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Farm-to-glass cocktails with Alcomy Mobile Mixology

In the mood for a cocktail?

Brett Butler Owner/Operator Alcomy Mobile Mixology, specializes in ‘farm-to-glass’ cocktails using local ingredients as often as possible. And on today’s Indy Style, he shares the flavors… and the fun!

“Clover Club”

2 oz.  Gin

1 oz.  raspberry hibiscus honey syrup

3/4 oz.  lemon juice

1   egg white

2  sprigs fresh rosemary

3 dashes rose water

Add all ingredients to mixing tin, dry shake to emulsify, add ice, wet shake to thoroughly mix and chill ingredients, and strain into coupe glass.  Garnish with lemon twist and fresh raspberries.

“Smoked Maple Old Fashioned”

3  oz.  Bourbon

.75 oz.  Vanilla Cinnamon Maple syrup

2  dashes Angostura bitters

2  dashes orange bitters

Cherry wood chips

Dried herbs (rosemary or sage)

Add all ingredients to mixing glass with ice, stirring 20-25 rotations.  Set aside.  On a cedar plank or any wood surface suitable for smoking, place dried herbs on a small pile of wood chips.  Smoke them with a culinary butane torch until smoke appears.  Place glass over smoking embers for a few seconds, then strain the drink into the glass.  Add large square or sphere ice cube to drink, and garnish with an orange swath and Luxardo cherry.

Raspberry Hibiscus Honey Syrup:

1 cup pure cane sugar

1 cup clover honey

3 cups water

1 cup fresh raspberries

1 bar spoon or tablespoon hibiscus powder or culinary grade hibiscus flowers

1 orange peel

Bring sugar, honey and water to a boil, then simmer the rest of the ingredients for about 30-40 minutes.  Let cool, and strain into a bottle.  Will keep 1-2 weeks refrigerated.

Old Fashioned Mix:

1 cup pure cane sugar

1 cup maple syrup

3 cups water

2 bar spoons or tablespoons pure vanilla extract

5-6 cinnamon sticks

5-6 star anise, whole or broken

1 orange peel

Bring sugar, syrup and water to a boil, then simmer the rest of the ingredients for about 30-40 minutes.  Let cool, and strain into a bottle.  Will keep 1-2 weeks refrigerated.

“Lavender Lemonade”:

1  oz.  Blueberry Lavender Sage syrup

2-3 fresh lemon wedges

2-3 sprigs fresh mint

Elderflower seltzer (or regular will suffice)

Combine mint, lemon and blueberry lavender sage syrup in a mixing tin.  Muddle all ingredients, add ice and give it a quick shake.  Strain contents over ice and top with elderflower seltzer.  Garnish with fresh blueberries and lemon swath sword and fresh mint.


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thealcomyexperience.com

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Both raspberry and old fashioned mixes, along with other flavored elixirs, can be purchased on:  https://marketwagon.com/vendors?id=1563

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