Have Your Breakfast In A Martini Glass #mommymixologist #apresskicc


Kim Haasarud, Liquid Chef, author of 101 Shots and 101 Martinis, and guest judge on Iron Chef America has pulled together the must-try trendy apres-ski libations that will heating up this year's ApresSki Cocktail Classic, voted 2013 Best Cocktail Festival by Fodor's. (Watch our video.)

BACON, EGGS & FRENCH TOAST MARTINI
Dinner-breakfast of champions! Rise to the occassion and shine with glee - we're talking a bacon-infused vodka, eggs and maple sugar syrup sit down!





1 oz bacon-infused vodka
3/4 oz Wild Turkey American Honey bourbon
1 egg yolk
1/2 oz agave nectar
1 oz half & half
ground nutmeg
maple sugar rim, for garnish
crisp bacon strip, for garnish

  Wet rim of cocktail glass with lemon wedge and dip into plate of maple sugar.  Set aside.
  Combine all the ingredients in a cocktail shaker with ice.
  Shake vigorously for a good 15 count.
  Strain into rimmed cocktail glass.
  Dust with grated nutmeg.
  Top with crisp bacon strip.
Recipe by Kim Haasarud from the ApresSki Cocktail Classic. Experience it March 2014.


S'More Snow Martini
Drink your fireside dessert! Indulge in rich creme de cocoa, irish cream and vanilla vodka topped with roasted mini marshmallows.




 3 oz homemade hot chocolate, cooled
1 oz dark Crème de Cocoa
1 oz Bailey’s Irish Cream
3/4 oz Vanilla Vodka
3 to 4 miniature marshmallows

  Combine the chocolate, dark crème de cacao, Bailey’s, and vanilla vodka in a cocktail shaker filled with ice
  Shake moderately
  Strain into a chilled martini glass  
  Drop 3 to 4 miniature marshmallows in the glass and roast with a crème brûlée torch, if desired.
Recipe by Kim Haasarud from the ApresSki Cocktail Classic. Experience it March 2014.


Half Pipe
Relive your day on the slopes with this icy, slushy libation made with gin, egg whites and a dash of cinnamon!




BURNT AND BUTTERED

A savory winter-time favorite made with butter, brown sugar, spices hot water and a dark, aged rum.

T-LIFT TODDY
Warm your toes, and soul, with this delicious hot toddy made with scotch, honey, water and lemon.




6 to 8 ounces apple cider, heated
1 ounce Spiced Pear Infusion (see below)
cinnamon stick, for garnish
pear slice, for garnish

Fill a coffee mug with the hot apple cider and add the Spiced Pear Infusion.  Garnish with a cinnamon stick and pear slice.

Serves 1

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