The Many Eyed Ghost Coffee Punch
This is the season of the witch, y’all! Morning temps are dropping 20 degrees, and I am thinking about boots and sweaters. #fallelujah This cocktail came about when planning for a Halloween party. We needed to batch for the masses as we walked the neighborhood with the kiddos and wanted something that would give us the extra energy shot to get through the evening with kiddos hopped up on peanut butter cups and sour patch kids. Anyone who has had to carry a screaming 5 year old out of a party at the end of the evening knows that sugar crash is real, yo!
This punch calls for our 7 Syrup Cream. That’s right! Our 7 Syrup is equally delicious in cooking, baking and condiment creations! Equal parts sweetened condensed milk, 7 syrup, and half and half. This lives in my fridge all fall and winter. It is amazing. For a fun presentation, check out these skull ice cube mold trays. You can freeze cold brew instead of water and float coffee skulls in the bowl.
Our bourbon of choice for this cocktail is Old Grandad bottled in bond. Nothing fancy, just a great bottled in bond daily drinker. For those new to the BiB designation…
Bottled-in-bond is a designation that was created in 1897 by way of the Bottled in Bond Act. The act’s purpose was to protect the integrity and authenticity of aged spirits in America. Because sellers and bootleggers at the time were adulterating moonshines and other non-aged spirits with colorants, flavorings, and occasionally lethal chemicals to falsely market their spirits as legitimate, a spirit marked as bottled-in-bond was essentially guaranteed in its quality… Food & Wine Magazine
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The Many Eyed Ghost
1 cup Vanilla Vodka
1 cup bonded Old Grandad Bourbon
1 cup Make & Muddle 7 Syrup Cream (recipe below)
3.5 cups cold brew coffee
7 Syrup Cream
14 oz can sweetened condensed milk
14 oz Make & Muddle 7 syrup Cocktail Mixer
14 oz half and half
Combine all ingredients and mix well. Store in the refrigerator. It is good as long as the expiration date is on the half and half.
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