Eat. Drink. Be Merry. We couldn’t agree more!
Which is why one of our favorite products is Owl’s Brew, a tea crafted for cocktails. What better time to serve spirits than at your holiday gatherings!?
Meet Owl’s Brew
Founded by two women, Jennie Ripps and Maria Littlefield, Owl’s Brew provides the at-home-entertainer the ability to effortlessly craft impressive cocktails!
Jennie and Maria were in search of a lighter, fresher, funner (yes, we said funner!) drink than their go-to vodka cranberry.
Most cocktails had too much sugar or lacked hydration.
The first brew was simple. Jennie and Maria switched out cranberry juice for cranberry tisane and soon Owl’s Brew became known as the tea crafted for cocktails.
Owl’s Brew is intended to be paired with a variety of spirits from vodka, tequila, rum, whiskey, gin or champagne! It can be served on the rocks or shaken…you pick!
So, what can you do with Owl’s Brew?
2 parts Pink and Black
1 part Vodka
2 dashes Cranberry Bitters
Combine all ingredients into a shaker with ice and shake. Pour into a coupe and garnish with rosemary sprig.
1 part Salted Caramel Toddy
1 part Champagne
Pour equal parts of Salted Caramel Toddy and Champagne (chilled). Rim glass with half sugar and half salt (if desired).
2 parts Salted Caramel Toddy
1 part Whiskey
Heat the Owl’s Brew and whiskey in a saucepan or in microwave until desired temperature is reached. Serve in a heat safe mug. Garnish with apple slice and cinnamon stick.
2 parts Egg Nog
2 parts Coco-Lada
1 part Bourbon
In a saucepan combine all ingredients. Heat until desired temperature (do not boil). Pour into mug. Garnish with a cinnamon stick.
SPICED OWL PUNCH
1 32 oz. bottle Coco-Lada
8 oz. Virgil Kaine Ginger infused Bourbon
8 oz. Anejo Rum
10 Dashes Peychard’s Bitters
10 Dashes Scrappy’s Cardamom Bitters
8 oz. Lime Juice
8 oz. Seltzer
Combine Coco-Lada, Bourbon, Rum bitters and juice from four limes in a large punch bowl over a block of ice. Stir and top with seltzer. Garnish with Cardamom/pineapple wheels.
To learn more about Owl’s Brew and for additional recipes visit: http://www.theowlsbrew.com/