Gin Molley

(Old Orchard Creek Blueberry Cider)

1 oz. Hendrick's Gin

1 oz. St. Germain Elderflower Liqueur

1 tsp of Lemon Juice

Molley Chomper Old Orchard Creek Blueberry Cider

Simple syrup (as needed)

Lemon peel

Shake the gin, liqueur and lemon juice with ice; strain into a champagne flute or coupe glass and top the glass with the blueberry cider.  Garnish with lemon peel (flame the lemon peel over the drink if you want to get fancy -- it is a nice addition).  Try it once first, but you may decide to sweeten the drink by shaking the gin, liqueur and lemon juice with additional simple syrup to taste.  

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summer slushy

(Old Orchard Creek Blueberry Cider)

2 oz. good Bourbon Whiskey

1 lemon, juiced (about 2 tablespoons)

1 peach, pitted

Molley Chomper Old Orchard Creek Blueberry Cider

Ice

1 very thin lemon slice

Combine 1.5 oz of the Bourbon (reserve 1/2 oz), lemon juice and peach in a blender with a handful or two of ice.  Blend until it is slushy (we like a melted slush consistency vs. a finely pureed frozen drink consistency -- this way you can sip it and enjoy the aromas vs. having to use a straw).  Pour the liquor slush into a rocks glass and top off with blueberry cider and reserved .5 ounce of bourbon (in that order).  Garnish with lemon slice.  Everyone's preference for sweetness differs, so feel free to adjust with simple syrup or lemon juice, either way.  

NOTE:  Your ice is likely different (shape, size) than our ice, so you will need to do some trial an error with ice quantities to get this right; the drink should be slushy and a little boozy (more like an Old Fashioned than a sour), in our opinion.  

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