• Beth Winkle

Signature Cocktail! What to choose?

Updated: Feb 21

By: Henry Winkle

Having a hard time Picking our your Signature Cocktail? Look no further. Here are a couple of easy options that look great, and can be made in bulk.

Little Red Corvette

2 oz of Gin


Splash of Cranberry Juice

Slapped Thyme three times (trust me!)

Garnish with thyme

Looking for that perfect cocktail that is not too sweet, and easy to drink? This little red Corvette is the way to go. In a short glass, pour your favorite gin over ice and top with tonic and a splash of cranberry juice (For color). Take a pinch of thyme and slap it between your hands a few times, and stir it into your drink. This helps release those essential oils for a better tasting cocktail. Garnish with a sprig of thyme.

Old Fashioned

2 oz of bourbon

½ oz of PROOF Syrup

How about a drink for the boys? Old fashions are a family favorite, though they can be intensive to make. Plus side, I have a hack to make this an easy drink for cocktail hour. Use Proof. It is the perfect craft cocktail with only two ingredients.

Empress and Tonic

2 oz of Empress Vodka


Ready for a simple drink that is designed to impress? This gin can give a beautiful ombre effect when you pour tonic on top. Pro tip: Garnish with lime.

White Russian

2 oz kalua

2 oz cream

1 oz Vodka

Like your drinks on the sweeter side? White Russian would be perfect for you! This dessert cocktail is a definite crowd pleaser. Pour your ingredients into a tall glass filled with ice, mix well. Looking for a lighter option Substitute the cream with milk, or your favorite dairy replacer. Pro Tip: Shave chocolate on top

Blueberry Mule

2 oz Vodka

1 oz of Blueberry Syrup

Dash of Lime Juice

Ginger Beer

Love Moscow Mules, but don't want to be too mainstream? The Blueberry Mule is a fun twist to this iconic drink.

Strawberry Key Lime Mojito

2 oz white rum

2 TBS of Brown Sugar (add more if needed)

2 Strawberries

1 Key-lime (quartered)

Muddle together


Mint (Slap don't muddle, You will thank me later!)

Club Soda

Ready to go on the wild side? Try this. It is a tasty that your guests can drink all night.

Pain Killer

4 oz pineapple juice

2 oz orange juice

2 oz Pussers Rum

2 oz Cream of coconut

Fresh Ground nutmeg

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