Golf Club Cocktails
Drink
Yields1 Serving
Old Fashioned
 2 oz Four Roses bourbon
 2 dashes Angostura bitters
 1 bar spoon demerara syrup
 orange peel and lemon peel, for garnish
Early Tea Time
 2 oz Earl Grey-infused vodka
 2 oz lemon juice, freshly squeezed
 0.75 oz Cointreau
 0.75 oz simple syrup
Earl Grey Infused Vodka
 2 Earl Grey tea bags
 6 oz vodka of your choice
Old Fashioned
1

To a rocks glass, add 2 dashes of angostura bitters.

2

Add a full bar spoon (1 teaspoon) of demerara syrup.

3

Next, add 2 oz of your bourbon or rye whiskey of choice.

4

Carefully drop in your ice cube or sphere, and stir for 10-15 seconds, depending on dilution preference. Take an orange peel and a lemon peel, express the oils over the cocktail by squeezing in a slight folding motion of the peels. Then place the peels in the cocktail next to the cube.

5

Tip: The Old Fashioned dilutes as you sip. The stirring helps chill the cocktail.

Early Tea Time
6

To a metal shaker, add vodka, lemon juice, Cointreau, and simple syrup.

7

Fill shaker with ice, add top, and shake for 15-20 seconds.

8

Using a Hawthorne strainer, pour from the shaker through a fine mesh strainer (to avoid ice chips) into a coupe glass.

9

Express a lemon peel over cocktail and enjoy.

Earl Infused Vodka
10

Add tea bags to 6 oz of vodka.

11

Cover at room temperature and let sit
for 2-4 hours.

12

Taste every 30 min after the two-hour mark to achieve the taste desired. Store in refrigerator up to 3 months.

13

Tip: Use tea bags (rather than loose leaf tea) for easy clean up and to avoid residue left in vodka.

Ingredients

Old Fashioned
 2 oz Four Roses bourbon
 2 dashes Angostura bitters
 1 bar spoon demerara syrup
 orange peel and lemon peel, for garnish
Early Tea Time
 2 oz Earl Grey-infused vodka
 2 oz lemon juice, freshly squeezed
 0.75 oz Cointreau
 0.75 oz simple syrup
Earl Grey Infused Vodka
 2 Earl Grey tea bags
 6 oz vodka of your choice

Directions

Old Fashioned
1

To a rocks glass, add 2 dashes of angostura bitters.

2

Add a full bar spoon (1 teaspoon) of demerara syrup.

3

Next, add 2 oz of your bourbon or rye whiskey of choice.

4

Carefully drop in your ice cube or sphere, and stir for 10-15 seconds, depending on dilution preference. Take an orange peel and a lemon peel, express the oils over the cocktail by squeezing in a slight folding motion of the peels. Then place the peels in the cocktail next to the cube.

5

Tip: The Old Fashioned dilutes as you sip. The stirring helps chill the cocktail.

Early Tea Time
6

To a metal shaker, add vodka, lemon juice, Cointreau, and simple syrup.

7

Fill shaker with ice, add top, and shake for 15-20 seconds.

8

Using a Hawthorne strainer, pour from the shaker through a fine mesh strainer (to avoid ice chips) into a coupe glass.

9

Express a lemon peel over cocktail and enjoy.

Earl Infused Vodka
10

Add tea bags to 6 oz of vodka.

11

Cover at room temperature and let sit
for 2-4 hours.

12

Taste every 30 min after the two-hour mark to achieve the taste desired. Store in refrigerator up to 3 months.

13

Tip: Use tea bags (rather than loose leaf tea) for easy clean up and to avoid residue left in vodka.

Golf Club Cocktails

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