Young’s Double Chocolate Milkshake

Before any other frozen beverage such as the: slurpee or smoothie there was the milkshake. The earliest printed reference to the milkshake was in 1885, but the drink contained whiskey. Furthermore it was served as a health tonic as well as a delicious cold treat. Ivar “Pop” Coulson is often credited as the inventor of

Elks Own Cocktail

I came across this cocktail on Elk’s Own (special) Cocktail 1.5oz rye whiskey (Redemption Rye) .75oz Port (Noval Black) .5oz lemon juice .25oz simple syrup 1 egg white Combine all ingredients and dry shake for approximately 10secs. Then add ice and shake for another 10. Strain into a chilled cocktail glass. Garnish with a pineapple

Mary Anne Cocktail

The Mary Anne 2oz spiced rum (Kraken) 1oz port (Noval Black) .5oz lemon .5oz lime .5oz nutmeg syrup .5oz cinnamon syrup Shake and strain over ice. Garnish with 2 blackberries Notes: The spiciness of the rum along with the two spice syrups meld well with the sweet fruitiness of the port. The lemon and lime