Gingerbread Old Fashioned

If you would like to make your own gingerbread syrup, we have a recipe for that as well. Gingerbread Syrup: To a large pot, add: 1.5 quarts water 2 vanilla beans, split 1 cinnamon stick 15 cloves 1 tablespoon molasses 10x ¼-inch thick medallions of fresh ginger root  Cook on induction burner at 270F until mixture boils, lower temp to 160F. Cook until it … Read More

The Nutcracker

The Nutcracker might not yet be considered a holiday classic like Eggnog or Hot Buttered Rum, but there’s always room for new classics. This deep and rich cocktail is a celebration of everything delicious about the season and is easily going to be a new favorite. If you can’t find our Rye, it’s delicious with our bourbon … Read More

Hot Buttered Rum

Hot Buttered Rum might take a little prep, but after the initial work is done, these hot drinks are simple to make and perfect for spreading a little winter warmth. You can batch the mix for a party or freeze it and enjoy Hot Buttered Rums in calm, peaceful solitude over the course of many nights. It’s your call, … Read More

Angel’s Envy Eggnog

*6 large egg yolks, ½ c sugar, 1 c heavy cream, 2 c whole milk, 1 tsp nutmeg, pinch of salt, ¼ tsp vanilla extract Whisk together egg yolks and sugar in a bowl until fluffy. In a saucepan, bring cream, milk, nutmeg and salt to low boil, stirring often. Stir one tablespoon milk mixture into sugar and egg mixure. Continue to add one tablespoon at … Read More

The Hot Toddy

While the hot toddy’s origin is often ascribed to Scotland, the root behind the name is possibly a little more exotic. It may date back to a 1600s Hindi word “tarrie,” which referred to a beverage made of fermented palm sap (the ‘r’ sound was similar to an English ‘d’). It could have also have evolved from the Sanskrit … Read More