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Clove ‘N’ Thyme Toddy

Photo by Lauren Coe

Herbs give this timeless toddy an elevated flavor profile.

Makes 1 serving

TODDY

1 jigger (1½ ounces) Texas bourbon
1 tablespoon (½ ounce) lemon juice
1 tablespoon (½ ounce) Clove-Thyme Honey (recipe follows)
Thyme sprig and lemon peel

Add all ingredients to mug and top with hot water.…

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The Ludeman—Texas-Style

Makes 1 serving

2 dashes Angostura Bitters
½ ounce (1 tablespoon) maple syrup
½ ounce (1 tablespoon) orange juice
¾ ounce (1½ tablespoons) lemon juice
1½ ounces (1 jigger or 3 tablespoons) Texas bourbon
Garnish: Flamed orange wheel and rosemary

In a rocks glass, add first 5 ingredients with ice and stir.…

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BISHOP 75

A play on the French 75, hard apple cider provides a mellow effervescence and cool, fruit-forward flavor. The addition of rosemary makes for a more robust, autumn-friendly adaptation of this classic cocktail.

Makes 1 serving

1 ½ ounces gin
1 tablespoon lemon juice
½ tablespoon Rosemary Simple Syrup (recipe follows)
Ice
Bishop Cider Co.…

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SAGE BLOSSOM

This bourbon-based cocktail combines the warmth of maple syrup with herbal notes that complement the season.

Makes 1 serving

1 ½ ounces bourbon
1 tablespoon lemon juice
1 tablespoon maple syrup
3 to 4 sage leaves, torn, plus a few for garnish
Ice
Trinity Cider Deep Ellum Dry (or any dry hard cider)

Shake first 4 ingredients in a shaker with ice and strain into cocktail glass over rocks.…

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Campfire Manhattan with Cedar-Smoked Martini Glass

The smoky glasses are surprisingly easy if you have a kitchen blowtorch or outdoor grill.

Makes 2 cocktails

Artisan marshmallows
Graham cracker crumbs
4 ounces Texas craft whiskey, such as TX or Silver Star
2 ounce sweet vermouth
4 dashes Fee Brothers Aztec Chocolate Bitters
Ice

If you are making the Cedar-Smoked Martini Glasses, do them first.…

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