Cocktail Chronicles: Volume 3
Your weekly dose of weekly tips & tricks.
Something to think about: NA-bourbon in your cooking (Kentucky 74 anyone?). Gone are the days of settling for vanilla or almond extract as a sub when a dish/dessert recipe calls for bourbon. Kentucky 74 will deliver that sweet, oaky flavor you typically expect from a bourbon-inspired recipe. Go ahead and grab your Kentucky 74, pour yourself a drink, and bring out your inner Iron-Chef spirit and have fun in the kitchen!
Something to sip on
SPICED Pink Lemonade
- 1 bottle lemonade (24 oz.)
- 1 c. SPICED Kentucky
- 2 tbsp. Grenadine
- Lemons, sliced
Pour the lemonade, Kentucky 74 SPICED and 1 tbsp. grenadine into a large pitcher. Stir and taste, adding grenadine until you reach the desired color/flavor you'd like. Fill glasses with ice. Pour in pink lemonade, and garnish glasses with lemon.
Something we’re loving: Sweet-kick-meatballs a la Kentucky 74 SPICEDBourbon is a favorite ingredient in many popular desserts. But we’re shaking it up a bit by using Kentucky 74 SPICED in a familiar dish to give it a spicy-sweet, oaky kick. Here’s an inspiration to elevate everyone’s favorite meatballs. Click for the recipe. You’re welcome!