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A cute lil’ bumpkin [🥃+🎃]
What you need:
• 1 shot of 🥃
• 3 shots of oat 🥛 (or your fave milk)
• 1 spoonful of 🎃 purée
• 3 dashes of 🎃 pie spice
• honey 🍯 or a sticky alternative
• 3 dashes of 🍊 bitters
• 1/4 shot of maple sizzurp 🍁
How to make it:
Combine all ingredients (except for honey) into a shaker and shake vigorously with 3 ice cubes. Strain into cocktail glass. Dash with cinnamon or pumpkin pie spice.
Optional: if you want to make a coated rim on your drink, use honey and cinnamon.
This was my first bottle of Blanton's. This is also bottle that sparked my love for bourbon and the desire to hunt down those sought after and rare bottles. Couldnt bring myself to throw it out so I made it into a lamp, not too shabby. 🤷♂️
Last night was such an amazing culinary experience. Chef Patrick and his team at @salstomatopies created a menu with that was simply out of this world. They pushed many of us out of our comfort zone to try cuts of beef or preparations of beef we may not have tried before or haven’t tried in a long time. And they all were fantastic!
The carefully crafted cocktails and paired pours of @jhenrybourbon complimented each beef dish perfectly.
We were so thankful to see many of our customers in attendance last night and were so happy to meet so many new friends. (Shout out to our table of new friends we met and dined with ￼last night. We will see you all at Thanksgiving 😉)
Thank you again to everyone who came out last night and to all of those involved to help pull of such an amazing event. Cheers! 🥃
Sorry the pictures aren’t great I didn’t bring a light along to take better pictures
I don't even like whiskey sours usually... but oh my this is a delicious twist. The Bordeaux Sour. #bourbon#lillet