If you're a classically trained mixologist, you're not going to like this next part so close your ears! After pouring this riff on The Jasmine over ice, top it with grapefruit White Claw. Don't forget to put your sunglasses to hide from all the glaring looks you're about to receive.
El Jazmin 1.5 ounces Patron Silver .25 ounce Campari .75 ounce Cointreau .25 ounce fresh lemon juice Shake. Strain. (Shown here over fresh ice although the classic rendition is served up in a coupe.) Garnish with a lemon wheel.
Health nuts can rest easy while sipping on this beautiful concoction. Ingredients promote healthy skin and hair, inspire mental connectivity, and reduce stress.
Sunset Cafe 2 ounces Van Gogh Espresso Vodka 1 ounce hibiscus tea 2 ounces Milkadamia (nut milk) 1/2 teaspoon butterfly pea flower powder 1 dash of rosewater 1 dash of lavender bitters Shake. Strain into a coupe. Garnish by swirling a toothpick or the tip of a barspoon to create cocktail art with the foam.
Vanilla tincture plays on the sweetness of the honey while helping to open up the aromas of dehydrated lemon, giving the consumer a taste (through smell) before their first taste.
Balcones Gold Rush 1.5 ounces Balcones Baby Blue .5 ounce lemon juice .75 ounce honey simple (1:1) Shake. Strain into coupe. Garnish with lemon wheel & a single drop of vanilla tincture placed atop the wheel.
For an extra fun look to this cocktail, try rimming your flute with gold sugar before assembling it.
Champagne Cocktail you'll need 1 sugar cube, bitters, chilled cognac, and champagne... In your flute, place one sugar cube and drench it with Angostura bitters. Add 1 ounce chilled Cognac (this may be kept in a cold place like a cooler, or chilled per cocktail). Top with champagne.
Most people believe an old fashioned is a bourbon drink, however the most rudimentary definition states it must contain spirit, bitters, and sugar. That adds up to A LOT of possibilities!
Classic Old Fashioned 2 ounces bourbon or rye .25 ounces simple syrup (1:1) 1-2 dashes Angostura bitters 1-2 dashes Regan's orange bitters Stir. Strain over large format ice. Express oils from lemon across the top of the cocktail, making sure to rub oils around the rim and down the entire glass.
Sage, shown here, helps to bring out the botanical elements of the Chareau while allowing the consumer to enjoy the rich mouthfeel of Absolut Elyx by not adding complexity to the liquid.
The Chareau-Off 1.5 ounces Absolut Elyx .25 ounce Chareau Aloe Liqueur 2 ounces Topo Chico Mineral Water 2 ounces Prosecco Add ingredients to mixing glass filled with ice. Turn ice 2-4 revolutions. Strain chilled ingredients into coupe. Using a long handled barspoon, pour 2 ounces of prosecco into the cocktail. Garnish with any fresh herb or dehydrated citrus wheel.