Fern Gulpy

May 26, 2020

Inspired by the unpolluted world of Fern Gully, this cocktail celebrates the smell of fresh air and the lighter side of dark spirits. Light as a fairy, this crisp and refreshing whiskey lowball cocktail, utilizes a unique combination of white vermouth, citrus & fresh garden herbs.

Best enjoyed in a small patch of sunshine with a view of some trees.

Single Serving/Firelight 750 To-Go

  • 1.5oz/6.5oz Glyph Whiskey
  • .75oz/3.25oz Dry Vermouth
  • .75oz/3.25oz Lemon Juice
  • .5oz/2.25oz Campari or Aperol
  • 1tsp/4.5tsp Maple Syrup or Agave Nectar (optional)

Shake and pour over ice. ADD 2oz of Club soda to each drink & STIR. Garnish with Fresh Rosemary and/or Thyme

Make it your own: 

For a more herbal flavor: Top with .5 oz of Gin 
For a little rock & roll: Top with .5 oz Islay scotch or mezcal

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