Aquavit Old Fashioned
The perfect reward for chopping a cord or two of wood. Savory, sweet and best enjoyed watching a crackling fire in silent satisfaction.
- 2 oz. Tattersall Aquavit
- ½ oz. Pure Maple Syrup
- 5 dashes Peychaud’s Bitters
Combine in a pint glass, add ice, stir with a pine bough (yup, a real one!) until chilled, pour and serve.
Birch Bark Mulled Wine
This fresh take on the winter warmer makes your place smell like the north woods and tastes even better.
CROCK-POT (serves 15-20)
- 4 bottles Red Wine (any type)
- 1 bottle Tattersall Amaro
- 1 piece Birch Bark (about 4” tall, 6” wide)
- 3 tbsp. Cloves
- 2 Oranges (sliced into wheels)
Combine in a Crock-Pot® and place on medium
heat. When the liquid is warm to the touch, remove the birch bark, ladle into cutesy mugs and serve.
Amaro Swiss Miss
Fancy up your next sledding after-party. Amaro takes the Swiss Miss to a whole new dimension of deliciousness for a surprisingly complex winter warmer.
- 1 packet Swiss Miss Hot Chocolate
- 1 oz. Tattersall Amaro
- 6 oz. Hot Water
Combine in a mug or thermos and stir. If you really want to wow your sledding crew, you can use regular hot chocolate and marshmallows.
Frostbite Gin Martini
The coldest martini you’ll ever drink. This smooth sipper goes down cold and warms you up from the inside out. Pull this one out when you’re set to impress your best ice fishing buddies.
- 3 oz. Tattersall Barreled Gin
- ¾ oz. Tattersall Americano
- 3 dashes Orange Bitters
Combine ingredients in a pint glass, fill with ice, stick it in the snow and wait 20 minutes. No shaking or stirring.
Jelly Tea Toddy
Pairs well with snowy sauna sessions. Aquavit and jelly give a savory-sweet kick to any of your favorite types of tea. Tastes best after a post-sauna dip in a frozen lake.
- 1 oz. Tattersall Aquavit
- 6 oz. Chamomile Tea
- 1 tbsp. Apple Jelly
Combine ingredients in your favorite mug, stir and serve piping hot.