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April 01, 2021
A whiskey smash is a classic cocktail with just four ingredients: whiskey, mint, lemon, and simple syrup or sugar. Add blackberries for a tart and sweet twist. You don’t need any fancy equipment to make it, and you’ll feel like quite the accomplished home bartender when you shake it up. If you aren’t a fan of whiskey and have wondered “how do you make whiskey tasty,” a whiskey smash is the perfect place to start.
• 4 / 24 oz Ransom Spirits Whiskey
• 1/4 / 1.5 sliced lemon
• 2 / 12 tsp light agave nectar
• 8 / 3 dozen mint leaves
• 2 / 12 fresh blackberries
Place the mint leaves, lemon wedges, blackberries and agave in the bottom of a cocktail shaker. With a muddler or the handle of a wooden spoon, mash 4 to 5 times, just enough to release juices and oils. Add the whiskey and top with a small handful of crushed ice. Cover and shake vigorously for 30 seconds to combine. Pour into your ice-filled Firelight 350 or 750. Garnish with fresh mint.
May 24, 2022
Whether it's after laps on the track, or for just making it through the work week - if you need the perfect drink to celebrate, this delicious Go Fast Bourbon Smash recipe we made is always a good choice. We've used our Pappy & Co Bourbon Maple Syrup and HIRSCH Whiskey to make it extra tasty, and you can win all the ingredients in our Go Fast Father's Day Giveaway, along with all of these awesome prizes:
May 05, 2022
May 05, 2022
Bourbon Recipes - We are proud to be partnering with Caltrout for their 23rd Annual Trout Camp Gala this year. As a part of the event, we have mixed up some tasty drinks to sip on while you show your support of California's rivers and fish. These are also great recipes to pack in our Firelight 750 or 375 for your next fishing trip and enjoy riverside in between casts.
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