Boulevardier Cocktail (The Bourbon Negroni!)

Boulevardier Cocktail (The Bourbon Negroni!)

Try this take on the classic Negroni!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Boulevardier Cocktail (The Bourbon Negroni!)
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  1. Combine ingredients into an ice filled shaker. Shake to mix and chill. Strain into a martini or a rocks glass. Garnish with an orange twist.
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Jasmine – Refreshing Summer Cocktail

Jasmine – Refreshing Summer Cocktail

The drink is called the Jasmine. If you frequent bars for craft cocktails, you’ve likely had it, even if you didn’t know the drink by its name. Perfect when made with Heartland Distillers American Gin.

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The drink is called the Jasmine. If you frequent bars for craft cocktails, you’ve likely had it, even if you didn’t know the drink by its name. Heartland Distillers American Gin, Campari, Cointreau and lemon juice, the Jasmine appears virtually in every cocktail recipe book published in the past two years.
Servings Prep Time
1 cocktail 3 minutes
Servings Prep Time
1 cocktail 3 minutes
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The drink is called the Jasmine. If you frequent bars for craft cocktails, you’ve likely had it, even if you didn’t know the drink by its name. Heartland Distillers American Gin, Campari, Cointreau and lemon juice, the Jasmine appears virtually in every cocktail recipe book published in the past two years.
Servings Prep Time
1 cocktail 3 minutes
Servings Prep Time
1 cocktail 3 minutes
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  1. Combine ingredients in shaker with fresh ice and shake until chill. Strain into glass. Garnish with a lemon peel.
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Old Pal

Old Pal

drink-658154_1920First appearing in the 1920s or the 1878s depending on the source. Popularized by William “Sparrow” Robertson, a sports writer for the New York Herald Tribune and an American expat living in Paris. This dry cocktail will sparkle on the tongue. The Old Pal is snappy, bitter, dry, and delicious.

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  1. Combine all the ingredients with fresh ice in a mixing glass and stir. Strain into a martini glass or small wine stem, or optionally serve with a few balls of ice. Garnish with a lemon peel.
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Heartland Distillers Gin Negroni

Heartland Distillers Gin Negroni

negroniThis gin, vermouth, and Campari classic is rocketing in popularity.  We think our Heartland Distillers American Gin the perfect.

Heartland Distillers American Gin, available in select markets in June 2016.

 

 

 

 

 

Negroni
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The negroni is an adaptation itself of the Americano. The Ameicano is a simple blend of Campari, vermouth and club soda. As the story goes the drink was invented in Florence, Italy in 1919 when Count Negroni asked for a slug of gin in his Americano in place of the club soda.
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1 cocktail 5 minutes
Servings Prep Time
1 cocktail 5 minutes
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The negroni is an adaptation itself of the Americano. The Ameicano is a simple blend of Campari, vermouth and club soda. As the story goes the drink was invented in Florence, Italy in 1919 when Count Negroni asked for a slug of gin in his Americano in place of the club soda.
Servings Prep Time
1 cocktail 5 minutes
Servings Prep Time
1 cocktail 5 minutes
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  1. The sprits ratio is usually 1:1:1 so go as big or as small as you wish, but this is a boozy spirit mix carefully. Start with a classic rocks glass and add in several large, clear ice cubes. Use fresh ice!
  2. Layer in the three spirits. Start with the clear gin and add the darker spirits next. Give it a quick stir.
  3. Garnish with a slice of orange.
Recipe Notes

Variations: Play around with the ratios, there is no agreed upon variation here.  Try our Spring Mill Bourbon in place of the gin for a Boulevardier. Get a bit fancier and mix in an ice filled shaker and then serve in a martini glass.

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