This winter, we’ve partnered up with Noble Estates to bring the at-home bartender delicious and easy-to-make cocktail recipes to cozy up with in quarantine. In this series, STYLE’s Digital Editor, Anastasia Barbuzzi, and her loving partner, Mike (a.k.a: @mjdeezy), will show you how to whip up a few classic drinks with a twist, all using ingredients you already have in your liquor cabinet or fridge at home. Find the recipes and tutorials below.
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Holiday Cocktail Recipes
Remember those orange bitters from our Harvest cocktail roundup? You’ll use them in a maple-flavoured classic, an Old Fashioned, with purely Canadian ingredients. Then, just in time for the countdown to the New Year or brunch with some girlfriends, you’ll try a tasty French 75 using a little bubbly and delicious, sugar kelp infused gin.
Treat your dinner guests (or yourself) to our Classic French 75 as an aperitif (a drink taken before a meal to stimulate the appetite) and our Canadian Maple Old Fashioned as a digestif (for after Christmas dinner).
Classic French 75:
- 1 1/2 oz Isle of Harris Gin
- 3/4 oz lemon juice
- 1/2 oz simple syrup
- Bottega Gold Champagne (to top off each glass)
Serve your French 75 in a Riedel champagne glass. Get two for $74.90 from Noble Estates.
Canadian Maple Old Fashioned:
- 1 tsp raw maple syrup
- 3 dashes orange bitters (We love Dillon’s!)
- 2 ounces Howitzer Canadian Whiskey ($3 off at Noble Estates and the LCBO from Jan. 3 to Jan 30!)
- Orange twist (for serving)
- Luxardo Maraschino Cherry (for serving)
Serve your Old Fashioned in a Riedel whiskey glass. Get two + a pitcher for $199.90 from Noble Estates.
Have you tried making any of the cocktails in our new DRINK series with Noble Estates? Let us know which recipe you enjoyed most in the comments below.
Last modified: December 3, 2020