Here's a tropical dessert that adapts seasonally. Garnish with a sprig of mint during spring/summer. Try a dash of spice or sprinkle of pomegranate seeds during fall/winter. Cognac & ginger syrup adds warmth.
This cocktail was popular long before Don Draper in the series, Mad Men, but his character certainly revived it. Traditionally garnished with orange zest and maraschino cherries - an ingredient of the past - we believe this cocktail deserves real fruit!
Do sweet, ripe peaches and smooth bourbon remind you of summertime in the South? Don’t be fooled by this one. The ginger, black pepper, and bitters give it a surprising hit of spice.
Our simple take on a classic cocktail. We call ours the French KISS! The French 75 came about during World War I and was named after the French military's 75mm M1897 artillery gun.
The quintessential Southern classic: perfect at Derby time and year-round, too. No need to muddle fresh mint for genuine spearmint flavor. Use those fresh mint leaves as a garnish instead!
Tropical and yet warm, thanks to the sweet and spicy combination of mango and ginger. Brighten it up with fresh lemon juice and a sprig of cilantro for a special herbal touch!
For an elegant dessert, offer your guests a cocktail-in-a-bite with a garnish of toasted pecans. These delightful melt-in-your-mouth treats are sure to impress!
“A great alternative to fresh mint for cocktails. Exceptional.” – tastings.com
“Excellent, pure and balanced spicy cinnamon
flavor for cocktails.” –tastings.com