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menthe pastille -- white mint liqueur; been around since 1885!

menthe pastille -- white mint liqueur; been around since 1885!

This unique product is made by distilling only the tears of the Mastic Tree Pistacia Lentiscus var. Chia. This elegant, aromatic, refreshing mastic spirit liqueur brings a revolution to the senses and the palate. Enjoy well-chilled, neat, as an after dinner digestive, or in cocktails for mind blowing combinations.

Mastic Tears Liqueur

This fragrant liqueur engages you with inviting aromas of peach and apricot nectar wafting from the glass.The sweetness is balanced by the tart and citric acid elements on the palate.  Utilize this in your next vodka, gin, bitter or sparkling wine cocktail creation.

Pavan Liqueur de France (liqueur made from Muscat grape & orange blossom)

Harvey Wallbanger: In a tall glass full of  ice, add: 3 oz orange juice 1 1/2 oz vodka 1/2 oz Galliano garnish with an orange slice serve with a straw

Harvey Wallbanger: In a tall glass full of ice, add: 3 oz orange juice 1 oz vodka oz Galliano garnish with an orange slice serve with a straw

pumpkin flip by diy cocktails

Pumpkin Flip: 1 oz bourbon oz allspice liqueur oz simple syrup 2 Tbs pureed pumpkin (we used canned pumpkin, but you can use homemade as well) oz lemon 1 egg white bitters

The Classic Sidecar has the perfect balance of sweet and sour, and the cognac on which it's based seems quite appropriate as the weather cools off. Try it!

Classic Sidecar

Classic Sidecar 2 oz brandy or cognac 2 oz orange liqueur 2 oz fresh squeezed lemon juice, strained sugar

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Pumpkin Mudslide

Pumpkin Mudslide ~ A Year of Cocktails (vanilla vodka, coffee liqueur, pumpkin pie liqueur, milk)

This recipe was created specifically for The Manhattan Cocktail Classic by Mike P. Dulle, GM of The JakeWalk, and demonstrates Sorel's versatility as a modifier.

Punchy’s Tipple: Sorel Bourbon (Kings County Distillery) Cointreau (Cointreau) St.

Whiskey Hot Toddy 1 oz. bourbon or rye whiskey (Heubach uses Clyde Mays) 1 oz. tawny port ½ oz. orange liqueur (Mandarine Napoléon) ½ oz. cinnamon syrup ½ oz. fresh lemon juice 1½ oz. hot water

Tawny port and orange liqueur add spice and complexity to this rich whiskey hot toddy. Photo by Neil Burger

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