“Quechee On The Rocks”
A Blog By Vermont Spirits Distilling Co
An afternoon pick me up. An after dinner cafe. Make it hot or cold. (Sure, you can use any maple sugar and cold brew coffee, but we’re really partial to these ones. 😉
Like an old fashioned, but a little less sweet and a little more stubborn.
Our craft spirits are taking the nation! This weekend we’re handing out signature craft cocktails at The Sheats-Goldstein House in LA. There’s so much to love about this collab with our friends at USModernist.
Autumn in New England. Hikers. Kids & Pumpkins. Sunday Drivers. And everyone in between. Even though maple season is technically between winter and spring here in Vermont, we still love to indulge in everything and anything maple this time of year… with a side of apple and pumpkin spice of course.
Why We Love #Maple100 Are you wondering why we love Maple 100, put on by Vermont Department of Agriculture? Because the maple tree is at the heart of our story. Vermont Gold Vodka is distilled from two ingredients:pure Vermont maple and crystal clear Vermont water Our...
We’re so proud to collaborate with Richardson Farm on their newest brew: Richardson Farm Bourbon Barrel Aged Maple Syrup. Here are all the details you need to know. Join our newsletter to get recipe suggestions and ideas.
Vermont Gold Vodka is made with two ingredients (and two only): pure Vermont maple and crystal clear Vermont water. But it’s not a flavored vodka. It’s simply distilled maple mash instead of traditional …
If you’re a bourbon lover, you probably love a good Old Fashioned. This one is the best. No 14 Bourbon kicks your cocktail up a notch. The maple syrup softens the cocktail a bit, making it the perf…
The star of the show. The Manhattan is a classic, whiskey-forward cocktail, and yet, we suggest you use Coppers Barrel Gin in place of the bourbon. Yes, we do. Our Coppers Barrel Gin is like nothing you’ve ever tasted. Start with 2:1 gin to sweet vermouth ratio and go up (4:1) or down (1:1) until you arrive at your happy place.
Served hot or add ice. This is a favorite cocktail for the winter season, no matter where you live! We suggest an orange peel and cinnamon stick if you want a cozy feel. A lemon wedge will provide a slightly more refreshing taste. You only need No 14 Bourbon, cider and lemon.