Spirits Recipes

Lemon Drop Martini

This popular cocktail was invented in the 1970s by Norman Jay Hobday, the owner of Henry Africa’s bar in San Francisco, California. Ingredients:  • 1 shot Vodka • 1/2 shot Orange Liquer (Triple Sec, Cointrou) • 1 teaspoon Superfine Sugar • 1 teaspoon Lemon Juice Directions:  Rim a chilled Martini glass with Cocktail Toppers Lemon Lime. Add ingredients with ice […]

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Mint Julep

A traditional southern cocktail from the 18th century, famously celebrated at the Kentukey Derby. Ingredients: • mint • 1 tsp. sugar • 2 shots of Kentucky Bourbon (Whiskey) Directions: Rim a short glass – Old Fashioned or Silver Julep cup with Cocktail Toppers Ginger Mint. Place approximately 6 mint leaves in the bottom of the […]

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Michelada

This Mexican cocktail is Hot, Hot, Hot. Ingredients: • 1 Mexican Beer (Tacate is traditional) • 1/2 cup Tomato Juice (or Clamato) • 2 dashes Tabasco, Worcesteshire & Soy Sauces (More heat if desired) • 1 tablespoon Lime Juice • 1 tablespoon Cocktail Toppers Smokey Lime Directions: Rim a beer glass with Cocktail Toppers Smokey […]

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Bloody Mary (Traditional)

Ingredients: • 1 1/2 shots Vodka • 1/2 cup Tomato Juice (regular or Clamato) • 2 dashes Tabasco & Worcetershire • 1 teaspoon Cocktail Toppers Smokey Lme • The juice from 1/4 lime Directions: Add ingredients into a tall glass filled with ice. Rim glass with Cocktail toppers Smokey Lime. Pour in cocktail mix. Garnish […]

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Moscow Mule

Created in 1941 in Los Angeles at the Cock n’ Bull Restaurant, this spicy, refreshing cocktail has made quite a comeback. Ingredients: • 1 1/2 shots Vodka • The juice of 1/2 a lime • 1/4 bottle of Ginger Beer (12 oz. bottle) • Lime wedge, for garnish (muddle in mint for a Garden Bull) Directions: Add Vodka, lime […]

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