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Cocktail Kit Resource Center

Recipes and instruction videos for our 

Winter bottled cocktails


Whisk(e)y Flight - Travel by Rail

Whisk(e)y Flight - Best in Show

Gin Flight - Excellence & Oddities

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Seedlip Grove, Honeycomb Cordial, Balsamic & Sherry Vinegar, Fee Brothers Non-Alcoholic Aromatic Bitters

Serves 2

Serve chilled, gently shake bottle before pouring

"0% alcohol! The best choice for busy bees. Seedlip’s blend of Southeast Asian-inspired non-alcoholic distillates come together with local, floral honeycomb. The sweetness and texture of the honeycomb brings contrast to the oak and acidity provided by the Sherry and Balsamic vinegars. A drink to ponder on these Winter days while we look forward to the advent of Spring."

                            - Micheál

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Snow Shoes

Snow Shoes

Canadian Club Rye, Walnut Oil, Fernet Menta, Bitter Wine &

Winter Spices

Serves 3


Pour into a rocks glass filled with ice, stir briefly, garnish with Rosemary slapped like you would someone who invites you winter camping

"This drink is meant to taste like the only truly redeeming parts of a snowshoeing or cross country experience. Much like the horrific winter slog we are all going through, these experiences mostly fucking suck. Less the rare moments of pause where we find those frozen, distilled aromas and sensations hidden in the snowy backcountry. Take a moment to find these flavours hidden at the end of a snowshoe trail without the hell of actually having to take the frigid trek.



God of Night

Agua Santa Mezcal, Cacao Nib infused Punt e Mes,

Drambuie, Grapefruit Bitters

Serves 2

Stir with ice, strain into a coupe, garnish with an orange coin

"Tezcatlipoca is the Aztec God of night. His name means Smoking Mirror, and he is represented as an evil power associated with death and cold. Embrace your fear of the dark with this boozy, bitter, and smoky bevvie."

                           - C.

God of Night

Beet Down

Beet-infused Taffel Aquavit, Cynar, Fino Sherry, Absinthe

Serves 2


Stir briefly over ice, strain into a rocks glass filled with fresh ice, garnish with a lemon twist

"A Winter-inspired take on the classic Trident cocktail. Herbal notes of aquavit mingle with the earthiness of beetroot and the sweetness of anise. Give your seasonal depression a good ol' fashioned Beet Down."

                          - Tristan

Beet Down

Oh My Darling

Tanqueray Gin, Clementine Cordial, Campari

Serves 2

Shake briefly with ice, strain into a rocks glass full of fresh ice, garnish with a dehydrated orange wheel

"Have you been listening to too many sad songs on repeat? This drink is a perfect pick-me-up! Gin, citrusy, refreshing, and a touch bitter; perfect for the times."

                       - Aeron


Spice World Martini

5-Spice Butter Washed Grey Goose Vodka, Lillet, Grand Marnier

Serves 2

Stir with ice, strain into

a coupe, garnish with an orange twist

"Chinese 5 Spice is just fucking great, and everything is better with a bit of butter."

                   - Graham


Rosita Uva

Pisco El Gobernador, Amontillado Sherry, Dry Vermouth, Campari

Serves 2

Stir briefly over ice, strain into a coupe or on the rocks (bartender's choice!), garnish with an orange twist

"This spin on a classic Rosita is perfect for any negroni lover. The name Rosita means "Little Rose" in Spanish, likely due to the rosy hue imparted by the Campari. In this variation, the "Uva" (grape) comes from the delicious Chilean Pisco substituted as the base. This addition brings beautiful floral notes that can brighten any winter day."

                           - Nick C.


The Alan Parsnip Project

Parsnip infused Havana 3 Rum, Pumpkin Spice, Averna, Angostura Bitters

Serves 2

Stir with ice, strain into a coupe

"Don't be afraid of parsnips! They're the vanilla of the vegetable world - as in they actually contain the flavour compound vanillin. Believe the science."

                           - Kris

Oh My Darling
Spice World
Rosita Uva
The Alan Parsnips Project
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