Check out these cool entries for Edgewater Spirits Shaken & Stirred Cocktail Competition.
The contest is almost closed so register your cocktail today! Deadline for entries is Monday September 30, 2019.
Two bartenders will win $2000 cash!! Two more winning bartenders will receive a second prize of $1000 cash! And there are two third place winners who will receive $500 each!!
Get mixing and win! Enter your cocktail(s) here!
Señorita in Red
Recipe by Jose Estrella
- 2 oz. of Wódka Vodka
- 1 oz. of Fermented Pineapple and Hibiscus Syrup
- 1 oz. Chamomile Tea
- 1 oz. Lime Juice
- 1 Egg White
Preparation: Build all ingredients in shaker. Dry shake first without the ice for about 30 seconds; hard shake for another 30 seconds.
Garnish: Hibiscus Flower or Brandie Cherrie
Glassware: Coupe Glass or Martini Glass
This cocktail was inspired to honor our ingredients in my heritage. Being from Mexico. So excited to have used fresh ingredients from the Mexican cuisine and tradition. The fermented pineapple was inspired, growing up drinking tepache. Which is a fermented pineapple Mexican beverage.
Recipe by Katerina Markoska
- 1 oz. Wódka Vodka
- 1 oz. St-Germain
- 1 oz. Simple Sugar
- 1/2 oz. Fresh Squeezed Lemon Juice
- 1/2 oz. Butterfly Pea Tea
Preparation: In a shaker full with ice add all ingredients except the tea and the lemon juice. Shake well for 5 seconds than add the already made tea and store them in a big glass cup. Pour in a Martini glass and at the end squeeze the lemon (1 half of the whole lemon).
Garnish: Flower (whole) or Petals
Glassware: Chilled Martini Glass
When you look for complexity, simplified, you’re looking to taste my cocktail. It’s an eye-catching color and with naturally refreshing taste; an elixir look and great name. Potent looking but so good for you.
Recipe by Roman Tartakovsky
- 2 oz. Harleston Green Scotch
- 1 oz. Bumbu Rum
- 1 oz. Spiced Demerara
- 9 dashes Sycophant bitters
- 1 drop Orange Extract
Preparation: Prepare rocks glass; place large ice inside/set aside. Prepare mixing glass. Add scotch, rum, Demerara, bitters, and extract to glass. Add ice; stir well. Strain into rocks glass.
Garnish: Jack Rudy Cherry/Fig/Orange Peel
Glassware: Large Rocks
This cocktail pays homage to the classic era of cocktail making. An untraditional approach to the Old Fashioned, while still holding on to the most important preparation principles. Historically, the 19th hole at a golf course was the bar on the estate once you finished playing. Many players in classic golf would call for classic cocktails such as Manhattans and Martinis. Since we’re working with a scotch, I felt an Old Fashioned would have a more exciting profile that can showcase the spirits depth while also showing some creativity by using under-proof rum that has notes of banana and vanilla. This all surrounded by the floral nature of the orange blossom and unique flavors encompassed by the fig will surely even make the grounds keeper at the golf club jealous.