Rising Embers

Courtesy of Mr. Raffi Jergerian, Social

1 oz Spring 44 Gin
1 oz Morin Selection Calvados
.5 oz Carpano Antica Vermouth
.5 oz Averna Amaro
2 squeezes Cocktailpunk Aromatic Bitters

Stir and serve over a large ice cube in a rocks glass.

Unnamed Experimental Aromatic Cocktail

Courtesy of Mr. Geoff, Lower 48 Kitchen

.5 oz Cocktailpunk Aromatic Bitters
.5 oz Averna
.5 oz lemon juice
.5 oz lime juice
.75 oz honey syrup
orange twist

Shake and pour over ice in chilled old fashioned glass.

An interesting cocktail in the vein of the Angostura Sour or Fizz, but without egg white. We're gonna need bigger bottles!

Experimental Aromatic Cocktail #2: The 10K Flip

Courtesy of Mr. Brandon Brough, Lower 48 Kitchen

2 oz Domaine de Canton Ginger Liqueur
1 oz Cocktailpunk Aromatic Bitters
.25 oz orgeat
1 whole egg
orange peel, nutmeg for garnish

Combine ingredients and dry shake. Add ice and shake vigorously for one minute, pour into a chilled champagne flute. Garnish withan orange patch, expressing oils, and grate a little nutmeg on top to finish.

Brandon's delicious riff on Sean Kenyon's award-winning cocktail.

Trash Fish Cocktail

Courtesy of Mr. Bobby Bodell, the [med] kitchen & bar

1 oz Famous Grouse Scotch
.5 Aperol
.5 Clear Creek Williams Pear Brandy
.5 simple
.75 Meyer lemon juice
2 squeezes Cocktaipunk aromatic
Stone Brewing Go To Session IPA

Shake first six ingredients, add to a wine glass and top with IPA. No garnish.

This cocktail was created for the Chef's Collaborative Trash Fish Dinner held on 10 March 2014 at the [med] kitchen & bar in Hermosa Beach, CA.

Old-Fashioned Highball

Created or adapted by Cocktailpunk

1.5 oz Japanese Whiskey, preferably Toki
cold soda water
1 squeeze Cocktailpunk Aromatic Bitters
1 squeeze Cocktailpunk Orange Bitters

Fill a highball glass halfway with ice, add bitters, then stir briefly to cool the glass. Add whiskey, fill with ice, and top with cold soda water, taking care to pour down the side of the glass, not directly over the ice.

Great ice and gentle handling are key. This recipe mimics the classic additions to an Old-Fashioned with bitters only. If you care to revisit hotel drinking at it's finest, go for the trifecta and add a squeeze of Cocktailpunk Cherry bitters.