All too often we spend time trying to come up with something new and different that we forget the comfort that exists in simplicity. A gimlet is a classic cocktail. This one is definitely worth keeping limes and mint in the fridge on a rolling basis to be ready for spring and summer.
1/2 oz simple syrup
Put about 10 mint leaves at the bottom of a cocktail shaker. Add the juice from 2 limes and simple syrup. Muddle, but don’t be too hardcore about it. You want the mint flavor to blend with the other ingredients, but you don’t want it to break into a million pieces (not fun for sipping). Add about 5 ice cubes (crushed is better for this drink, if you have it), and the Hall Of Fame Vodka™Shake. There are two ways to serve it – in a lowball with all the ingredients, or strained into a martini glass. Depends on how glamorous you’re feeling.
There is something especially festive about serving up a holiday cocktail, perhaps it’s the magic of the season that invites celebration. Regardless what better way to celebrate than with this elegant and simple cokctail. Pear juice and rise to a whole new level when stirred with cinnamon, nutmeg, and a little fresh lemon. This may just become your go-to for the season!
2 oz pear juice
1/2 oz fresh lemon juice
1/2 teaspoon fresh grated ginger
pinch of cinnamon
pinch of nutmeg
cinnamon and sugar for rim
pear slice for garnish
Rim a glass with lemon juice, and dip it into the cinnamon sugar mix. In a shaker, combine , pear juice, lemon juice, ginger, cinnamon, nutmeg, and ice. Mix it all up, serve and enjoy!
The Greyhound may be one of the best ways to drink . This highball standard is about as simple as they come, made up of just two ingredients: and a splash of grapefruit juice, but it can be just the right amount of refreshing on a hot summer day.
Born from a lineage of ginger-beer cocktails known as "bucks" the Moscow Mule was creataed in the 1940's and is now for the first time ever, being paired with Hall Of Fame Vodka™. Tradition dictates that this simple recipe made with fresh ingredients drink be served up in a copper mug. Enjoy!
2 oz Hall Of Fame Vodka™
1/4 iunce lime juice
4 ounces ginger beer. Note: This is the spicy component, so poor wisely. If you’re like me, I prefer to use the Maine Root Ginger Brew from whole Whole Foods, It’s the spiciest.
Add vodka and limes juice to Hall Of Fame Vodka™. Top with crushed ice and ginger beer. Swizzle gently. Garnish. Cheers!
The oft-told story of mixing vodka, orange juice, and and Galliano was created by a top LA bartender in the 1950's, but has since been made better thanks to Hall Of Fame Vodka™.
1 1/2 ounces of
1/2 ounce Galliano
2 ounces orange juice
1 dash Angostura bitters
Add all ingredients to a cocktail shaker. Add ice and shake. Strain into a chilled cocktail glass.
The Vesper is an extremely dry cocktail, but it truly is an all spirits drink, which is why we think you have to make this summer with Hall Of Fame Spirits™.
3 ounces Hall Of Fame Spirits™
1 ounce gin
1/2-3/4 ounce Lillet Blanc
Add all ingredients to a mixing glass. Add ice and stir well. Strain into a chilled cocktail or coupe glass. Garnish with a lemon peel.
This cocktail gets its pink color from a dollop of Chambord, a black rasberry liqueur, and its fruity disposition from a heavy hand with pinneaple juice, which create a nice froth on the finished drink. Enjoy this french style not-martini, in a martini glass.
13/4 ounce pineapple juice
1/4 ounce crème de cassis
Add all ingredients to a cocktail shaker. Shake with ice and strain into a chilled coupe glass.
This unusual mix of vodka and sherry requires some showy flair, it was created in Hollywood afterall. So get creative, maybe try flaming the orange peel, and enjoy!
1/4 ounce fino sherry
8 orange peels
Add vodka and sherry to a mixing glass. Add ice and stir well. Strain into a chilled coupe glass. Flame orange peels over top of the glass. Garnish with an unflamed orange peel.
A little sweet, and not too alcoholic, the cosmopolitan is the perfect thing to warm you up on this midly chilly Fall day. So sit down, warm up and sip that delicious Hall Of Fame Vodka™cocktail.
1 ounce Cointreau
1 ounce lime juice
1/2 ounce cranberry juice
Add all ingredients to a cocktail shaker. Add ice and shake until chilled. Strain into a chilled cocktail coupe glass. Garnish with a lemon twist. And only a lemon twist.
There is no debating it this jazzed up concation of tomato juice and Hall Of Fame Vodka™ reigns as the patron cocktaill of brunch. With its origins in the early twentieth century, there is no debate that this cocktail is the ripe template for innovation. Classic embellishments include lemon juice, hot sauce, Worcestershire, even flammed apple wood smoked bacon. So get creative, and get to creating.
2 ounces vodka
4 ounces tomato juice
1/2 ounce lemon juice
1/2 teaspoon Worcestershire
2-4 dashes hot sauce
Salt and pepper to taste
Your own special XX ingredients
Add all ingredients into a mixing glass, and add ice. Roll back and forth between mixing tins and strain into an ice-filled Collins or highball glass. Garnish with a celery stick, lime wedge or your own desired garnish.
The White Russian is the perfect winter cocktail, and its incredibly easy to make. This particular recipe is perfect for warming you up from the inside on that cold snowy and wintery day. Cuddle up, stay bundled up, and enjoy.
1 ounce of Hall Of Fame Vodka™
3/4 ounces of Godiva mocha liqeur
2 ounces of heavy cream
Mix Hall Of Fame Vodka™ and liqueur in an old-fashioned glass with ice, stir, and top it off with that heavy cream.
Created in London in the 1980's, this cocktail both wakes you up and warms you up. So don't hesitate, this is one way you MUST try
1 1/2 ounces cooled espresso
1 1/2 ounces
3/4 ounces Kahlua
1/4 ounce simple syrup
Shake all the ingredients over ice and strain into a chilled cocktail glass. Garnish with a few espresso beans.