Here are a few more selections for your imbibing enjoyment.
Irish Mist $24.99 Irish Mist is a blend of Irish whiskey, honey and natural aromatic spices. It was the first liqueur to be produced in Ireland and, while the bottle has changed a number of times over the years, the liqueur itself has remained true to its origins – the recipe has not changed, so you can be sure of the warming whiskey and honeyed sweetness, beautifully counter balanced by aromatic spices, that gives Irish Mist its wonderfully complex flavor and taste experience. Known to flirt outrageously with cola & lime the following recipe is a classic using Irish Mist:
Irish Mist with Cola & Lime~
- Pour Irish Mist over ice in a tall highball glass
- Top with cola and squeeze in a wedge of lime
Rothman & Winter Orchard Pear Fruit Liqueur $24.99 Rothman & Winter Orchard Pear Fruit Liqueur is a true Pear Williams liqueur. Destillerie Purkhart carefully selects its pears each season from family orchards in both South Tirol (the Alto Adige) and the Danube Valley. It is ripe, fresh, natural, and perfectly sweet. Enjoy on its own slightly chilled. It’s also ideal for use in an array of classic cocktails calling for pear brandy.
- 4 oz Champagne
- ½ oz Orchard Pear Fruit Liqueur
- Mix in a Champagne glass
Rothman & Winter Orchard Apricot Fruit Liqueur $24.99 Rothman & Winter Orchard Apricot Liqueur combines juice from the seasonal harvest of Austria’s famed Klosterneuberger apricots (known locally as “Marillen”) with an eau-de-vie produced from this same fruit. The eau-de-vie itself is famed for its delicate floral bouquet and a long, elegant finish. Destillerie Purkhart selects its apricots each season from family orchards in the Danube Valley and surrounding regions. The liqueur is ideal for use in an array of classic cocktails calling for apricot brandy.
- 2 oz Gentleman Jack
- ¼ oz Rothman & Winter Apricot Fruit Liqueur
- ¼ oz Orange Curacao
- 2 dashes Angostura bitters
- Stir ingredients in a shaker with ice
- Strain into a cocktail glass
- Garnish with an orange peel
Until next time,
- The Imbibe Gang