Cocktails

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Spritzer: The simplest cocktail that came be made with any of our spirits. Simply take seltzer water and mix it with any Five Foxes liqueur to make a sort of adult soda. A great way to cut through the alcohol taste of the liqueur without changing the underlying flavor for those who find the bite of strong liquor distracting.

 

Juniper Sage

Sage Gin and Tonic: One part Juniper Sage Liqueur, one part gin, mix with tonic water to taste. Garnish with a slice of lime. For a less sweet version, use seltzer water instead of tonic.

Pink Fox : Two parts Juniper Sage Liqueur, one part raspberry liqueur (we use Mathilde Framboise), ten parts grapefruit juice.

Sage and Lemonade: One part Juniper Sage Liqueur, five parts lemonade.

 

Mint Tea

Mint Tea Julep: Two parts bourbon, one part Mint Tea Liqueur. Garnish with a sprig of mint. For a more mild version, add some seltzer water.

Mint Root Beer One part Mint Tea Liqueur, four parts root beer (we find Virgil’s Root Beer works well).

Mojito: One part Mint Tea Liqueur, one part light rum, six parts seltzer. Garnish with a slice of lime.

Hot Toddy: Mint Tea Liqueur and hot black tea.

 

Blueberry Maple

New England Connection: One parts Maple Blueberry Liqueur, one part brandy, one part amaretto. Optionally add seltzer or cola.

New England Coffee: Coffee with cream and Maple Blueberry Liqueur (the cream is important). Whipped Cream works even better.
 

Lemon Ginger

Dark Fox
One part dark rum, one part Lemon Ginger Liqueur, about six parts ginger beer (we find Reeds Extra Strength Ginger Beer works well).

Arnold Palmer
One part Lemon Ginger Liqueur and one part Mint Tea Liqueur. Optionally add some seltzer for something a little tamer.

Apple Fox
One part Lemon Ginger Liqueur, about six part apple cider. Works with hard cider too.

Orange Fox
One part Lemon Ginger Liqueur, six parts orange juice. Fresh orange juice works best.

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