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Cocktail Recipes

Honey Bear

1 oz Red Soles California Hooch
1/2 oz Yes Cocktail Lavender Honey Mixer
1/2 oz St. Germain Elderflower liqueur
1 oz Club Soda
Shake over ice. Pour into Glass. Garnish with lavender sprig.


Smoke & Fire

1 oz Red Soles California Hooch
1/2 oz Red Soles Limoncello
1/2 oz Mezcal
1/2 oz Yes Blood Orange Chili Mixer
Shake over ice. Pour into Glass. Garnish with blood orange


Old Grizzly

1 oz Red Soles California Hooch
1/2 oz Yes Cocktail Orange Spice Mixer
1/4 oz Yes Cocktail Cold Brew Syrup
Shake over ice. Pour into glass. Garnish with orange slice.


Very Berry Cocktail

1 oz Red Soles California Hooch
1/2 oz Yes Cocktail Cranberry Spice Mixer
1/2 oz  Triple Sec
Sprig of Rosemary (in shaker)
Shake over ice. Pour into Glass. Garnish with rosemary sprig.

The Bead Catcher

2 oz Red Soles California Hooch
1/2 oz Yes Cocktail Blackberry Pomegranate Mixer
1 oz  Triple Sec
Shake over ice. Pour into Glass. Top with a splash of club soda. Garnish with a blackberry.

The Blarney Stone

1 1/2 oz Red Soles California Hooch
1 1/2 oz Irish Creme
3/4 oz Yes Cocktail Cold Brew Syrup A few dashes of chocolate bitters
Shake over ice. Pour into Glass. Optional: Top with a splash of cream.

Red Soles Old Fashioned

2 1/2 oz Red Soles California or Cinnamon Hooch
1/2 oz Yes Cocktail Cold Brew Syrup
A few dashes of any flavor bitters
Shake over ice. Pour into Glass. Garnish with orange curl & cinnamon stick.


Ginger Cooler

1 1/2 oz Red Soles California or Cinnamon Hooch
1 1/2 oz Yes Cocktail Ginger Citrus or Gingersnap Mixer
Shake over ice. Pour into Glass. Garnish with lime.

Big Bear Avalanche

3 oz Red Soles Cinnamon Hooch
7 oz Lemon Lime Soda
2 oz Grenadine syrup
Mix all ingredients in a cocktail shaker half-filled with ice cubes. Shake well, strain into a highball glass, and serve!

El Duderino

2.5 oz Red Soles Cinnamon Hooch
5 oz Horchata
l oz Kalua
Pour onto ice into a highball glass, stir and enjoy!


California Driver

2 oz Red Soles Cinnamon Hooch
6 oz Orange juice
Pour into tall glass with ice, stir and enjoy!

Gold Miner

1.5 oz Red Soles California Hooch
1 oz Red Soles Cinnamon Hooch
4 oz Sarsparilla (root beer)
Pour into a tall glass with ice, stir and enjoy!

49er Treasure

3/4 oz Red Soles Cinnamon Hooch
3/4 oz Spiced Rum
Pour into shooter and kick back!

Oski’s Cinnamon Blast

1 oz Red Soles Cinnamon Hooch
1.5 oz Vanilla Vodka
1 oz Amaretto
Dash of orange bitters/orange slice
Pour into a cocktail shaker filled with ice and shake. Strain off into a martini glass, garnish with orange slice and enjoy

California Kiss

3 oz Champagne/Prosecco
1 oz Red Soles Limoncello
1 oz Cassis
Pour in chilled Champagne glass

Golden Gate

1 oz Lemonade
3 Mint sprigs (fresh/muddled)
1/2 oz Key lime juice
2 oz Club soda
2 oz Red Soles Limoncello
Mix 8 Shake pour over crushed ice

Hare of the Dog

2 oz Red Soles Limoncello
1 oz Red Soles California Hooch
1 oz Carrot juice
Ginger beer to top
Garnish with mint sprig and slice of lemon

Caltini

l oz Red Soles Limoncello
l oz Vodka
2 oz Dry Vermouth
Shake with ice then strain into martini glass. Garnish with green olive and lemon twist

Central Coast Vesper

1 oz Red Soles Limoncello
1 oz Red Soles California Hooch
Shake with ice and serve straight up with a lemon twist

Wine Country Punch

2 oz Red Soles Zinfandel
3 oz Orange Juice
1 oz Red Soles Limoncello (or MORE)
2 oz Lemon/Lime Soda
Mix and pour over ice

Absinthe

Absinthe is historically described as a distilled, highly alcoholic spirit. lt is an anise flavored spirit derived from botanicals including the "Holy Trinity" of wormwood, green anise, fennel and other medicinal and culinary herbs. Absinthe traditionally has a natural green color but may also be colorless. Because of its green color it is commonly referred to in historical literature as "la fe'e verte" (the green fairy).While Absinthe originated in the canton of Neuchatel in Switzerland in the late 18 th century tt rose to great popularity among Parisian artists and writers in the late 19th and early 20th century France.

Those known to enjoy the consumption of absinthe were Ernest Hemingway, James Joyce, Pablo Picasso and Vincent van Gogh just to name a few

The Red Soles Stillhouse Absinthe was developed by Cody Phillips (our still master by night, attorney by day) using a modified 18 th century recipe from Switzerland. It was Cody's passion and vision that brought this wonderful spirit to life! Following are just a few drinks you can try with Absinthe.

Death by Sunset

1 1/2 oz Absinthe
Champagne
Top with a splash of hibiscus syrup

Tiki Fairy

1/2 oz Red Soles Absinthe
1 oz California Hooch
2 oz pineapple juice
1-2 oz cream of coconut
Juice from half a lime
Mix all the above in either a shaken or blend with a handful of ice

Templeton Derby

1/2 oz Red Soles Absinthe
1 oz Bourbon
Combine the above in a shaker. Add sprigs of mint leaves and superfine sugar. Muddle then add a splash of tonic! (optional)

Moscow Fairy

1 oz Red Soles Absinthe
Ginger beer
Lime
Combine all ingredients in a tall glass with ice.

Green Bear Mojito

1 oz Red Soles Absinthe
Muddled mint leaves with superfine sugar. Serve on the rocks with a splash of limeade and tonic

Dragon Flower

3/4 oz Red Soles Absinthe
3/4 oz dry vermouth
3/4 oz Benedictine liquor
Dash of mint bitters
Combine all of the above with ice and shake vigorously in a shaker. Serve chilled over large ice cube with a mint sprig garnish.

Doc’s Tonic

1 oz Red Soles Absinthe
Tonic Water
Ice
Rosemary sprig garnish

Dragon Reviver

3/4 oz Gin
3/4 oz Cointreau (or Triple Sec)
3/4 oz Lillet Blanc
1/4 oz Red Soles Absinthe
1 3/4 oz fresh lemon juice
Mix all the above in a glass over ice and top with tonic to taste

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