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Our Favorite Ways To Use Our Liqueurs



You can add a splash to something you already have.  Splash some in soda water for a lightly boozy beverage.  Add to a bubbly white wine to add flair and flavor.  Add some to your morning coffee to give it a kick.  Add it to a cocktail to add variation for example:


1.5 oz Flag Hill Rye Whiskey

0.5 oz Lemon Juice

Top with Ginger Ale


Why not throw in a splash of liqueur?  A little will add a lot!  Start with a splash.  You can always add more, you can't add less.


Use our liqueurs in place of simple syrups in a known cocktail.  A great example of this is the French Kiss, a variation on the French 75.  Instead of using simple syrup, we use our Raspberry liqueur which adds a beautiful fruity quality to the glass, as well as a lovely and romantic red color.


1 oz Gin (we use our Karner Blue Gin)

1 oz Raspberry Liqueur

0.75 oz Lemon Juice

Shake and strain in a glass.

Top with bubbly white wine (we like to

use our Bubbly Cayuga White).

You can also substitute our Cranberry Liqueur and Blueberry Liqueur.  Or you can get crazy and use Sugar Maple liqueur and swap the Gin for Spiced Rum.  Substitution is a creative way to explore and create your own combinations.

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Drizzle any of the liqueurs over ice cream and you have an elegant, yet easy, dessert for your dinner party.


The booze will evaporate when cooked, but that just leaves behind the bold flavor and sweetness of the liqueur.  One favorite of ours is the...


Sugar Maple Liqueur Glaze on Roasted Carrots:


- 1 pound carrots

- 2 tablespoons olive oil

- Salt and pepper to taste

- 1/4 cup sugar maple liqueur

- 2 tablespoons butter

- 2 tablespoons maple syrup

- 1 tablespoon Dijon mustard

- Fresh parsley for garnish

1. Preheat your oven to 400°F (200°C) and line a baking sheet with parchment paper.


2. In a bowl, toss the peeled and trimmed carrots with olive oil, salt, and pepper until they are well coated.


3. Spread the carrots out in a single layer on the prepared baking sheet. Roast them in the preheated oven for about 20-25 minutes, or until they are tender and lightly browned, tossing them once or twice during cooking for even browning.


4. While the carrots are roasting, prepare the glaze. In a small saucepan, combine the sugar maple liqueur, butter, maple syrup, and Dijon mustard. Heat the mixture over medium heat, stirring occasionally, until the butter is melted and the ingredients are well combined.


5. Remove the roasted carrots from the oven and drizzle the maple liqueur glaze over them, tossing gently to coat the carrots evenly.


6. Return the glazed carrots to the oven for another 5 minutes, or until the glaze has thickened slightly and caramelized.


7. Transfer the roasted carrots to a serving dish, garnish with chopped fresh parsley if desired, and serve hot.


If you can imagine whatever you are eating or drinking could taste great with a bit more sweetness, a touch of alcohol and whichever flavor of liqueur you're considering, why not give it a try!?

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