Signature Drinks

Appletini

What You Need:
2.5 oz. sour apple liqueur, 2 oz. vodka, Sour mix and triple sec to taste, Apple wedge, for garnish.

How to Make It:
Shake and strain ingredients except apple wedge into a chilled martini glass. Garnish with apple wedge.

french_martini-210x202French Martini

What You Need:
1 oz. citrus vodka, 1 oz. pineapple juice, 1/2 oz. Chambord, Lime wedge, for garnish.

How to Make It:
Shake vodka, pineapple juice, and Chambord well with ice in a shaker. Strain into glass.

Apple Pie

What You Need:
2 apple slices, 1/2 oz. agave nectar, 1 pinch Apple Pie Spice, (store-bought in the spice section), 1/2 oz. fresh lemon juice, 1 1/2 oz. vodka.

How to Make It:
Muddle apple slices in agave, spice, and lemon juice. Add ice and vodka and shake well.

Tangerini

What You Need:
1 oz. tangerine schnapps, 1 oz. vodka, Tangerine juice, Orange/tangerine peel, for garnis.

How to Make It:
Shake and strain first 3 ingredients, into a martini glass. Garnish with orange/tangerine peel.

Wined & Dined

Wine Infused Cocktails

 

july_sparklers-165x200Wine Cocktails

Looking for some great wine inspired signature drink recipes? Look no further. We have the perfect blend…

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Champagne Dreams!

 

Dream Recipes

Looking for some great Champagne recipe show stoppers. These signature bubbly drinks are sure to please.

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Simple Summer Cocktails!

 

Simple Summer Cocktails
As the days get warmer and the sun is getting brighter, nothing welcomes the summer like an ice-cold cocktail.
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Customized DIY Drinks

cocktail-diy-516x516Go beyond basic beer with bottled customized cocktails, which have been popping up at bars everywhere. They’ve gotten us thinking that offering tall, cool ones could be a refreshing way to personalize your drinks and get them in hand, fast, at your celebration. Pass them out after your vows, or distribute them during the cocktail hour.

What you need…

Avery round labels and design artwork, Scissors or guillotine trimmer, 187ml clear Champagne bottles, Funnel,
Red Baron Capper and Caps

How-To…

Download avery label clip art and print onto sticker paper. Cut the strips with scissors or a guillotine trimmer. Make cocktails in large batches, taste test, then funnel into individual bottles, and seal with a capper tool. Place a metal cap on top of the bottle and seal it by placing the capper on top of the cap and pressing down on both handles simultaneously. Seal with a sticker labels. Serve cold.

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