These spooky cocktails won’t scare you!

Jerry The Icelandic Sailor

1 part Reyka Vodka

1 part Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum

½ part Lemon Juice

½ part Peach Juice or Nectar Angostura Bitters

Combine all ingredients into cocktail shaker except bitters. Shake, double strain, and serve over crushed ice. Garnish with fresh grated nutmeg.

Reyka Vodka is an Icelandic born vodka and provides a smooth and crisp base for both complex and simple cocktails.

Drambuie’s Underdog

¾ part Drambuie

¾ part Dry vermouth

½ part Amaro

¼ part Hendrick’s Gin

 Build and stir in a rocks glass over ice. Garnish with a lemon twist.

 Drambuie is made from a delightful combination of scotch whisky, heather honey, herbs and spices.

 Hudson Whiskey’s The Ramble

2 parts Hudson Maple Cask Rye

½ part Cynar

½  part dry vermouth

1 bar spoon Luxardo Maraschino Liqueur

2 dashes aromatic bitters

 Stir ingredients over ice to chill, then strain into rocks glass over one large cube. Flame a sprig of rosemary for aroma and garnish.

 Hudson Whiskey, the first legal pot-stilled whiskey distilled in New York state since prohibition, sources 90% of its grains from within 60 miles of the distillery.

 Ancho Gimlet


1 part Ancho Reyes Verde

1 part Hendricks Gin

1 part Lime

½ part Rich simple syrup 2:1 Sugar:Water

Slice of cucumber

 Add all ingredients to shaker, add ice and shake hard to chill and dilute.  Strain through a fine mesh strainer into a cocktail coupe, garnish with a cucumber wheel.

Smoke Stack Sazerac

1 ½ part Monkey Shoulder

0.2 part Sugar Syrup

Dash Peychaud’s Bitters

Dash Absinthe

 Add all ingredients to mixing glass. Add cold dry ice and stir. Once dilution is reached strain into glass. Top with Peach Smoke.

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