Watermelon on the Vine

Watermelon on the Vine

This recipe calls for an ounce of Watermelon pucker per drink, just enough to give your cocktail that classic watermelon flavor, one you’ll recognize immediately. Mixed with crisp neutral Twenty 2 Vodka and some sweet grape juice makes for an especially flavorful and balanced cocktail experience. Give the mix a nice hard shake to get it extra cold, and garnish with a slice of fresh watermelon to nibble on between sips. Recipe: In a shaker filled with ice, combine: 1.5 oz Twenty 2 Vodka 1 oz Watermelon Pucker 3 oz Grape Juice Shake hard to mix Strain into a rocks glass over fresh ice Garnish with a slice of juicy...
Substitution Punch

Substitution Punch

We choose a punch recipe this week because punches are perfect for entertaining a group of friends and family. Follow the first prep steps to make a non-alcoholic punch that can be enjoyed by everyone. For the grown-ups, 1 oz of Twenty 2 Vodka per ladle, makes for a quick and easy cocktail. Veteran hosts, you might notice this is simply a recipe for sherbet punch. But have you ever googled “Sherbet Punch Recipe”?? There are 10,000+ results with 10,000+ different versions of the same recipe, you could get lost in the results. So, instead of trying to say ‘this’ or ‘that’ is The Official Sherbet Punch recipe, we figured it would be better if we just left it up to you. The ingredients listed in our version make a fabulously sweet and tasty punch. Use our recipe as a guide, and substitute in your favorite flavors to make your version yours. But, may we suggest that you stick with the true micro distilled vodka? 😉 Recipe Text: Prep: In a nice, big bowl, combine: 2 L Ginger Ale 32 oz Cranberry Juice (1/2 a standard bottle) 12 oz Frozen Grape Juice Concentrate 48 oz Rainbow Sherbert (frozen) Time to serve: In your cup of choice, combine: 1 oz of Twenty 2 Vodka 1 ladle (about 4 to 5 oz) of...
Island Hopper

Island Hopper

This cocktail began as an alternative beverage one afternoon when I ran out of diet coke in the house. <gasp> Rummaging through the fridge, I knew I wanted something fizzy, so I began to mix things Ihad available. The taste of pineapple and ginger ale just plain work well together. Throw in some true micro distilled vodka and you have an instant cocktail with potential to become an instant classic. In doing some research, the first ginger-ales were created in Ireland in 1851, and pineapples make us think of Hawaii, so we named this concoction the “Island Hopper.” If you’re in the mood for extra fizz, or a bigger dose of sweet pineapple, adjust the ratios how you please to make it yours. Recipe: In a pint glass filled with ice, combine: 2 oz Twenty 2 vodka 3 oz Pineapple Juice Stir to mix Top off with Ginger Ale (about 3 oz) Garnish with skewer of crystallized...
Maine Summer Solstice

Maine Summer Solstice

Orange juice, pineapple juice, triple sec and True Micro Distilled Vodka make for a citrusy refreshing drink to toast the end of summer. It’s been a while since we’ve called for a shaken cocktail. The extra agitation opens up the fruit flavors and makes for an almost frothy experience right after the pour. Garnish with a cherry (or 2 or 3) at the bottom for a sweet finish. Recipe: In a shaker tin filled with ice, combine: 1.5 oz Twenty 2 Vodka 1 oz Triple Sec 2 oz Orange Juice 2 oz Pineapple Juice Shake hard to mix and chill all the ingredients Strain into a pint glass filled with fresh ice Garnish with a maraschino cherry Orange juice, pineapple juice, triple sec and True Micro Distilled Vodka make for a citrusy refreshing drink to toast the arrival of summer. It’s been a while since we’ve called for a shaken cocktail, the extra agitation opens up the fruit flavors and makes for an almost frothy experience right after the pour. Garnish with a cherry (or 2 or 3) at the bottom for a sweet...
Tinted Window (and the VIP)

Tinted Window (and the VIP)

This is one of those recipes where we came up with the name first, then built a cocktail that would do the name justice. Mixing the liquid ingredients first, then adding crushed ice (the more like snow the better) creates a cool glass-like gradient for some visual appeal. This is the first 2-part cocktail we’ve posted…first make the Tinted Window, then pour the VIP. The order you enjoy each is up to you. Recipe: In an empty rocks glass, combine: 1 oz Twenty 2 Vodka 1 oz Chambord (Black Raspberry Liqueur) 3 oz Cranberry-Grape Juice Stir to mix ingredients Fill glass to top with crushed ice Garnish with 1.5 oz pour of Twenty 2 Vodka in a shot glass on the side ( The VIP, of...