Rogue Spirits Cocktails For The Superbowl

We’re not about to let you go empty handed to your Superbowl party this weekend.

Thanks to our crack team of researchers, we found the perfect cocktail for you, whether you’re rooting for the Panthers or the Broncos. Scanning that vast trove of knowledge known as the internet, we found the most popular cocktails in North Carolina and Colorado. We present them now for your drinking pleasure.

Colorado – The Pisco Sour

How a rare South American brandy became the main ingredient in Colorado’s most popular cocktail is a mystery to us. But the internet says it’s true, who are we to question it?

As it turns out, the Pisco Sour is a close relative to the Whiskey Sour. Using our Oregon Single Malt Whiskey, we have a recipe for one of those.

Whiskey Sour

Combine all the ingredient in a cocktail shaker filled with cracked ice, shake, then strain and pour the mixture into a chilled cocktail glass. It’s that simple.

North Carolina – The White Russian

Our friends on the East Coast have more classic tastes, if you believe all things internet. This is another easy to make cocktail with our Oregon Single Malt Vodka.

White Russian

Fill an old-fashioned glass with ice, then add the Oregon Single Malt Vodka and coffee liqueur. With a spoon, ladle the cream on top to create that beautiful layered look that will make everyone at the party jealous. If that doesn’t work, stir it up and act like that’s what you meant to do all along.

Enjoy the game, and remember that if you’re mixing your drinks with Rogue Spirits, everyone’s a winner!Spirits Lineup Logo Nov 2015



Categories: Mixology

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