The spices sprinkled atop this cocktail lend a wild taste experience at first sip, and after allowed to resonate in the glass, give this beverage a more mature, spiced profile.
Carajillo Gold 1 oz Patron Reposado 1 oz Patron Citronge Pineapple 3 oz Parks Coffee Cold Brew Two Methods: for froth as shown in photo, shake ingredients and pour directly into glass. for a more classic approach, simply pour the ingredients into a rocks glass over ice Either way: top with Spaulding's Specialty Spices Calabrian Chile Sugar. Garnish with fresh pineapple, or dehydrated wheel as shown here.
Flower-Girl syrup is the magic ingredient lending a bright flavor, as well as this eye-catching color. Click the photo or the link to find the recipe.
Nitro Neopolitan 2 ounces Reyka Vodka 2 ounces Parks Coffee Draught Nitro .75 ounce Flower-Girl Syrup .25 ounce Hershey's Syrup Vigorously shake ingredients and strain into a coupe. Use a barspoon to scoop the foam onto the cocktail. Top with just a pinch of Spaulding's Specialty Spices Hickory Smoked Sea Salt.
Fresh berries and herbs make this an ideal sipping cocktail.
Berries & Basil Collins 2 oz Square One Organic Vodka 1 oz fresh lemon juice .5 oz agave syrup (1:1) .5 oz raspberry puree Shake all ingredients with ice. Strain over fresh ice. Top with sparkling water. Garnish with expressed basil leaf.
Part of the series: Spice Up Your Fucking Life *an alternative approach to spicy cocktails The real enjoyment of this cocktail is the quick 'pickling' radishes are so adept at!
Let Me Radish You All Over 2 oz Square One Organics Bergamot Vodka .5 oz Domaine de Canton Ginger Liqueur .5 oz Lustau Fino Sherry Stir. Strain into chilled coupe. Garnish thinly sliced radishes. Gradually consume radishes while sipping cocktail.
Nasturtium Fizz 2 ounces Square One Organic Spirits Bergamot vodka 1 ounce cream .5 ounce lemon juice .5 ounce simple syrup a few nasturtium leaves Shake. Double strain into collins glass over fresh ice. Top with Topo Chico Garnish orange peel (expressed) and nasturtium leaf.
The Vesperado riffs on the classic ratio of a Vesper while imparting the high octane flavor of agave spirits. Here it's rimmed with spruce tip salt to bring out the salinity and minerality of the agave spirits.
Vesperado 1 oz Lillet .5 oz El Silencio Joven 1.5 oz Don Julio Blanco 1 dash Reagans Orange Bitters Stir. Strain into chilled coupe. Express orange peel atop cocktail.