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It's Time for Batch Cocktails!

It's Time for Batch Cocktails!

As many states begin reviewing and temporarily suspending the rules surrounding the definition of “original packaging” on liquor sales, it’s a great time to incorporate and promote drinks to complement your curbside & delivery orders.  Below are some fun batch drink ideas to get you started.  Follow this link to more information on the updated rules in Missouri -

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Red Stag Lemonade - Serves 4
6 oz cherry bourbon whiskey
2 oz strawberry liqueur
16 ounces ​​lemonade – #168121
8 ounces lemon-lime​ soda (or club soda) – #082974
Garnish: lemon slice – SGC# 192676
Build the ingredients in order in a 44 oz to go cup. Stir well. Send home with four 10-12 oz cups, ice, and lemon garnish

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Ginger Iced Tea - Serves 4
4 oz Canadian Whiskey
4 oz Peach Schnapps
16 oz Iced Tea – #137429
Garnish: Lemon Wedge – #192676
Add ice and all ingredients to 44 oz to go cup. Stir briefly to incorporate. Send home with four 10-12 oz cups & lemon garnish

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Bloody Mary - Serves 4
6 oz vodka
12 oz tomato juice – #083140
2 oz lemon juice – #082214
1 dash Worcestershire sauce – #125260
Pinch celery salt – #169805
Pinch ground pepper – #169540
Hot sauce (to taste) – #125617
Optional: horseradish (to taste) – #124516
Garnish: celery stalk and/or pickle spear – #192290 & #126457
Garnish: Lemon Wedge – #192676
Build all liquid ingredients in a 44 oz to go cup over ice. Stir well. Add and adjust the seasonings to taste. Send home with four 16 oz cups & celery, pickle & lemon garnish (extra hot sauce)

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Sangria - Large Batch
1 orange (sliced)
2 lemons (sliced) #192676
1/2 cup sugar (adjust the amount up or down depending on preferred level of sweetness)
2 (750 ml) bottles red wine (Spanish Tempranillo is a good choice)
2 oz triple sec
1/2 cup brandy
2 (12-ounce) cans of lemon-lime soda (for a low-calorie and low-sugar version, substitute soda water)
2 trays of ice (or enough to fill punch bowl)

Directions: Slice the orange and lemons about 1/8-inch thick and place them in a large punch bowl. Add 1/2 cup of sugar (or less if you prefer) and let the fruit sit in the sugar for about 10 minutes, just long enough so that the fruit releases its natural juices. Add the wine and mix thoroughly to dissolve the sugar. Add the triple sec and the brandy and stir. Add the 2 cans of soda and stir (if you are making this ahead of time, don’t add the soda until your guests are about to arrive). Taste for sweetness. If desired, add more sugar or soda. Make sure that the sugar is completely dissolved. Add lots of ice to the punch bowl to chill completely. If you are serving in pitchers, fill with ice and then pour the sangria over the ice. Send home in 44 oz to go cup with four 10-12 oz cups