Cozy Camp Cider

March 19, 2020

A hot whiskey cocktail that's perfect for a cold fall day.

Bring apple cider, cinnamon stick, orange juice, cloves and star to a boil. Simmer for 5-10 minutes. Pour 5oz Bourbon into flask. Remove cider from heat and pour into Firelight Flask until 3/4 full.

Taste, and then add either cider or bourbon to achieve desired strength. Fills an entire Firelight Flask.

Serve hot in your tumbler. Best enjoyed on a cold day next to a warm fire.

Halflight 375/Firelight 750

  • 18oz/9oz Apple Cider
  • 2.5oz/5oz Your Favorite Bourbon
  • 1oz/2oz Orange Juice
  • 1 stick Cinnamon Stick
  • 1.5/3 Cloves

Strain into your High Camp Flask. 


Also in Campfire Drinks and Storytelling

San Andreas Cocktail
San Andreas

September 22, 2021

The San Andreas is more of a slow-sipper which is best enjoyed while watching caveman TV and waiting for the stars to come out.

View full article →

El Triangulo Rojo
El Triangulo Rojo

September 22, 2021

Inspired by the underwater wildlife that would send any surfer’s adrenaline level to the max, this sweet and herbaceous cocktail pairs excellently with oysters on the halfshell, raw or char grilled. We use predominantly blanco tequila for the backbone, so the agave flavor shines through on every sip.

View full article →

Celebrating National Public Lands Day in Point Reyes National Seashore
Celebrating National Public Lands Day in Point Reyes National Seashore

September 22, 2021

Beginning your descent as you fly into SFO, you’ll see a knife edge gash of water cutting into California’s coastline, effectively separating Tomales Point from the rest of Marin County. You are looking at Tomales Bay, a body of water that is the actual San Andreas Fault. It’s part of fog-covered Point Reyes National Seashore and it’s also entirely encompassed by the infamous Red Triangle, home of the largest Great White Sharks in the world. This peninsula would absolutely be the part of California that slices off during an earthquake and also the destination we planned to celebrate 2021’s National Public Lands Day.

View full article →