Though Bond is not a nominee this year, we still love a good cocktail- shaken or stirred- while watching the Oscars.  Here are some impressive cocktails, especially designed to go with your favorite films, brought to you by W.J. Deutsh & Sons, Ltd.   Enjoy these cocktails at your favorite red carpet party, but please drink responsibly.catatonic
1 oz. Adult Chocolate MilkTM
1 oz. creme de menthe
6 oz. hot chocolate
1 oz. whipped cream
Pour the Adult Chocolate MilkTM and creme de menthe into a coffee mug, and stir. Add hot chocolate, and top with whipped cream. Sprinkle with chocolate shavings and a maraschino cherry if desired, and serve.
ARGO—Canadian Embassy
2 oz. Moonshine*
1/2 oz. maple syrup
Slice of orange
Dash of bitters
canadian_embassy_high resMeasure maple syrup into a glass. Add ice and pour in Moonshine slowly, stirring to ensure that you properly combine it with the syrup. Add a splash of bitters. Rub an orange slice around the inside of a rocks glass, add fresh ice, and strain Moonshine mixture into the rocks glass. Garnish with orange and serve.
1 oz. Moonshine*
1/2 oz. of triple sec
7 dashes of rum-based bitters
7 dashes orgeat syrup-based bitters
Ice cubes
Lemon Twist
Stir ingredients briefly over ice, strain into a chilled flute, top with Champagne and garnish.
1.5 oz. LICOR 43® Liqueur1/2 oz. pomegranate juice

3/4 oz. fresh-squeezed lime juice
2 oz. ginger beer

Add all ingredients but the ginger beer to a cocktail shaker full of ice; shake and strain into a cocktail glass, then add the ginger beer. You can also serve this drink in a highball glass over ice by instead adding pomegranate juice, LICOR 43® Liqueur, and lime juice to an ice-filled glass; stirring for 30 seconds. Add the ginger beer and stir once more. The over-ice version stays cooler longer, but as the ice melts the smoky flavor will be less distinct.

gavrocheLES MISERABLES—Gavroche

2 oz. LICOR 43® Liqueur

1/2 oz. vodka

2 oz. fresh orange juice
2 oz. cranberry juice cocktail
Ice cubes
Clementines, peeled, separated into segments

Mix cranberry juice, vodka, LICOR 43® Liqueur, and orange juice in cocktail shaker full of ice. Shake and strain into a chilled cocktail glass. Garnish each with a clementine segment.

LIFE OF PI—Eye of the Tiger

2 oz. LICOR 43® Liqueur
1/2 oz. Galliano
2 oz. fresh orange juice
2 oz. unsweetened pineapple juice
1 oz. passion fruit nectar
3/4 oz. fresh lime juice
1 oz. simple syrup
Dash of rum-based bitters
Ice cubes
Garnish: pineapple wedge, orange slice, or any other fresh fruit

Combine all ingredients with ice and shake. Strain into an ice-filled glass and garnish.

prairie_lawyer_high resLINCOLN
—Prairie Lawyer

2 oz. of Moonshine*
2 tablespoons Mint Syrup
Crushed ice
2 tablespoons water
1 tablespoon of fresh-squeezed lemon juice
Mint leaves
Fresh mint sprig

Combine mint leaves, syrup and The Original Moonshine® in a glass. Using a bar spoon, crush the mint to release its essence into the liquid. Fill the glass with ice. Gently press the spoon into the ice, shaking it
to incorporate the Moonshine-syrup mixture. Garnish.


2 oz. LICOR 43® Liqueur

1/2 oz. vodka
4 oz. tropical fruit punch
1 tablespoon of fresh-squeezed lemon juice

Combine all ingredients with ice and shake. Strain into an ice-filled glass and garnish with an umbrella.

seal_team_sixZERO DARK THIRTY—Seal Team Six

2 oz. LICOR 43® Liqueur
1 oz. of dark rum
1 splash 151 Proof Dark Rum
5 cubes Ice

Fill glass with ice. Add Dark Rum and LICOR 43® Liqueur. Fill with Cola. Add splash of High Proof Rum to taste.

*A little bit about Moonshine:   During prohibition years, Americans who made whiskey illegally distilled at night, and became known as “moonshiners.”  Today, with the growing number of micro-distillers in the U.S. (more than 200 according to the American Distilling Institute) Moonshine’s credibility has increased.  These days Moonshine and it’s most recognized brands, has become quite popular and is a growing trend.

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