Netflix’s popular original show Outer Banks has come back with a second season. Season two premiered last week and fans are already binge-watching the entire season. North Carolina’s Crystal Coast and Bogue Sound Distillery provided three Outer Banks-themed cocktails perfect for sipping while the drama of the show unfolds. Whether you are gearing up to watch season two, are in the middle of binge-watching season two or are starting season one, enjoy one of these delicious drinks while watching.
2 ounces JAPC Salted Caramel Spirit
0.5 ounce triple sec
Pour all ingredients into a highball glass over ice. Pour into mixer and then back into glass; garnish with lemon slice. Top off with ½ sour mix & ½ Coca Cola.
1 ounce JAPC Bourbon Whiskey
1 ounce Peach Schnapps
0.5 ounce grenadine
Place ice in a low-ball glass. Pour in bourbon, Peach Schnapps, grenadine and top with orange juice. Pour into mixer and then back into glass; garnish with a lemon slice.
2.5 ounces JAPC Peanut Butter Whiskey
1 ounce chocolate liqueur
1 ounce RumChata
0.5 ounce coconut cream
Rim hurricane glass with icing and coconut flakes. Pour all ingredients into a mixer over ice and shake well. Pour over fresh ice and top with whipped cream, chocolate chips and a coconut cookie.
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