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Raid Your Pantry for Inventive Cocktails

by Chris Harrison 1 min read

Raid Your Pantry for Inventive Cocktails




Now is the perfect time to get creative with your cocktails. Using a few pantry staples, you can add new dimensions to drinks. We've come up with a few recipes to inspire your experimentation. 

Hot Damn

Hot Damn cocktail on tableA few drops of your favorite hot sauce makes a delicious, spicy margarita. We've added a hint of sweetness to balance out the extra acidity from the hot sauce. Recipe for Hot Damn.

April Sours bring May Flowers

April Sours bring May Showers on indoor tableRunning low on eggs? Froth your cocktails with aquafaba, the liquid in a can of chickpeas (or what's leftover after cooking dried chickpeas). We've used aquafaba in this gin sour, but feel free to use it as an egg white substitute in any recipe that calls for one. Recipe for April Sours bring May Flowers.

Fig Jam

Fig Jam cocktail on tableBalsamic vinegar adds a rich, aged flavor to this rye whiskey cocktail. It's perfect mixed with our Caramelized Fig Syrup. Recipe for Fig Jam.

All for One

All for One cocktail on barA few dashes of ground allspice from your spice rack, plus a split citrus base makes for a tasty, tiki treat. Recipe for All for One.



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