Your drink will only be as good as the ingredients you use and the recipes you follow, so choose a premium vodka, such as Pure Class to create the ultimate drink. Vodka is the best spirit and the most popular base for cocktails.
At the distillery for tours, our house special drink is named the “Jimmy Hendricks” after my husband Jim! As I tell folks, he only has a couple a day, but his glass is HUGE!! A Jimmy Hendricks is Pure Class Vodka, mostly Mountain Dew, a splash of Orange juice and just a couple drops of Mango Nector (You can get this at Walmart or it is in the Mexican section in many grocery stores.
Love cookies? Click here is a great Eureka Moon cookie recipe!
Eureka Moon flavors can put together a lot of interesting drinks! Here are a couple you can try:
1 Oz each of Eureka Moon Apple Cobbler, triple sec and pineapple syrup (liquid part of canned pineapple) Shake with ice, pour into glass, garnish with maraschino cherry. Very tasty!
Shot of Apple Cobbler and Ginger beer. You can also add a splash of cranberry on top.
Try Eureka Moon Mango Habanero as a Moscow Mule! Just add ginger beer and a bit of lime to EM Mango Habanero and enjoy! Lime really sets this flavor off, so try sweet or sour with a bit of lime.
Eureka Moon Salted Caramel is great mixed with Mountain Dew, creme soda, Coke, Orange juice, flavored creamer, Baileys or Rum Chata! Eureka Moon Maple is great with Coke, your flavored creamers, Baileys, and you can try both of these over ice creme or make a shake!
The Strawberry and Huckleberry are great with Lemonade. Try adding a splash of 7-up and/or grenadine.
I take Eureka Moon Coffee and just mix it with milk! I call this a poor mans White Russian! I have also used a 375ml of Coffee, 1 qt. half and half with a 1/2 c. chocolate syrup. Mix and serve over ice. Or skip the half & half and chocolate syrup and just mix the Coffee Eureka Moon with Chocolate milk! Delicious!!
Our aged Eureka Gold does make fabulous Old fashions! Our son likes to add just a splash of Eureka Moon Maple or Mango Habanero for something just a little different.
Every Day Recipes
Holiday Recipes or just for anytime!!
Ring in the New Year in Style and survive the next day with Pure Class Vodka!As you know, it is the way our vodka is distilled which will prevent you from the hangovers – but we can not guarantee that when it is mixed with other alcohol! Please enjoy, but always drink in moderation!
What Is infusing Vodka
Infusing Vodka is the process of adding flavor from herbs, spices, fruits or veggies to create your own custom spirits for mixing or enjoying on their own.
Infusing Vodka with flavor is a great way to experiment and shock your taste buds in a healthy, natural way – unlike flavored vodkas which are high in sugar.
Start with a smooth and clean vodka such as Pure Class as the foundation in creating a great infusion.
Begin by using a clean, air tight jar. Glass is preferred. Wash your ingredients and place inside the jar. Add Pure Class Vodka to fill, shake a few times and wait! The timing can be anywhere from 3-5 days in a cool, dark place, up to a week. You will want to taste test every couple of days to see if the flavors are to your liking. Once the flavors have marinated the vodka to peak flavoring, you remove the ingredients and strain with a coffee filter. Store the infused vodka as you would any other vodka.
Bloody Mary Infusion
2 Mini Sweet peppers
1/2 carrot, peeled and sliced
1/2 stick celery
1/2 jalapeno sliced
3″ piece of horseradish root
1 clove crushed garlic
2 – 1″ slice of green pepper
1 – 1″ slice of Onion
Strawberry Kiwi Infusion
1 kiwi peeled & sliced
9 Strawberries sliced
Great mixed with lemonade or tonic
Wild Berry Infusion
1/2 pint blackberries
1/2 pint raspberries
1/2 pint blueberries
Honey Crisp (Apple Martini) Infusion
1 large honey crisp apple (remove core & slice)
Pumpkin Spice Infusion
1 vanilla bean
1 bannana squash
12 whole nutmegs
ESPRESSO CINNAMON (Use in White Russian) Infusion
3 TBSP whole espresso beans
3 sticks of cinnamon