Hey Mr. Cool Guy, your impressive coupe collection and small bar located in your downtown loft are perfect for entertaining this cocktail. Invite your pals over for a game of Cards Against Humanity, or What do you Meme? and wow them with your new spin on an old classic. I can see them now, looking up in awe from their couches, just watching you make that cocktail spoon dance with your two hands simultaneously. Don't sweat! They'll notice! Just smile back at them and strain the mixture into one of your many coupes. Do not try to be cool with the champagne cork please, just use a dish towel to help twist it off and top your cocktail. Don't forget the bitters to float and then send that drink on its way.
1 ounce bourbon, 1/2 ounce cointreau, Champagne, and rosemary bitters. Stir bourbon and cointreau over a couple cubes until it's cold and strain into a coupe. Top the coupe with champagne and add and rosemary bitters to taste.
This classic cocktail just ain't for madmen anymore. A bourbon resurgence has brought Old Fashioneds back to the forefront of the cocktail menu. We encourage you to sip on a blast from the past with our aromatic bitters topping it off of course!
2 oz bourbon, 1 teaspoon simple syrup, aromatic bitters, orange wheel and cherry for garnish. Pour the bourbon, simple syrup and bitters into a whiskey glass and stir to combine. Add ice and stir a few more times. Round the rim of the glass with an orange peel and add to drink, along with a cherry for garnish.
Lavender French 75
Tired of your friends always riding you about how you only drink champagne? Trick those debbie downers and shake up this little number in a martini glass and top with champagne. They will say "O my, you're so sophisticated now!" and you'll smile to yourself and sip carefully out of your impractical glass.
Combine 2 ounces gin, 1/2 ounce lemon juice and 1/2 ounce simple syrup in a tumbler with ice and shake, then strain into a martini glass and top with your favorite bubbly and your favorite blackwater lavender bitters.
Hey sleepy head, let us add a little pizazz to your morning routine! You say, "But this specific coffee bean is from the jungles of Honduras and totally organic!" Yea, that's really neat, but we are trying to help you enhance that organic jungle bean! Put a splash of our orange bitters in your cup for a wonderful flavor marriage on your taste buds.
Cold brew coffee or hot coffee, almond milk, and dropper of orange bitters
Estoy Caliente! This lil' mamacita has everything you would want in a cocktail glass: smoke from the mezcal, spice from the ginger beer, and both bitterness and sweetness from the coffee bitters. She will sweep you off your feet like an amazing woman can, but beware of having too many or you may end up eating the worm in your glass!"
Pour 1.5 oz mezcal over ice, add a little ginger beer to calm it and then add a dropper full of our coffee bitters and give it a swirl. We like to rim with glass with coffee grounds and add a sprinkle of cayenne on top.
The Skinny Marg
Hey girl, Hey! This drink is like, basically, calorie free! Just kidding, but it's still so good and refreshing- kind of like when fall comes around and we get to wear big sweaters and yoga pants everyday and we don't worry about "skinny drinks" any more.
Pour 2 ounces of Espolon blanco tequila over ice in a tumbler, add a squeeze of lemon, 1 1/2 ounces lime juice, 1/4 ounce agave nectar then give it a light shake and pour into a glass then add a soda top and a dropper of grapefruit, ginger-lime and orange bitters.
The Sneaky Dirty Martini
Dirtier the better, am I right, or am I right? I'm talking about martinis guys! Instead of chugging down the last of that poor bartender's olive brine, ask for a dash of our salty bitters instead. You might even come across looking like you enjoy the taste of vodka, because we both know when that stuff gets warm, it's hard to get down.
3 ounces of vodka, 1 ounce dry vermouth, olive juice to taste, and our salty bitters. Shake with ice in a tumbler and strain into a martini glass. Float a few drop of salty bitters on top and garnish with olive or lemon twist
The mascara smears on the pillowcase the next morning say it all - that was one heck of a "first date." Okay, maybe you had more than one "first date" but who's counting? First flowers, then champagne, that bartender was reading your mind! O that's right, you had a quiet evening at home being your own bartender. Who needs fancy flaming orange peels and liquid smoke when you can just pour your favorite things into a flute, or coffee mug, and be just as impressive.
Flute of champagne with a sugar cube with our floral bitters floating
On a quiet little street in New Orleans called Bourbon Street, there exists a place where the ladies dance from dusk til dawn. Rick's Cabaret is a staple to New Orleans just like this drink. Crafted after the famous Sazerac, the Cabaret will make you feel like you're one of the locals. When you order one from the bar remember to break that big bill into ones for the girls.
Rinse a rocks glass with absinthe, and set aside. In a tumbler, stir 2 ounce rye whiskey, 1/4 ounce simple syrup, and 2 droppers of orange bitters, along with 4 dashes Peychaud's and stir. Discard absinthe from the rocks glass and strain the ingredients into glass, with a few cubes of ice if desired. Garnish with lemon peel.
Not Your Father's Egg Nog
Add one egg white to a cocktail shaker and shake vigorously. Then combine 2 oz bourbon, 1 oz brandy, .5 oz maple syrup, and 2 droppers of hot cocoa bitters into martini shaker and shake again.Garnish with cinnamon stick or chocolate shavings, if desired. Serve in martini or coup glass.
Combine 2 oz bourbon, 2 droppers Apple-Achia Bitters, and .5 oz brown sugar simple syrup to an Old-Fashioned Glass and stir. Add Large ice cube, and stir again. Top with cider or cold brew (we prefer Golf Park Coffee_, and garnish with charred orange peel, apple wedge and/or cinnamon stick.