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  • 441 Public Kitchen & Bar Posted in Bars, Blog, Cocktails

    Next time you find yourself in Statesboro make sure 441 is your first stop for all things food and drink. Cheers to chef/owner Seni and his whole team!

    441 Public Kitchen & Bar in Statesboro, GA is about the closest thing there is to a perfect customer. They have not only managed to integrate every single one of our products into their cocktail list, but also use our bar tools in crafting all those beautiful creations. Pictured below are:

    “Broken Barrel”
    – .75 oz. bacardi superior
    – .75 oz. bacardi gold
    – .75 oz. bacardi black
    – .75 oz. lime juice
    – .5 oz. velvet falernum
    – 1 oz. jack rudy’s grenadine

    combine all ingredients in a shaker tin. add ice, shake until cold. pour entire contents into a collins glass. garnish with a lime wheel & jack rudy’s bourbon cherry

    “The Mae Flower”
    – 1.5 oz Plymouth gin
    – .5 oz st Germaine
    – .5 oz velvet falernum
    – .75 oz elderflower tonic
    – 2 dashes of lavender bitters

    Combine all ingredients in shaker tin and stir with ice. Strain into a martini glass and garnish with a orange twist

    “That’s a Gin & Tonic”
    – 1.5 oz Glorious gin
    – .75 oz Jack Rudy tonic
    – 3 oz soda water
    – lime wedge

    Place 5 solid ice cubes in a rocks glass. Squeeze lime wedge on the ice and drop in glass. Add gin then tonic and top with soda. Toss into a shaker tin then back into glass and enjoy.

    “Sunday Sipper”
    – 2 oz Ridgemont 1792 bourbon
    – 1 oz Jack Rudy sweet tea syrup
    – .5 oz lemon juice
    – 2 dashes angostura bitters

    Fill a Collins glass with crushed ice. Add all ingredients, top with soda water. Toss once in a shaker tin. Garnish with a lemon wheel.

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    House Spirits Distillery Posted in Blog, Cocktails

    We at Jack Rudy Cocktail Co. have spent so much time running and growing our business that we have neglected to highlight some of our incredible stockists. That changes today! We are going to start a weekly journal post on the website + social media, that tells the story of our favorite retailers, bars and restaurants and their favorite recipes using our products. If you use our products and want to be featured, please email us some pictures and recipes to info@jackrudycocktailco.com.

    First up is House Spirits Distillery (http://housespirits.com) in Portland, OR. They craft one of one of our very favorite American Gins, Aviation, a beautiful product that pairs really well with our Elderflower Tonic. Next time you are in Portland stop by their tasting room and try “Sage The Elder.” Recipe below:

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    – 2 ounces Aviation American Gin
    – .75 ounces Jack Rudy Elderflower Tonic
    – .75 ounces Fresh Lemon Juice
    – 3 Fresh Sage Leaves
    – 2 dashes Fee Brothers Peach Bitters

    In a shaking tin, muddle sage leaves with Jack Rudy Elderflower Tonic. Add ice, gin, lemon juice and bitters. Shake well, double strain into a cocktail glass and garnish with lemon and sage.