Infusion Spotlight: Night Owl Five Ways

Infusion Spotlight: Night Owl Five Ways


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Even though it's still 80 degrees in Chicago, our hearts are soooooo ready for Fall. We’re begging for those crisp Autumn nights where you gather with friends around a fire and swap stories with a great cocktail in hand. When we say this might be our coziest invention yet—we’re not kidding. This autumnal infusion is so tasty and robust that you could happily sip it on the rocks. Prepare your palate for fruity oranges soaked in warm and herbaceous aromatic bitters, plus rich and velvety fresh espresso beans from our pals at Sputnik Coffee Company!

Our Revolver

2 oz Night Owl-infused bourbon
.5 oz coffee liqueur
2 dashes chocolate bitters
Torched orange peel for garnish

Add all ingredients into a stirring glass with ice and stir until chilled. Strain into a rocks glass over one big ice cube. Run a torch or lighter over the edges of an orange peel and drop it into the glass. Enjoy!

Late Night Old Fashioned

2 oz Night Owl-infused whiskey
Sugar cube
Orange peel
2 dashes Angostura bitters
Cherry

⁣Muddle sugar cube, orange peel and bitters at the bottom of a rocks glass. Add ice and top with whiskey; stir until chilled; garnish with a cherry and enjoy!

Night Cap

1 oz Night Owl-infused vodka
2 oz hot, freshly brewed espresso
1 scoop vanilla ice cream or gelato

Slowly pour the first 2 ingredients over a scoop of ice cream in a glass or mug. Garnish with coffee beans and enjoy every last drop!

Up All Night

1.5 oz Night Owl-infused gin
1 oz Campari
1 oz sweet vermouth
Orange slice 

Add first three ingredients into a rocks glass over ice and stir until chilled. Squeeze orange slice over the drink, add to glass and enjoy a new spin on one of our favorite cocktails of all time!

Espresso Martini with a Twist

2 oz Night Owl-infused tequila
.5 oz coffee liqueur
1 oz chilled espresso or cold brew concentrate
.5 oz simple syrup

Vigorously shake all ingredients over ice; strain into a martini glass and garnish with coffee beans. Cheers!




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