Tis the Season For Cocktails

There’s no denying that we LOVE Red Spirits & Wine, and to commemorate that love we asked master of cocktails Adam Binder to help us ring in the new season with appropriately spiced cocktails. The signature drinks he came up with are the perfect addition to your reception, or cocktail hour! They are not only fun, but showcase the approaching fall season. Cheers ladies! Did we mention these spirits can all be bought in one place…Red Spirits & Wine!


Captures the changing season with intense aromatics that remind you its time to think about winter foods with dried herbs and evergreens.


Rinse Your Chilled Cocktail Glass with Clear Creek Eau de Vie of Douglas Fir. Rinsing a glass is simply coating the glass in a small amount of a liquid by swirling a small amount until it covers the inside of the glass.

Add Ice to a shaker and vigorously shake with these ingredients:

2 oz Uncle Val’s Botanical Gin
.25 oz Luxardo Maraschino Liqueur
.75 oz Fresh Lime Juice
.50 oz Simple Syrup

Strain your cocktail into your glass and garnish with a fresh cut rosemary sprig


This is a riff on the classic Manhattan using Tennessee Apple Pie Moonshine. The
perfect sip after dinner or on the porch while watching leaves fall to their resting


Fill a mixing glass with ice.

Add 1.5 oz of American Born Apple Pie Moonshine, 1.5 oz of Dolin Rouge Vermouth + 6
dashes of Angostura Bitters
Stir for 15 seconds.
Strain into a chilled cocktail glass and add a slice of apple for garnish, or strain into a rocks glass filled with ice and top with Apple Cider.

Easy drinking familiar flavors that capture the spirit of halloween and thanksgiving.


1.5 oz Cathead Pumpkin Vodka
.5 oz St. Elizabeth All Spice Dram
.25 oz Averna Amaro
.50 oz Fresh Lemon Juice
Egg White

Slowly shake all ingredients for 5 seconds in shaker. Add ice and vigorously shake
for 20 seconds. Slowly strain into a glass. Grate fresh nutmeg for garnish over
the top of the drink.




 A big thank you to Adam Binder and Kortni Wells from Red Spirits & Wine!

Recipes | Adam Binder






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