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Drinks for the Fourth - Reimagining American Classics

by Brent Support 1 min read

Drinks for the Fourth - Reimagining American Classics

The cocktail is an American invention - so, what better way to celebrate July 4th than with a mixed drink! We've taken four classic American cocktails and reimagined them with fresh, innovative flavors. 

Oaxacan Old Fashioned

Oaxacan Old fashioned Tequila and Mezcal breathe new life into the original cocktail. The agave based version was first popularized by the iconic NYC bar, Death & Co. Our recipe adds richness and depth with Demerara Gum Syrup and cacao bitters - making it a perfect after dinner drink. Recipe for Oaxacan Old Fashioned.

Gin Basil Julep

Gin Basil Julep Cocktail on indoor tableThe iconic Southern cocktail gets an herbal, savory makeover by swapping out fresh basil for mint and botanical gin for a deep bourbon. A light cocktail, it's perfect for a hot summer day. Recipe for Gin Basil Julep.

Matee Tai

Matee Tai Cocktail on indoor table with plantThe traditional tiki drink is transformed by the addition of Blood Orange Cordial. Lending a fruity lightness, this is a fantastic cocktail to make for a crowd. Recipe for Matee Tai.

Grapefruit Rickey

Grapefruit Rickey Cocktail on outdoor tableThe rickey is a classic cocktail that's light and refreshing. By swapping out our Rio Red Grapefruit Cordial for lime juice we add a hint of sweetness to make the drink a bit more accessible. The savory quality the cocktail is known for is retained by adding a few drops of fleur de sel tincture. Recipe for Grapefruit Rickey.



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