And now we present round two of our Christmas cocktail round up, starting things off with an incredible concoction!
Art In The Age Sage Cobbler
(via Art In The Age)
1 part SAGE liqueur
3 parts cranberry juice
1 part simple syrup
Combine ingredients and top with club soda and a wedge of lime.
(Author’s note: I realize full well that we’ve been showing lots of Art In The Age Sage love lately, but out of all the cocktail recipes I tried this season, this might very well be my favorite. I could do these up year-round and never tire!)
(Courtesy of Ingrid Hoffmann)
2 oz Skyy Infusions Blood Orange Vodka, chilled
1 oz frozen passion fruit pulp, thawed
1 oz orange liqueur
1 oz rosemary infused simple syrup, cooled
3 oz ginger ale, chilled
Rosemary sprigs and raspberries for garnish
For the rosemary simple syrup: In a small saucepan, boil the water, sugar, and 3 rosemary sprigs. Remove from heat and let rest until it cools. Remove the rosemary sprigs and strain. Refrigerate until ready to use. In a cocktail shaker, mix the vodka, passion fruit and rosemary infused simple syrup. Pour in a martini glass and top with ginger ale. Take a raspberry and skewer it with a 3-inch rosemary sprig and garnish drink with it.
Christmas Clementine Pomander
(courtesy of KTCHN Restaurant, NYC)
4 tsp clementine chopped
2 tsp brown sugar (muddled)
2 oz Mescal Vago Espadin
0.5 oz orange juice
0.5 oz lime mix
3 mint leaves
top with 1 oz. club soda
Muddle 4 tsp of chopped clementine and 2 tsp of brown sugar; then add 2 oz. of Mescal Vago Espadin, 0.5 oz. of orange juice, 0.5 oz. lime mix, 3 mint leaves, and top with club soda in a highball glass. Garnish with a clementine slice studded with cloves.
Knob Creek Ol’ Fashioned Holiday Maple
(Created by Chef Michael Symon)
1 pinch of raw sugar
1 orange peel
3 dashes Bitters
1 1/2 parts Knob Creek Smoked Maple bourbon
1 part Calvados Boulard apple brandy
Drop a pinch of raw sugar, orange peel, and 3 dashes bitters into a rocks glass and muddle. Add Knob Creek Smoked Maple and Calvados Boulard apple brandy. Stir with ice.