The Manhattan is a classic whiskey cocktail. We sweeten ours with Krupnik instead of vermouth then add two bitters and a special garnish. The aroma of this cocktail as you sip is sublime.
2 oz. Bourbon (hard core traditionalists say RYE whiskey)
1 oz JVR Spirits Krupnik
1 dash Angostura bitters
1 dash Fee Brother’s Lemon bitters
Wedge of lemon peel
Stir the spirits in a shaker filled with ice. Strain into a chilled martini glass. Squeeze a lemon peel over the glass and light the lemon oil as it drops into the glass. Garnish with the peel.
Whether you prefer to enjoy winter by getting outside or staying inside, we’ve got you covered. Warm yourself with a hot mug inside by the fire or fill your thermos for the slopes, the trail, the game, or ???
We love the way Krupnik goes with whiskey, which led to our Hot Apple Toddy. Give it a try!
When you need something light and refreshing for summer and you have Krupnik in your liquor cabinet, this baby fits the bill. Featuring fresh ginger muddled with mint and a bit of fizz, you are on your way to enjoying a new classic.
If you’re cold, or if you have a cold, a hot drink is gold. This oh-so-simple recipe delivers all sorts of complex goodness guaranteed to help you feel warm.
1 oz. JVR Spirits Krupnik
5 oz. Hot (190F) water
2 tsp RAFT Lemon Ginger Syrup
Stir together all ingredients in a coffee or tea mug.
More about RAFT Syrups, click here.
As warmer weather approaches, many have asked how they can enjoy Krupnik in a refreshing cocktail. May we suggest the Spicy Bee? This recipe comes to us courtesy of Miles Schoening at Fat Milo’s Cafe in Sherwoood.
The first member of the Krupniktini family, this recipe comes from Tom Burkleaux, owner, founder, spirit yoda, and lover of pretty much anything that contains rum. Thank you Tom!
A new twist on a classic Manhattan, this cocktail is the brainchild of Matt Stiles at 3 Doors Down Cafe in Portland.
Sometimes you need a warm drink—whether you’re coming in from the ski slopes, celebrating a successful shopping trip, or just enjoying your favorite book by the fire.
The WMD is like a White Russian. With a flavor bomb lurking inside.
For years, this was the only way I knew to drink Krupnik. Pour some in a cordial glass. Drink it. The aroma and complex flavor of honey, spices, and alcohol is easy to appreciate.
Just as many enjoy whiskey with a bit of water or ice, er, solid phase DHMO, the same goes with Krupnik.