Father's Day Cocktails

June 02, 2021

What's the best part of a trip to Oregon with your dad? Sharing tasty cold cocktails from a flask shooting the shit while shooting 18 holes. Add in some biking and a distillery tour and you have the makings of an unforgettable weekend. 

Read more about our adventure HERE and enter our Ultimate Father's Day Golf Giveaway by June 11th HERE.

Father's Day Cocktails
ROCK AND RYE SOUR

Single Serving/Firelight 750 To-Go

• 2 / 10 oz Rock and Rye Whiskey
• 1 / 4 oz Lemon juice
• 1 / 4 oz Lime juice
• 1 / 4 oz Simple syrup

Instructions

Combine all ingredients in an ice filled Firelight 350 or 750. Shake to combine. Garnish with a cherry.

 

HAZELNUT GIMLET

Single Serving/Firelight 750 To-Go

• 3 / 12 oz Hazelnut Espresso Vodka
• 1.5 / 6 oz Lime juice
• 1.5 / 6 oz Simple syrup

Instructions

Combine all ingredients in an ice filled Firelight 350 or 750 and shake to combing. Garnish with a lime. (for a less sweet version, use 1/2 oz simple to 1 oz lime)

 

TOM COLLINS

Single Serving/Firelight 750 To-Go

• 2 / 10 oz Prohibition Gin
• 1 / 4 oz Lemon juice
• 1.5 / 3 oz Simple syrup
• Club soda

Instructions
Shake first three ingredients. Pour flask 1/3 full with club soda, then strain shaken ingredients on top. Drop ice in last to combine ingredients. Garnish with lemon.


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