Winter Cocktail, Sweater on the Inside

Winter Cocktail, Sweater on the Inside

Who’s ready to kick back and relax and enjoy a new winter cocktail this holiday season?! Here’s a riff on the classic whiskey sour to keep you warm this winter.

Kyle is back mixing things up for the c2s crew and being the mixologist he used to be at the Parlour here in the Twin Cities, he’s schooling us on how those cocktails were made. He came up with this fun new drink we named, Sweater on the Inside, and wanted to share the recipe with you all. 

Winter Cocktail, Sweater on the Inside

Winter Cocktail, Sweater on the Inside

Happy Holidays, friends! 

Ingredients:

  • 3 dashes Bittercube Blackstrap Bitters
  • .5 oz Maple Syrup
  • .5 oz Lemon Juice
  • 1.5 oz Whiskey
  • .5 Tsp Cinnamon
  • 1 Egg white
  • 2 Ice cubes cut in half

Winter Cocktail, Sweater on the Inside

Get out your martini shaker and add your bitters, syrup, lemon juice, whiskey, and cinnamon into the container. 

Then, in another container crack an egg and remove the whites from the yolk, and add it to your shaking tin.

Cut 2 ice cubes in half with a chef’s knife and add them to your shaking tin. If you don’t want to cut the ice cubes just use one cube. 

Now, it’s time to get those muscles out! Shake your ingredients vigorously, until your ice has completely melted. You can tell the ice has melted by holding the shaker close to your ear and listening for the ice hitting the tin. If it hasn’t melted completely, keep on shaking!

Strain your cocktail through a fine-mesh strainer into your glass.

Winter Cocktail, Sweater on the Inside

Garnish with bitters and a cinnamon stick. Enjoy! 

Sweater on the Inside

Sweater on the Inside

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes

A riff on the classic whiskey sour to keep you warm this winter

Ingredients

  • 3 dashes Bittercube Blackstrap Bitters
  • .5 oz Maple Syrup
  • .5 oz Lemon Juice
  • 1.5 oz Whiskey
  • .5 Tsp Cinnamon
  • 1 Egg white
  • 2 Ice cubes cut in half

Instructions

  1. In a shaking tin, add your bitters, syrup, lemon juice, whiskey, and cinnamon.
  2. Crack an egg, remove the whites from the yolk and add it to your shaking tin.
  3. Cut 2 ice cubes in half with a chef's knife and add them to your shaking tin. If you don't want to cut the ice cubes just use one cube.
  4. Shake your ingredients vigorously, until your ice has completely melted. You can tell the ice has melted by holding the shaker close to your ear and listening for the ice hitting the tin.
  5. Strain your cocktail through a fine-mesh strainer into your glass.
  6. Garnish with bitters and a cinnamon stick.
Winter Cocktail, Sweater on the Inside

Winter Cocktail, Sweater on the Inside

Winter Cocktail, Sweater on the Inside

Winter Cocktail, Sweater on the Inside

Products

Martini Shaker | Martini Mixer & Stirrer | Martini Glasses (6) | Chef’s Knife | Fine Mesh Strainer

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[…] excited, we have another holiday special recipe for you, which pairs perfectly with our Sweater on the Inside […]

Sara Wilson
8 months ago

I just love trying new cocktails when I travel, although I try to make them at home, it’s not easy to replicate the taste, but still, I try following the recipe. By the way, thanks for this recipe. Trying this weekend.