Cantrip Cannacocktails to Shake Up this Fall

A close up view of a group of three pink cocktails sit on a white platform.

Fall is coming in…cool. And with the change in weather comes the opportunity to repurpose your seltzer into something a little more cold-weather crispy and seasonally exciting. That’s right – it’s time for some Cantrip cannacocktails! No matter the weather, it’s always a good time to hangout without the hangover. So get to mixing!

Cantrip 75

(play on a French 75)

·       1 oz lemon juice

·       0.5 oz simple syrup

·       4 lashes angostura bitters

·       1 can Lemon Basil Cantrip

·       Cinnamon stick garnish

Mix lemon juice, sugar, and angostura bitters. Shake over ice and pour into a martini glass or coup. Fill the glass with Cantrip Lemon Basil. Hold a lighter to the end of the cinnamon stick just until it starts smoking. Garnish with the stick, smoking end into the drink first.

The Mischievous Minister

(play on a Presbyterian)

·       Half a lemon, squeezed

·       0.5 oz grenadine

·       2 oz. Apple cider

·       Cantrip Ginger Peach

·       Fresh ginger for garnish

Pour 2 oz. of apple cider into a collins glass (tall glass.) Fill with ice, and then top to ½” below the glass with Cantrip Ginger beach. Squeeze the lemon on top of the seltzer, and then pour the grenadine straight down the side. Garnish with a small slice of fresh ginger.

Cantrip Codder

(in MA a cranberry vodka is also called a Cape Codder.)

·       ½ oz simple syrup

·       Half a lime, squeezed

·       2 oz cranberry juice

·       Orange bitters

·       Cantrip Grapefruit Hibiscus

·       Garnish with 3 craisins

Mix simple syrup, lime juice, cranberry juice, and bitters if available. Shake over ice, strain into a highball glass over fresh ice, and fill to the top with Cantrip Grapefruit Hibiscus. Garnish with 3 craisins or a simple lime wedge.