We’re getting festive! You can expect lots of holiday favorites in our Winter Cocktail Menu. We’ve incorporated some of our favorite seasonal flavors when constructing these delicious cocktails. Check it out:
It’s Florida! So it’s only natural that we would feature some fun, tropical drinks on our cocktail menu, even in the “colder” months. We’ve kept things pretty simple in this daiquiri, with the exception of the addition of “Rapadura” of also known as Panela. Panela is a fantastic Latin and Central American Brown Sugar with a little spice and a lot of depth that we’ve turned into a simple syrup for use in a new daiquiri recipe with parts of both Siesta Key White and Siesta Key Spiced Rum as well as hints of dram and lime.
Many people who have frequented Brix Project and perused our craft cocktail menu, know that we love us some mezcal! This cocktail harnesses the awesome smokey flavors of Ilegal Joven Mezcal with Ancho Chili Liqueur, this fire fusion is mixed with pomegranate juice and a teeming Rosemary Simple Syrup for a fighting cocktail that comes topped with a smoked rosemary sprig for those who enjoy the dark-side of the Cantina.
We’re changing things up with this mule – holiday edition! This is a Kentucky Mule hybrid with Peach and Pear Juice and warming Old Forester. Finished with Ginger Beer, it¹s a mule for the season that blends sugar, spice, and everything nice.
The secret is OUT: Rye is IN. Rittenhouse Rye’s second entry on the menu comes in the form of this modified creation from one of our servers at Brix Project, Kayla Ward. It features flavors of lemon, mint, honey, and, for the first time, we¹ll be utilizing the Amarena Cherry Syrup to create the perfect blend of warming winter flavors in a small coupe.
BLIZZARD OF OZ
Of all our new cocktails, few seem to embrace the spirit of the season quite like this one. The Blizzard of Oz is great for its simplicity of flavors, with Tyler¹s London Dry Gin blending with St. Germain Elderflower Liqueur, Mint, and White Cranberry.
And this featured cocktail, which you may have seen as our last Cocktail of the Week for November will live on for the Winter! The Snowbird Margarita is a wonderful blend of Mezcal and Tequila that sees a sheet of white caked across the top the glass with egg white, lime, and agave flavors.