A ReJiggered interpretation of a pumpkin spice latte is a great cocktail to enjoy on a crisp fall day.
- Irish Whisky
- Pumpkin butter
- Whole egg
A variation on a traditional negroni dials back the Campari but adds another bitter note with the addition of bitters. Try a variety of different bitters to tailor this cocktail to your tastes.
- Sweet vermouth
Add 3 dashes of your favorite bitter to the ice before pouring in the rest of your ingredients. Shake, strain, and enjoy! Learn more about this cocktail.
The Paloma is a great alternative to a Margarita with grapefruit instead of lime juice. This recipe adds another twist with the addition of fresh blackberries.
- Reposado Tequila
- Grapefruit juice
- Muddled blackberries
Muddle 3 or 4 blackberries in a pint glass before adding ice and the rest of your ingredients. Shake, strain, and enjoy!
One of my favorite summer cocktails is the Gordon’s Cup, which is a variation on a Gimlet with muddled cucumbers. The cucumber adds a cooling freshness that really balances out the lime. Start by pouring out the ingredients for the Basic ReJiggered Gimlet.
- Simple syrup
- Lime juice
Cut up a cucumber into small chunks and add 5-6 chunks of cucumber to the pint glass. Muddle the cucumbers with a muddler or wooden spoon until they are pretty well smashed. Add your ice and Gimlet ingredients to the glass and give it all a good shake. Strain it into a chilled glass and enjoy!
A fun twist on a Gold Rush is perfect to serve at your next BBQ.
- Rosemary Honey Syrup
- Grilled Lemon Juice
Grilled lemon juice: Cut lemons in half, dip them in sugar and grill cut side down until caramelized. Juice the lemons when cool.
Rosemary honey syrup: Combine equal parts honey and water in a small saucepan with 2 sprigs of rosemary. Bring to a simmer and simmer for 10 minutes. Cool before use.
A hurricane of flavors combine for one refreshing cocktail.
- Lime juice
- Passion fruit and basil pomegranate syrup
- Lemon Juice
- Simple Syrup
- Lime Juice
- Muddled Strawberries
Muddle 2-3 ripe strawberries in a pint glass before adding ice along with the rest of your ingredients. Shake, strain, and enjoy!