More relaxing Labor Day cocktails

Break out the hammock, lay back and enjoy.

Reyka’s Basil Tom Collins

1 ½ parts Reyka Vodka

¾ part Lemon juice

½ part simple syrup

Top soda

2-4 Basil leaves


Combine all ingredients into cocktail shaker except soda. Shake, double strain, garnish and serve.


Reyka Vodka is an Icelandic born vodka and provides a smooth and crisp base for both complex and simple cocktails. Cocktails created by Reyka Brand Ambassador Trevor Schneider.


Jerry Loves Ginger

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1 part Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum

3 parts ginger beer

2 lime wedges


Top with ½ desired beer and ½ ginger beer (if available) for an extra kick.


Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum is a Caribbean Rum blended with 100% natural spices and flavors.


Drambuie Mixed Berry Sangria

3 parts Drambuie

1 part Triple sec

1 Cup White Wine (Chardonnay is perfect)

1 part OJ

1 part Fresh Lime Juice

1 part Honey

2 cups Frozen Berries

10 Dashes Cherry Bitters


Add all Ingredients to a Blender and blend until smooth. Garnish with skewered berries with basil sprig.


Drambuie is made from a delightful combination of scotch whisky, heather honey, herbs and spices. Cocktail created by Drambuie Brand Ambassador Vance Henderson.

Montelobos Picador


2 parts Montelobos Mezcal
1 part Fresh Lie Juice
½ part Simple syrup


Combine ingredients over ice and shake well. Serve over fresh ice in a rocks glass with a salt & black pepper rim and orange slice.

Hudson’s White Manhattan

2 parts Hudson NY Corn Whiskey

1 part Lillet Blanc

3 dashes orange bitters

Stir ingredients 50 times with chunk ice to chill and dilute properly. Strain into a chilled cocktail glass. Garnish with a lemon peel.


Hudson Whiskey, the first legal pot-stilled whiskey distilled in New York state since prohibition, sources 90% of its grains from within 40 miles of the distillery.

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