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Classic, Short & Boozy
A classic martini is a classic cocktail consisting of gin and vermouth, garnished with either an olive or a lemon twist. It has gained widespread recognition over time and has become one of the most popular cocktails in the world. The martini is a true icon of the cocktail world, and its widespread popularity has even made the glass it's served in a popular choice.
Short & Boozy, Classic
A Manhattan is a classic cocktail made by combining rye whiskey, sweet vermouth, Angostura bitters, and maraschino liqueur. The mixture is stirred in a mixing glass with ice and strained into a chilled coupette. Garnish with an orange zest and cherry for the perfect finishing touch. To make a Manhattan, you'll need a chilled coupette, bar spoon, measuring cup or jigger, mixing glass, and strainer. You can get creative with with the bitters and the vermouth to achieve different flavors.
Modern Classic, Dessert
The original recipe for the espresso martini is a chilled shaken cocktail with espresso, sugar syrup, and vodka. That's it. While it goes by the name "martini," it deviates from the classic martini ingredients of gin and vermouth. As with other drinks that bear the term "martini" in their names, it is not a true martini. To give it an extra kick of coffee flavor, we enhance the recipe by using a coffee-infused vodka, which we call our Coffee Spirit.
Classic, Short & Boozy
A Negroni is an Italian cocktail, made of one part gin, one part vermouth rosso and one part Campari, garnished with orange peel. It is considered an apéritif. A traditionally made Negroni is stirred, not shaken; it is built over ice in an old-fashioned or rocks glass and garnished with a slice of orange.
The Artist Formerly Known as Milk and Cookies
Our award-winning cocktail, The Artist Formerly Known As Milk And Cookies (TAFKAMAC). This spicy and fresh concoction is a milk-clarified pre-batch cocktail features matured oak cask port wine, chai tea, warm spices, Christmas snaps, and Cinnamon Pepper Aquavit. Named the most innovative gløgg of the year at the national championships, TAFKAMAC offers a unique take on traditional warm winter drinks. Try it at the distillery cocktail bar and experience the perfect blend of warmth, spice, and innovation in this cold-serve cocktail. A full recipe will be published later.
Sours, Modern Classic
The Fitzgerald cocktail is a classic gin-based cocktail that originated in the United States during the Prohibition era. It is named after the famous author and drinker, F. Scott Fitzgerald. Made with gin, lemon juice, simple syrup, and Angostura bitters, the cocktail is shaken with ice and strained into a chilled glass. It is often served with a lemon twist or garnished with a cherry. The Fitzgerald is a tangy and refreshing cocktail that has regained popularity in recent years, as the craft cocktail movement has led to a resurgence of interest in classic cocktails.
Originally, the Alexander cocktail was made by mixing equal parts of gin, crème de cacao liqueur, and cream. As time passed, various spirits were introduced as substitutes for gin, with brandy as the most popular option. As the recipe evolved over time, modern versions tend to be stronger in alcohol by including more of the base spirit. Contemporary Alexander variations frequently feature alternative liqueurs instead of crème de cacao.
This bonafide classic cocktail is the reason why tequila is the second best-selling liquor all over the US, just after vodka. A Margarita is made with tequila, lime juice, and triple sec as a sweetening agent. The name derives from its family of cocktails called 'Daisy' which in Spanish translates to 'Margarita'.
Sours, Tiki, Classic
The classic daiquiri typically consists of rum, lime juice, and simple syrup (a mixture of sugar and water). It is served shaken and then strained into a chilled cocktail glass. The cocktail's origins can be traced back to Cuba, where it is said to be created first in the late 1800s. Over time, the recipe has evolved to include different variations and flavors, but the basic components of rum, lime, and sweetener remain the same. The Daiquiri is a refreshing and citrusy drink that has remained popular throughout the years.