Ready to spice up your life? Why not start with your cocktails? But first, let’s raise a glass to Cheryl Bisbee – a former lawyer who left the office to pursue her passion of creating cocktails and crafting handmade infusions.
“I fell in love with the creativity of bartenders making craft cocktails using infusions and syrups. I wanted to do this at home,” says Bisbee.
This lead to her founding and developing her own company: Boozy Botanicals – a way to combine her passion for potent infusions and local Kansas City culture.
“Experimenting with distinctive combinations to create tastes that are both unusual and delightful is my art, my craft, and my expression of ‘doing what I love and loving what I do’.” – Cheryl Bisbee
Boozy Botanicals was founded around the idea of creating a truly unique line of syrups. According to Bisbee, “It’s about taking incredible flavors from spices, herbs, and flowers and using them to elevate your mixology experiences.”
Curious? Why not shake things up a bit in the home bar by mixing in these unique botanicals with your favorite cocktail – or, even in the kitchen! Boozy Botanicals syrups are non-alcoholic and perfect for everyday use in or outside the bar – with naturally delicious flavors that perk up most any beverage, making them a perfect addition to fresh lemonade, sparkling water or you’re your morning coffee!
Boozy Botanicals has a variety of flavorful drink recipes – so head on over to boozybotanicals.com and be sure to check a host of delicious cocktail recipes! In the meantime, here are a couple recipes we recommend.
Rosemary Mint Mule
2 oz favorite vodka
1 oz Rosemary Mint Syrup
.5 oz freshly squeezed lime juice
Favorite ginger beer
Mix vodka, syrup and lime juice in shaker filled with ice and shake vigorously. Strain into copper mug filled with ice and top with ginger beer. Garnish with mint leaves and/or lime wheel.
Rosemary Mint Julep
2 – 3 oz bourbon
1 oz Rosemary Mint Syrup
4-5 fresh mint leaves and/or rosemary sprig
Splash of club soda or seltzer (optional)
Combine bourbon and syrup in highball glass or silver julep cup. Fill with crushed ice and stir until outside of glass begins to get very cold. Top with soda if desired and garnish with fresh mint and/or rosemary sprig.
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Recipes and photos courtesy of Boozy Botanicals.