruvian specialty also has roots in Chili. Pisco is liquor distilled from grapes, namely three varietals of white grapes, including the Muscat. The Peruvians take great pride in their Pisco sour, which they keep like their ceviche, simple. While the Chileans have few different varietals of the Pisco Sour including the mango Pisco Sour and the green Chile version. Either way all Pisco sours have a few things in common: Pisco, simple syrup, lime juice (Persian variety, and egg whites and bitters).

  • Shaolin Shadow

    INGREDIENTS 3 leaves of fresh sage 2 oz bonded rye ¾ oz aperol ½ oz Curacao Angostura bitters PREPARATION Rub sage leaf around the rim of a cocktail glass and muddle that same sage in your mixing glass. Next, add the first 3 ingredients and ice, stir for 30 seconds and strain using julep strainer […]