The Hail Cherry by Hannah Chamberlain

Ingredients

Cocktail:

1½ oz bourbon

½ oz ginger liqueur

½ oz rosemary simple syrup

½ oz freshly squeezed and strained lemon juice

1 rosemary sprig

2 - 3 Sable & Rosenfeld Whiskey Tipsy Cherries


Rosemary syrup:

1 cup water

1 cup sugar

Handful of fresh rosemary sprigs

Preparation

Add bourbon, ginger liqueur, rosemary syrup, and lemon to a cocktail shaker.  Add ice and shake for 30 seconds until well chilled. Fine strain into coupe glass. Garnish with rosemary sprig inserted through two or three Whiskey Tipsy Cherries. Serve and enjoy!

Rosemary Syrup Preparation
Bring one cup of water to a boil and gradually add sugar while stirring until the sugar is entirely dissolved. Add rosemary to the simple syrup, turn down heat, and let simmer for ten minutes. Turn off heat and continue to let the mixture sit for another fifteen minutes. Strain into a glass container to remove sprigs, and refrigerate until cool. Syrup is good to use for up to three days.

About the creator: SpiritedLA’s Hannah Chamberlain constructs original cocktails, is a guru of alcohol culture and she recommends the best spots to drink in Los Angeles. Hannah presents her Sable & Rosenfeld inspired cocktail, The Hail Cherry, by mixing festive flavors of rosemary, ginger, and citrus. This cocktail is perfect for sharing over the holidays or any time!

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The Hail Cherry by Hannah Chamberlain

Cocktail:

1½ oz bourbon

½ oz ginger liqueur

½ oz rosemary simple syrup

½ oz freshly squeezed and strained lemon juice

1 rosemary sprig

2 - 3 Sable & Rosenfeld Whiskey Tipsy Cherries


Rosemary syrup:

1 cup water

1 cup sugar

Handful of fresh rosemary sprigs

Preparation

Add bourbon, ginger liqueur, rosemary syrup, and lemon to a cocktail shaker.  Add ice and shake for 30 seconds until well chilled. Fine strain into coupe glass. Garnish with rosemary sprig inserted through two or three Whiskey Tipsy Cherries. Serve and enjoy!

Rosemary Syrup Preparation
Bring one cup of water to a boil and gradually add sugar while stirring until the sugar is entirely dissolved. Add rosemary to the simple syrup, turn down heat, and let simmer for ten minutes. Turn off heat and continue to let the mixture sit for another fifteen minutes. Strain into a glass container to remove sprigs, and refrigerate until cool. Syrup is good to use for up to three days.

About the creator: SpiritedLA’s Hannah Chamberlain constructs original cocktails, is a guru of alcohol culture and she recommends the best spots to drink in Los Angeles. Hannah presents her Sable & Rosenfeld inspired cocktail, The Hail Cherry, by mixing festive flavors of rosemary, ginger, and citrus. This cocktail is perfect for sharing over the holidays or any time!

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