Deep Roots Recipes
These drinks were created to show you our favourite way to enjoy Deep Roots Distillery products. Please feel free to use these recipes and alter them according to your tastes. Always remember to have fun experimenting with different flavours and drink responsibly.
Summer on the Patio
1 oz. Deep Roots Camerise Liqueur
1 oz. Cranberry juice
2 oz. club soda
Combine Camerise, cranberry juice, and several ice cubes in a cocktail shaker and shake it good! Strain into an old fashioned glass and add the club soda. Garnish with a lime wedge. Take it out to your favourite chair on the deck and enjoy the PEI summer.
1 oz Deep Roots Maple Liqueur
1 oz Irish Cream
1 oz. whole milk (or cream if you need the extra calories)
Cocoa powder and chocolate shavings
Granulated maple sugar
Rim a martini glass with granulated maple sugar. Combine Maple Liqueur, Irish Cream, whole milk, and a handful of ice cubes in a cocktail shaker. Shake for 10 seconds giving your biceps some extra work. Strain into your prepared martini glass and garnish with cocoa powder and some chocolate shavings.
1 oz. Deep Roots Island Tide
1 heaping teaspoon superfine sugar
1 oz. lime juice (fresh is best!)
Sprig of fresh PEI mint leaves
A couple fresh cranberries
A few dashes of cranberry juice
A few dashes of sparkling water
Add Island Tide, sugar and mint leaves (keeping 2 or 3 leaves aside for garnish) to a highball glass and muddle. I guess I have to get out more…I had to ask what muddle means; “to mix up in a confused or bungling manner”. Well, that one I can handle. But apparently in the kitchen it means “When mixing cocktails, herbs and/or fruit are often mashed or ground — muddled — with sugar in the bottom of a glass before adding the liquid ingredients to intensify their flavors. You can muddle with a spoon or a pestle-like tool called a muddler.”
Add the cranberry juice and lime juice then fill the glass with crushed ice. Top up with sparkling water and stir. Garnish with cranberries on a swizzle stick and some mint leaves. Enjoy with your friends and muddle your way through a conversation on how to determine the sex of a day old chicken.