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Inspired Cocktails for 64th Primetime Emmy Awards Parties

In preparation for this Sunday night’s 64th Primetime Emmy Awards, here are a few festive cocktail recipes using Sunday night’s 64th Primetime Emmy Awards, perfect for celebrating your favorite nominated television shows at your home viewing parties.

American Horror Story using Sailor Jerry Rum

Sailor Jerry Rum is made with authentic, premium, old-school spiced rum. Crafted in the traditional Navy way by William Grant & Sons, Sailor Jerry Rum is strong, spiced and smooth, with hints of caramel and vanilla.  Just like the man who inspired it, this 92 proof rum speaks for itself and holds itself to the traditional values and standards of craftsmanship that Sailor Jerry espoused—supporting all creative individuals who feel just as strongly about their respective crafts. For more information, visit www.sailorjerry.com

 

 

 

 

 

Sailor Jerry redruM (Murder backwards)

  • 1 Part sailor Jerry Rum
  • 1 Part Ginger beer or Ginger Ale
  • Optional: Dash of Angostora Bitter
  • Garnish: Lime wedge

Glass: highball glass

Method:  Build in glass over cubed ice, stir, and garnish with lime.

 Rum Sangria

  • 1.5 oz Sailor Jerry Rum
  • 1 oz of Red Wine
  • ½ oz of Fresh Lemon Juice

Glass: highball glass

Method:  Build in glass over cubed ice & garnish with lemon wedges and top with Sprite

 

Downtown Abbey using Hendrick’s Gin

 Hendrick’s is the most unusual Gin that has taken the world by storm since it was first introduced, thanks to its delightfully unique flavour, which combines a distinct blend of eleven botanicals, as well as the signature infusions of Cucumber and Rose petals, producing a wonderfully refreshing gin with a delightfully unique aroma.  Hand crafted in Scotland in miniscule batches by William Grant & Sons, Hendrick’s uses a marriage of spirits from a Carter-Head and Copper Pot Still, a combination that produces a divinely smooth gin that has both the required character and balance of subtle flavours.  Please enjoy the unusual responsibly. For further information, visit www.hendricksgin.com.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hendricks Gin Cucumber Cooler

  • 1½ part Hendrick’s Gin
  • ¾ part St. Germain®
  • ¾ part fresh lime juice
  • ¼ part simple syrup
  • Soda water
  • 5 mint leaves

Place all ingredients in a long glass. Muddle gently. Add ice and top with seltzer. Add a cucumber garnish.

Gin & Tonic

  • 2 parts Hendrick’s Gin
  • Tonic Water
  • Cucumber Spears

Glass: highball glass

Method:  Add ingredients to in ice-filled glass and fill with tonic water & garnish with cucumber spears

 

Mad Men using Glenfiddich Whisky

Glenfiddich, the world’s most awarded Single Malt Scotch Whisky, is generally recognized as being one of the true pioneers in the field of Single Malt Scotch Whisky.  The Glenfiddich distillery, located in Dufftown, in Scotland’s Speyside region, was built in 1886 by William Grant, with the help of his seven sons and two daughters.  To this day, Glenfiddich remains an independent, family-owned company run by the fifth generation of William Grant’s family.  This independence allows the distillery creative freedom to continue to innovate and set the standard against which the rest of the category is measured. Generally recognized as having pioneered the single malt category in 1963, when it introduced the first range of non-blended malts, Glenfiddich to this day retains the pioneering tradition established by William Grant, making it the proud recipient of nearly 200 international awards since 1998 and making it the number one selling Single Malt Whisky in the world.  For more information, visit www.glenfiddich.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Glenfiddich on the Rocks

  • 2 parts Glenfiddich Single Malt Scotch
  • Ice

Glass: rocks glassware

Method: Pour cocktail over ice

 

 

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