She's No Doris

October 01, 2020

Doris and Fred are derisive terms used by “serious” cyclists to describe, well, everyone else. This cocktail is for those who choose to ride to have fun, and pack a drink for the finish line. This collab comes straight from the folks at Pivot Cycles and the 105 proof whiskey of Breckenridge Distillers High Proof. It’s loaded with notes of caramel, almonds, and orange peel to complement the tannins in the tea used in this unique group of mixing agents. She’s No Doris is a hell of an apres-ride.

Single Serving/Firelight 750 To-Go

  • 1.5 / 6 oz Breckenridge Distillers High Proof
  • 0.75 / 3 oz Chambord
  • 0.25 / 1 oz Earl Grey syrup*
  • 0.5 / 2 oz Cream
  • Garnish: Lemon peel oil

    *To make Earl Grey Syrup syrup, brew 1 Earl Grey tea bag in 1 cup of boiling water. Add in 1 cup sugar to the hot tea and stir. Add all ingredients into a shaker with ice and shake until well-chilled.
 Strain into your 375 or 750. Serve up. Squeeze oil from a lemon peel on top, then discard the peel. 


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