Thirsty Thursday Recipe of the week: Maple Whisky Classic

A Tomahawk twist on the classic whiskey cocktail is perfect for chilly January evenings by the fire.
    • 2 ounces Tomahawk Maple Whisky
    • 1 teaspoon pure maple syrup (optional)
    • Dash of Angostura bitters
    • Orange peel (for garnish)

Mix Tomahawk Maple Whisky and bitters an old-fashioned glass. Drizzle maple syrup along the rim of the glass, Add a single large ice cube, then garnish with orange peel.

YIELD: Makes 1
ACTIVE TIME: 5 minutes
TOTAL TIME: 5 minutes

Festive Kimerud New Year Pomegranate Cocktail Recipe

This is a festive drink to welcome in the new year!

  • 2 oz. pomegranate juice.
  • 2 oz. fresh orange juice.
  • 2 teaspoons honey.
  • 2 cups sparkling water.
  • 4 oz. KIMERUD Gin.
  • fresh thyme and orange slices for garnish.

If you’ew hosting a party, why not make this New Year pomegranate gin cocktail for a pitcher:

  • 1-1/4 cups pomegranate juice
  • 1-1/4 cups fresh orange juice
  • 10 teaspoons honey
  • 10 cups sparkling water
  • 2-1/2 cups of KIMERUD Gin
  • fresh thyme and orange slices for garnish

Kimerud Gin: one for your collection

We are happy to share that Lauren Mowery—award-winning writer, photographer, and blogger has selected the original Kimerud Gin as one of the 13 bottles of gin that are a must to try in her February 2018 article 13 Bottles of Gin to Collect From Around the World.

“5. Kimerud Gin

Where It’s From: TranbyNorway
What Makes It Special: Kimerud, Norse for “hillside,” comes from a rural farm distillery in the knolls near Lier. Looking at photos, it appears exactly as one would imagine a tiny Norwegian distillery in the middle of, well, nowhere to be. But that bucolic smog-free landscape provides clean growing conditions for many of the 22 botanicals used in master distiller Ståle Johnsen’s gin. Some botanicals sprout right on the farm; others, like Rhodiola Rosea, require the scaling of cliffs in the arctic north to procure. Which, like a Norse hero, Ståle does himself. After distillation, only pure mountain water is added.”    To read more of her article, click here.