I am making the best classic cocktails that you might not know about.
I wanted to start off with a gin drink because it’s something that I’m really loving right now. Ever since I went to Distillery 209 and got a tour of how is made and the history. Don’t worry, you’ll get to know more about them in a couple of weeks.
I also wanted to use bitters from Seven Stills because they taste so good.
I found a drink called a Pink Gin, which is basically just gin and bitters.
The bitters give it enough flavor that it completely transforms the gin.
- 2 shots gin
- 4 drops bitters
- Combine ingredients and serve over ice
Don’t forget about the competition, let me know what your least favorite vegetables are!
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This classic cocktail is as fun to make as it is to drink!
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I want to bring classic cocktails to you!
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Easter's on its way!
Which means, you'll be needing some cocktails for your brunch. Well the Easter Bunny brought his special cocktial for you!
After visiting Seven Stills in San Francisco, I got super excited to mix a few cocktails with their whiskey and bitters. I made this version of an old fashioned, but it has a few little twists! Click here for the recipe