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Three Recipe Secrets for Valentine’s Day Cocktails

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Our local distilling comrades at Philadelphia’s Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction know a thing or two about throwing their organic, botanical spirits into fine-tuned cocktails. Just in time for Valentine’s Day, they’re letting us in on some of their creations’ secrets—all of which are appropriately pouring in vibrant shades of ruby reds and pastel pinks.

Below, drink up their recipes for three easy-as-pie cocktails. They’ve even rallied their good friends of the moonshine-spiked wine, Spodee, to share a sippable how-to as well. We promise you, after one round of concocting and taste-testing, your Valentine will be spouting “I love you.”

 

Rhuby Blush

Pour 4 parts raspberry puree with 2 parts Art in the Age RHUBARB Tea.
Finish with a splash of champagne.
Serve in a flute.

 

 

 

Rhuby Glow

Combine the following ingredients and shake:
6 oz. SAGE, 2 oz. Lillet Rose
4 dashes of orange bitters
4 oz. freshly squeezed red grapefruit juice.
Serve in a martini glass.

               

 

Spodee Love Potion

Spodee proclaims this one is “romance with a kick.” Mix 1 part Spodee with 1 part pomegranate juice in a flute glass. Top the juice mixture with 1 part champagne and garnish with fresh raspberries.

For more Art in the Age-infused cocktails, visit the recent BYOCocktail article in our February 2014 issue. To learn more about the local distiller’s spirits, visit artintheage.com or spodeewine.com.

 

 

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