Jack and Canton Cocktail Recipe

Save $8.00 on Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey at your local Military Exchange!  Here is a great recipe to garnish the money you just saved with this awesome deal that is going on the entire month of September 2017! A drink is a drink. Be Sure to Drink Responsibly.

I served this delightful drink at a friend’s his & her wedding shower that I put together.  It has some of both the bride’s and groom’s favorite things.  SMASH HIT!  Everyone loved it.  It was the perfect drink for a warm summer evening.   It wasn’t so masculine that the women were overwhelmed and it wasn’t so feminine that the men were taken aback.  Super easy to whip together!

With summer coming to a close, it is time to stock up on those favorite drink recipes for future use! While the fall and winter months are perfect for warmer drinks, it is also a great time to try some new ones that you can use in parties. If you are not ready to try this deliciousness yet, save it for a night where you just want to relax at home and remember the fun memories of summer. If you are a super party planner, then you are already envisioning your next years get together’s. Make sure you add this delight to your drink

The Jack & Canton Cocktail is a bubbly and sweet drink that both men and women will enjoy!

Jack & Canton Cocktail:

Ingredients:

1oz. – Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey

1 2oz. – Domaine de Canton ginger liqueur

1oz. – Sweetened lime juice (such as Rose’s)

Tonic water

lime for garnish

tall glass for serving

Directions:

Add the Jack Daniel’s, Domaine de Canton and lime juice to a shaker and fill with ice.

Shake, and pour (un-strained) into a tall glass.

Top with a splash of tonic water, stir briefly and garnish with a lime wedge.

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This recipe is for those whom are of legal drinking age, 21 years or older!  Remember to NEVER serve a minor (any person under the age of 21 years) alcohol nor beverages that contain alcohol.

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