A Few Recipes to Help you Ease into the Season

A few recipes to help you ease into the sesaon

We’re excited for seasonal drinks as much as you are but here in AZ, we gotta pump the breaks before we start sipping on warm mugs of mulled ciders and hot toddies. So we’re rounding up some of our favorite cocktail recipes to drink for the short few weeks until the weather breaks! When in doubt, just search our collection of Fall recipes right here! Stay in touch for our Fall Seasonal Mixer release happening later in October! 

Make a Chilled Cocktail that Tastes Exactly like Mulled Wine 

Inspired by mulled wine, this Sloe Gin cocktail can be served either chilled or warmed. For the time being, we’re shaking Iconic Spiced Honey and Bitter Orange Tonic together with ice and dreaming of cooler weather. Sloe Gin is reminiscent of plum and red wine. Combined with bright citrus, rich honey, and fragrant cinnamon, this cocktail comes together perfectly for this time of year. 

Make a Chilled Cocktail that Tastes Exactly like Mulled Wine

Cinnamon Muse

-Combine all in a shaker with ice 

-Shake until chilled

-Double strain into a a short glass and garnish with a lemon wheel 

Make a Chilled Cocktail that Tastes Exactly like Mulled Wine

Ice your Hot Toddies with a Seasonal Super Cube 

If you ask us if we make a Pumpkin Spice anything, we will graciously lead you to our favorite signature flavor for Fall, Iconic Spiced Honey. It's perfect for pumpkin spiced lattes or warm whiskey cocktails like an Old Fashioned or Hot Toddy. To ease into the season, we're adding a seasonal super cube to our Toddy. 

Freeze whole spices like clove, anise, or cardamon in your ice molds! 

Iced Spiced Toddy made with Iconic Spiced Honey with a seasonal super cube

Iced Spiced Toddy

-Add all to a glass with a star anise super cube

Iced Spiced Toddy made with Iconic Spiced Honey with a seasonal super cube

Infuse Spirit with Your Favorite Seasonal Flavors  

Another way to lean into the season is by literally infusing your spirit with it. Add a handful of fresh herbs to a neutral vodka to create a piney partner for any of our Iconic mixers. This technique would work great with clove, sage, juniper, thyme, or any of your favorite seasonal flavors. Simply add 1-3 sprigs of fresh herbs or 1-3 tablespoons of dried herbs to 2 cups of spirit. Infuse for 1-3 days and strain out any solids. Here are some fun combos to try! 

Sage Infused Vodka with Iconic Lime Leaf Tonic

 Desert Sage 

-Combine all and pour over sparkling water and ice.

-Garnish with a sage and cheers to the desert!

Sage Infused Vodka with Iconic Lime Leaf Tonic