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Irish Coffee Recipe
With the weather turning cooler and the holidays right around the corner, you can use this cocktail recipe for entertaining or a quiet night on the couch when you need to just relax.
Ingredients:
1oz Irish Whiskey (We used Teeling)
.5 Amaro Montenegro
4-6 oz brewed coffee 
Top with a generous layer of Montenegro Whipped Cream*
Top whip with a sprinkle of cinnamon-sugar
Step one: brew the coffee
First, brew your coffee using our new coffee scoop. Each one is available in walnut or maple and comes with a hot pink leather strap.
Brew the coffee
Brew the coffeeStep two: add the whiskey
Then, add 1 oz of your favorite Irish Whiskey, we used Teeling
Step three: add the Montenegro
And .5 oz of Amaro Montenegro
Step four: add your coffee
Pour in your hot coffee
Step five: top with whipped cream
Make your whipped cream: 
Add .5 ounce of Montenegro and a generous spoonful of white sugar to a half-pint of heavy whipping cream and whip until soft peaks form. For an Irish coffee you want a pliable whipped cream that will be sippable. Eat leftover whip on berries, or right off the spoon.
Top with Montenegro whipped cream
Step six: sprinkle with cinnamon sugar
Finish with a sprinkle of cinnamon sugar
enjoy


We're celebrating Cinco de Mayo with a super-sized Blood Orange Mojito recipe, perfectly proportioned for easy pitcher serving. Make one batch, sit back and relax... 


Ingredients:

3 limes

2 blood oranges

1/2 cup white sugar

30 mint leaves

1 cup white rum

1 liter club soda

Ice as needed 


Juice oranges and limes.


Muddle with mint leaves and sugar.  We used our engraved pitcher-sized cocktail muddler


Add soda and rum. 


Stir.


Add orange slices (optional). 


Strain before serving over ice.


Squeeze blood oranges into glasses for additional color (optional). 


Top off your cocktails with our Brass Geometric Cocktail Stirrers!

Courtesy of Amanda Whitt, bartender at Amor y Amargo and The Up & Up, New York, New York

Magic Flute New Year's Cocktail Recipe

Celebrate the new year with the Magic Flute, a festive cocktail inspired by rebirth.

Ingredients: 

1 oz St George Terroir Gin

1/2 oz Cynar

1/2 oz Lemon

1/2 oz Honey Ginger Syrup*

*For the Honey Ginger Syrup:

2 Parts Honey

1 Part Hot Water

Making the Honey Ginger Syrup:

Stir until dissolved, add some sliced fresh ginger and refrigerate to cool overnight, strain out the ginger and store in the fridge.  This syrup is also amazing in tea, or as a sweetener for an Old Fashioned.  

Add all ingredients in shaker, shake briefly over ice and strain into two Champagne flutes or favorite glassware, top with a little Champagne or Prosecco.

Garnish with a lemon twist and enjoy!

If you want to build more for a bigger party, multiply the recipe and chill the batch in the refrigerator ahead of time, and simply combine with the Champagne or Prosecco to order.  

 

 

 

 

Courtesy of Amanda Whitt, bartender at Amor y Amargo and The Up & Up, New York, New York

This wintery apple punch is excellent served hot or cold! This recipe serves 4.

Ingredients: 

4 oz Laird's Applejack (If unavailable in your area, substitute with another Applejack, or even Cognac!)

2.5 oz Cynar Amaro

2 oz Lemon Juice

2 oz Honey Ginger Syrup*

12 oz Apple Cider

*For the Honey Ginger Syrup:

2 Parts Honey

1 Part Hot Water

Making the Honey Ginger Syrup:

Stir until dissolved, add some sliced fresh ginger and refrigerate to cool overnight, strain out the ginger and store in the fridge.  This syrup is also amazing in tea, or as a sweetener for an Old Fashioned.  

For the Hot Punch: Heat the cider, lemon and honey plus 3 oz of water, then add all the boozy ingredients, serve out of a punch bowl or thermos.

For the Cold Punch: Combine all ingredients and plenty of ice, the bigger cubes the better, and stir until chilled. Serve out of a pitcher or a punch bowl.