One of sour, Two of sweet, Three of strong, and Four of weak is the rhyme Bajan's use to mix a rum punch.
This recipe comes to us from our friends who manage The Cocktail Artist blog. We met them at a Virginia Spirits event in Washington, DC. Inspired by the stunning Shenendoah Valley, they crafted their version of the classic "Side Car" with spirits from two Virginia distilleries: Catoctin Creek, Vitae Spirits Distillery.
A sweet and seasonal alternative to sambuca. Use double espresso vodka for a more intense flavor.
Super simple and versatile. Just 3 ingredients. Serve hot or cold, with or without the booze.
Stay away from brands with sketchy ingredients! Make your own - all natural - Cinnamon Whiskey with a trusted brand of whiskey. Add a dash of hot sauce if you can stand the heat.
For a holiday punch that will warm your belly: hot red wine spiced with cinnamon, cloves, allspice, and fresh orange.
Why limit applesauce to one fruit? Pears pair well with cinnamon too! Serve warm as an accompaniment to pork chops, or enjoy it chilled with cottage cheese and sliced almonds (as a light snack) or by itself, as a dessert.
Perfect for brunch! A refreshing alternative to the standard Mimosas and Bellinis.
Get your mugs ready! This one is sure to provide warmth on a cold evening. Hot chocolate, with vanilla, cinnamon, and cayenne pepper – and of course, tequila!
A festive boost to iced coffee: adorned with a subtle blend of chocolate, cinnamon, & orange, and fortified with bourbon.
A sip of Autumn: This drink is as healthy as it is refreshing. Enjoy it hot or cold as an alternative to hot chocolate and coffee. Make it by the pitcher!
Warm yourself up with these cold weather flavors: apples, pomegranate, cinnamon, & orange!
Sinfully delicious as a topping for lattes, fresh fruit, and other desserts. Make this with your favorite flavor of Keep It Simple Syrup. Top fresh berries with spearmint cream, and pumpkin pie with cinnamon cream. De-lish!
Delicious holiday cookies with a kick… and a KISS. The aroma itself makes it worth the effort!
A KISS of cinnamon enhances the sweetness of roasted butternut squash. For a fall stunner, year-round, try it with sweet potatoes too!