Whipped Me Up
Creamy and decadent yet light and reviving, this cocktail blends flavours of toffee, caramel, chocolate, coffee, and smooth whipped cream.
1 oz Pinnacle Vodka Whipped
1 oz Kahlua
1 oz espresso
1 oz Baileys
2 oz milk
Pour all ingredients into a snifter glass half filled with ice. Stir briefly and enjoy.
Prepare the espresso first and allow to cool. Add as the final ingredient — this will cause less ice to melt should it still be a little warm.
Kick out the winter chills and remind yourself of a warm breeze, sand between your toes and sunbeams on your face with this summery cocktail.
1 oz Sauza Gold tequila
1 oz Bols Crème de Cacao
4 oz milk or cream
Grated nutmeg to finish
Pour all the ingredients into a shaker tin half filled with ice. Shake vigorously and strain into a margarita glass. Grate a little nutmeg over top of the drink to finish.
When you are using a heavy ingredient such as milk or cream, it’s important to shake a few more times than normal to make sure everything is mixed together.
Feel free to substitute the milk or cream for almond milk or lactose-free milk.
Whether you are preparing a meal or mixing a drink, fresh ingredients always make a positive difference. The Canadian Daisy features real lemon and crisp raspberries, soft woody oak notes and some fizz: a beautiful blend of flavours using fresh ingredients and premium spirits.
1 oz. Canadian Club whisky
2 lemon wedges
3 raspberries, including one to garnish
1 tsp. sugar
Splash of Courvoisier VS cognac
Splash of Soda
In a glass, muddle lemon wedges, two raspberries, and sugar. Fill glass with ice and pour in whisky. Add soda to just below the rim and stir gently. Slowly drizzle Courvoisier VS around the top of the drink. Garnish with raspberry.
When using fresh ingredients, it’s important to taste them before using them in a drink. Eat a raspberry to taste how ripe it is. If the batch of fruit you have isn’t as vibrant in taste as the last, you may need to add more to give the drink the same flavour. Is the lemon juicy and bright yellow, or dry and old? The better your ingredients, the better the end result.