Who ever said there's only one way to do an old fashioned? Enjoy this killer variation with rye, Calvados, Barolo Chinato and Golden.
Oloroso Sherry, rye whiskey, basil simple syrup and Riza Bitters. Roll into the cold weather with this warm-hearted wonder.
Straight from the 12 Days of Cocktails and Zeal in Boulder, this bright wintery cocktail brings all the warmth of whiskey and winter fruits together.
A super simple warm cocktail on a cold night is a Hot Toddy! Add a few dashes of Golden Ichor Bitters to spice up your Toddy to fend off a cold!
Direct from our Strongwater Whiskey Cocktail Kit, this divine variation on a sazerac will soon become your favorite with our Amores Bitters.
This well-balanced cocktail sports bourbon, cherry herring, amaro, lemon juice and a few dashes of our award-winning Golden Bitters.
The Switchbak combines herbal notes with rye whiskey, apple, and the flavors of cacao and vanilla from our Amores.
The stunning Native Sour brings together the depth of rye whiskey and profiles of orgeat, lemon citrus, and our bitter and botanical Native Floral bitters.
A well-balanced gin version of a classic with St. Germain Elderflower Liqueur, Dolin Blanc Vermouth and our Riza bitters.
Bitter yet refreshing, tart but subtle and bright. You would never guess that this bold cocktail is low proof. Cheers!
An unbelievably refreshing combination of gin, rose, lime, ginger and pepper spice. The equilibrium will become your spring favorite!
A delicate combination of herb-infused vodka with the bright and spritely Ginger Pear shrub balancing out a touch of elderflower liqueur.
Drop your pack and take in the view! You've arrived at The Summit; the perfectly boozy, herbal, and bright finish to a long hike or a long week.
Embodying fresh spring in a glass served at a picnic in the mountains; this gent sips gin, Douglas Fir Eau di Vie, Chartreuse, and Lavender Persimmon Shrub.
Pisco, Campari, Salers Gentiane, cucumber cordial and Riza Bitters make up this beautifully refreshing balance of bitter and herbaceous.
An incredibly refreshing mocktail brings together fruit, tart, sweet, and bright flavors. With our Blueberry and Mint shrub, and a rosemary garnish, it's perfect for fall.
Keep it simple with this delicate and tart celebration of the classic shrub for fall. Vodka, our Cherry and Thyme shrub, muddled fruit, and soda water.
From Denver Life Magazine's Bitter's Done Better, The Desert Bird is a bold, herbaceous and stunning blend of ingredients highlighting our Riza bitters.
Feeling a little sluggish, dizzy, or dehydrated? Altitude getting you down? This mocktail is designed to be as delicious as it is hydrating.
A twist on a traditional espresso martini, this soft sipper has a kick of caffeine and bitter with our Amores bitter. Perfect to stay awake through the holidays!
From Ryan Conklin at Terminal Bar in Denver, this beauty is just what it's called, a gracefully measured cocktail with our Peach and Rose shrub.
"Grey Gardens is oozing with romance, ghosts, and other things." A crumbling old mansion by the sea with our Riza bitters and Persimmon Lavender shrub.
A bright and gingery refresher with pomegranate juice, cucumbers, mint, and our ginger citrus Tamer bitters. So tasty, you'll forget there's not alcohol!
Try this bold variation on a manhattan with Yellow Chartreuse, Cynar Amaro, and our Riza Bitters. It's dynamic and daring, just like you.
Hailing from The Kitchen in Denver, the Pat Sage Act is a perfect blend of gin, fresh lime juice, Peach and Rose shrub with sage.
Presented in collaboration with Death's Door Gin for two years running at the Aspen Food and Wine Classic, the Rose French 75 is as good as it sounds.
A staple cocktail from the mischievous city of New Orleans. We got a bit playful with this one, utilizing our Riza bitters to cheers the classic.
Smoke, lime, cherry, herbs, and spice. This extraordinary cocktail won a mezcal cocktail competition under the name Grow A Pear.
A bright version of a whiskey ginger with bourbon, fresh lemon juice, our Ginger and Pear shrub, and fresh ginger.
Tequila, Cherry and Thyme shrub, agave, fresh lime, blackberries, and prosecco. The Summer Collins cocktail is a goodie all year round!