Recipes

Below are a few of our favorite cocktails!  We’ve organized by the dominant spirit in the cocktail, but often have more than one Wigle spirit in a cocktail!  Please do not hesitate to ask if you don’t see a recipe you are interested in – info@wiglewhiskey.com

Current Tasting Room Cocktails

Pennsylvania Rye Cocktails

Pennsylvania Bourbon Cocktails

Afterglow, Ginger Whiskey, Cocktails

Dutch Gin Cocktails

Landlocked Spiced Rum Cocktails

Current Recipes

Cinnamon Toast Punch

Notes

There is something nostalgic about the dessert cereals of the 1980s and 1990s.  Cinnamon toast crunch holds a special place in my memory.  When I nose our cinnamon whiskey, many of those memories are cued.  Combined with our coffee liqueur, this drink is everything you would want it to be in a cream based cocktail – indulgent and satisfying.

Ingredients

1 oz Cinnamon Whiskey

1 oz Coffee Liqueur

2 oz Coconut Milk

A few dashes of Wigle Organic Molé Bitters

Preparation

Combine all ingredients into a shaker tin.  Add ice and shake vigorously.  Strain into a highball glass with crushed ice.  Top with ground cinnamon and mole bitters.

Party at the Yough Club

Notes

The Yough is an endearing reference to a river in Western Pennsylvania with a robust outdoor activity scene.  This is a drink that you would want after tubing down a river.  Refreshing and citrusy, its Tiki roots shine in this inland based cocktail.

Ingredients

1 oz Landlocked Spiced Honey Flavored Rum

1 oz Mango Nectar

1 oz Hibiscus Tea

0.5 oz lime juice

0.5 oz orange juice

A few dashes of Wigle Organic Pomander Orange Bitters

Preparation

Combine all ingredients into a shaker tin.  Fill with ice and shake vigorously.  Strain into a glass with crushed ice.  Top with pomander orange bitters. and garnish with a lime round.

Pennsylvania Rye Tai

Notes

Pennsylvania Rye Tai is our take on a classic Tiki drink.  We’ve combine our rye with Maggie Farm’s, a neighbor distillery, Falernum to make a refreshing and citrusy drink.

Ingredients

1 oz Wigle Organic Pennsylvania Rye

1 oz Maggie’s Farm Falernum

3/4 oz Lemon Juice

1/4 oz simple syrup

Several Dashes, Wigle Organic Pomander Orange Bitters

Preparation

Combine all the ingredients, add ice and shake vigorously.  Strain into a highball glass with fresh ice.

Garnish

Garnish with an orange round

Not Too Bitter, Not Too Sweet

Notes

This is a triple lemon layered drink.  We’ve combined our limoncello with lemon juice and lemon soda.  Topped with our Rosemary Lavender bitters, which are also imbued with lemon, accentuates the aromatics.  Refreshing for a spring day.

 

Ingredients

1.5 oz Wigle Lemon Limencello

0.5 oz Lemon juice

Top with Bitter Lemon Soda

A few dashes of Wigle Organic Rosemary Lavender Bitters

Preparation

Combine all ingredients in a rocks glass with ice, stir, and garnish with a dried lemon round.

Holy Moly

Notes

Basil and and pepper simple syrup combine well with many spirits.  In this case, we’ve combine this powerhouse pair with our gin and lemon.  The combination of flavors makes a drink that echoes the quenching qualities of a margarita.

Ingredients

1 oz Gin

1 oz Lemon juice

1.5 oz Tulsi Holy Basil Tea

1 oz Pink Peppercorn syrup

A few dashes of Wigle Organic Molé bitters

Preparation

Combine all ingredients into a shaker tin with ice.  Shake vigorously and strain into a martini glass.  Garnish with a fresh lemon round.

Watcha Oaxaca About?

Notes

Our Oaxacan Rye whiskey showcases a great combination of the wonderful flavors our rye with the smoke and spice of mezcal.  Built as a sour, the citrus accentuates the smoke and compliments the sweetness of the rye.

Ingredients

1.5 oz Oaxaca Rye

1 oz Lemon juice

1 oz Grapefruit Juice

1 oz Simple syrup

A few dashes of Wigle Organic Aromatic bitters

Preparation

Holding the bitters, combine the other ingredients into a cocktail shaker.  Add ice and shake vigorously.  Strain into a martini glass and top with aromatic bitters.


Pennsylvania Rye cocktails

Vieux Carre

Notes

A Vieux Carre is one of my all time favorite rye whiskey cocktails.  The basis of the cocktail is rye, sweet vermouth and brandy, with a dash of benedictine and bitters.   In place of Bénédictine Liqueur, try substituting Wigle Organic Absent Minded absinthe, Chartreuse, or an amaro, depending on what’s on hand.  For the brandy, try substituting Wigle Apple Liqueur, which is an apple brandy sweetened with fresh pressed apple cider.  If you have a bottle of Landlocked Oaked, that will also work well.

Wigle Rye
Wigle Organic Straight Rye Whiskey

Ingredients

0.75 oz Wigle Organic Pennsylvania Straight Rye Whiskey

0.75 oz Wigle Cocktail Mixer No. 1

0.75 oz Wigle Apple Liqueur

1 bar spoon of Wigle Organic Absent Minded Absinthe (or Bénédictine)

1 dash of Wigle Organic Aromatic Bitters

1 dash of Wigle Organic Pomander Orange Bitters

Preparation

Combine all the ingredients, add ice and stir for 30 seconds to 1 minute.  Strain into a coupe to enjoy up, or a rocks glass with a single large cube.

Garnish

Garnish with lemon or orange peel, expressed over glass.  (Consider, also, one of your favorite cocktail cherries).

Wigle Mon-hattan

Notes

A manhattan is arguable the classic whiskey cocktail that can be made with rye (or your whiskey of choice!).  The Wigle Mon-hattan is a play on this in that we are using our take on Monongahela Rye (the Monongahela is one of the three major rivers in Pittsburgh) and Wigle Cocktail Mixer No. 1, our take on a sweet vermouth built on sweet cider rather than fortified wine for that uniquely Pennsylvania influence.

Wigle Rye
Wigle Organic Straight Rye Whiskey

Ingredients

2 oz Wigle Organic Pennsylvania Straight Rye Whiskey

1 oz Wigle Cocktail Mixer #1 (sweet vermouth)

3-4 dashes Wigle Organic Pomander Orange Bitters

Preparation

Carefully measure all ingredients, pouring them into a mixing glass. Add a generous scoop of ice, and stir until well chilled. Strain into a coupe to serve up or a rocks glass with a large cube, and serve with your favorite cocktail cherry.

Garnish

Your favorite cocktail cherry.  Try also adding a lemon or orange peel that you express over the finished cocktail.

Wigle Sazerac

Notes

The sazerac cocktail, which has deep roots in New Orleans, has established a strong following of rye lovers.  A combination of rye whiskey, absinthe, bitters and sugar, and often served neat, it offers a full bodied, booze forward cocktail.  Wigle pays homage to this cocktail with the a slight variation based on the organic bitters we have to offer and the uniquely minty absinthe we produce.

Wigle Rye
Wigle Organic Straight Rye Whiskey

Ingredients

2 oz Wigle Organic Pennsylvania Straight Rye Whiskey

½ oz birch bark simple syrup

¼ oz Wigle Organic Absent Minded absinthe

2 dashes Wigle Organic Rosemary Lavender Bitters

2 dashes Wigle Organice Pomander Orange Bitters

Preparation

To make the Birch bark Syrup, combine 1 part sugar, 1 part boiling water, dried birch bark or sarsaparilla.  

Rinse the interior of the rocks glass with the absinthe.  Fill the glass with crushed ice and water and set aside to chill. Carefully measure the remaining ingredients, pouring them into a mixing glass. Add a generous scoop of ice, and stir until well chilled. Discard the ice and excess absinthe from the prepared glass, and strain the cocktail into the glass. Served neat, with a lemon twist for garnish.

Garnish

A lemon twist expressed over the final cocktail and a quick rub of the rim if you so choose.  Also, while traditionally served neat, consider garnishing with a large ice cube to allow the drink to open up a little more.

Wigle Whiskey Old Fashioned

Notes

Arguably, the definition of a cocktail (spirits, bitters, sugar and water), the old fashioned as experience a resurgence.  We serve it at the distillery without muddled slices of orange and cherries, though many people enjoy the more fruit forward versions of this cocktail.

Wigle Rye
Wigle Organic Straight Rye Whiskey

Ingredients

2 oz of your favorite Wigle Whiskey (rye, wheat, bourbon or something more adventurous!)

1 sugar cube

2 dashes Wigle Organic Pomander Orange

2 dashes Wigle Organic Aromatic Bitters

Splash of water

Preparation

In a rocks glass, saturate the sugar cube with bitters. Add a splash of water, and muddle until dissolved. Add whiskey and large cube, and stir until well chilled. Garnish with a large swath of orange peel.

Garnish

A nice orange twist, expressed over the glass.  Add your favorite cocktail cherry if you want to sweeten.


Pennsylvania Bourbon Cocktails

Wigle Whiskey Sour

Notes

Wigle’s take on a whiskey sour balances the tart lemon juice with agave syrup and smooths it out with an egg white.

Wigle Bourbon
Wigle Organic Pennsylvania Straight Bourbon Whiskey

Ingredients

2 oz Wigle Organic Pennsylvania Straight Bourbon Whiskey

¾ oz lemon juice

¾ oz demerara sugar syrup

2 dashes Wigle Organic Aromatic Bitters

1 Egg white

Preparation

Measure all ingredients carefully, pouring them into a shaking tin. Vigorously shake without ice until everything is incorporated. Add a generous scoop of ice and shake again until well chilled. Strain into a chilled coupe glass, and garnish with 2 drops of bitters on top.

Garnish

2 dashes of Wigle Organic Aromatic Bitters

Wigle Boulevardier

Notes

A boulevardier cocktail combines the rich spirits of whiskey, Campari and sweet vermouth.  Depending on your love of Campari, you can adjust the balance of the cocktail by increasing the whiskey.

Wigle Bourbon
Wigle Organic Pennsylvania Straight Bourbon Whiskey

Ingredients

¾ oz Wigle Organic Pennsylvania Straight Bourbon Whiskey

¾ oz Campari or your favorite bitter orange liqueur

¾ oz Wigle Cocktail Mixer No 1 (or your favorite sweet vermouth)

Preparation

Measure all ingredients carefully, pouring them into a shaking tin. Add a generous scoop of ice and stir until well chilled. Strain into a chilled coupe glass, and garnish with an orange peel.  Consider, alternatively, straining into rocks glass with large cube to allow cocktail to mellow and open up as it slowly dilutes.

Garnish

Express an orange peel over the cocktail and attach to the rim

Wigle's Revolver

Note

This cocktail compliments the traditional whiskey flavors with the roast-y coffee flavors of a coffee liqueur.  Consider swapping out the whiskey for your favorite style (try bourbon or wheat).

Wigle Rye
Wigle Organic Straight Rye Whiskey

Ingredients

1.5 oz Wigle Organic Pennsylvania Rye Whiskey

½  oz Wigle Organic Coffee Liqueur

3-4 dashes Wigle Organic Pomander Orange Bitters  

Preparation

Carefully measure all ingredients, pouring them into a mixing glass. Add a generous scoop of ice, and stir until well chilled. Strain into a rocks glass with a large cube, and garnish with an orange twist.

Garnish

Garnish with an orange twist expressed over the glass.  Consider swapping out a lemon peel expression for a variation.

Wigle Gets Lost

Notes

This cocktail uses Wigle’s rhubarb liqueur to sweeten the whiskey while adding a few herbal and spicy notes that are complimented by refreshing lime.  Consider substituting your favorite Wigle Whiskey or decreasing the absinthe dose if you’d prefer to minimize the licorice flavor.  However, this cocktail is tied together and brightened with the lime,

Ingredients

1.5 oz Wigle Organic Wheat Whiskey

1 oz Wigle Rhubarb Liqueur

¼ oz Wigle Organic Absent Minded Absinthe

¼ oz smoked simple syrup

Lime zest

Preparation

Measure all ingredients carefully, pouring them into a shaking tin. Add a generous scoop of ice and shake until well chilled. Strain into a chilled coupe glass, and serve garnished with a lime wedge. Served up in a chilled coup glass.

Garnish

A lime wedged sized for your glass, sliced in he center to attach to the rim.


Afterglow, Ginger Whiskey, Cocktails

Wigle's Old Fashioned Afterglow

Notes

This is a variation on an old fashioned, the basis of which is a spirit, sugar, bitters and water.  Wigle’s Afterglow Ginger Whiskey is nearly a cocktail in a bottle, flavored with roasted ginger and brown sugar, this product already has the makings of an old fashioned.  Feel free to adjust how much additional simple syrup you add, and play around with different bitters.  Wigle’s Rosemary Lavender bitters adds a savory note, but Wigle’s Pomander Orange bitters would work well, too.

Ginger Whiskey
Wigle Afterglow Ginger Whiskey

Ingredients

1.5 oz Wigle Afterglow Ginger Whiskey

½ oz honey simple syrup

3-4 dashes Wigle Organic Rosemary Lavender Bitters 

Preparation

Carefully measure all ingredients, pouring them into a stirring glass. Add a generous scoop of ice and stir until well chilled. Strain into a rocks glass over a large cube and garnish with a large orange twist.

Garnish

Orange twist

Wigle Bourbon Mint Julep

Notes

A mint julep is a refreshing bourbon cocktail with a storied tradition of consumed while watching equestrian races.  A variation on a whiskey smash, I enjoy the pleasant combination of the refreshing mint leaves and the traditional flavors of a whiskey.

Wigle Bourbon
Wigle Organic Pennsylvania Straight Bourbon Whiskey

Ingredients

2 oz Wigle Organic Pennsylvania Straight Bourbon Whiskey

½ oz simple syrup

6 – 8 mint leaves

Preparation

Muddle mint leaves and simple syrup in shaker tin to express the flavors of the mint.  Add the bourbon (or your Wigle Whiskey of choice) and a generous scoop of ice and shake until well chilled. Strain into a tall collins glass filled with crush iced garnish with a mint sprig.

Garnish

Mint Sprig


Wigle Dutch Style Gin Cocktails

Wigle Bijou

Notes

A Bijou is one of my favorite gin cocktails, combining gin, sweet vermouth and Green Chartreuse.  Experiment with Yellow Chartreuse or Strega for variations.

Wigle Gin
Wigle Organic Dutch Style Gin

Ingredients

1.5 oz Wigle Organic Dutch Style Gin

3/4 oz Green Chartreuse 

1 oz Wigle Cocktail Mixer No. 1

2 dashes Wigle Organic Pomander Orange Bitters

Preparation

Carefully measure all ingredients, pouring them into a mixing glass. Add a generous scoop of ice and stir until well chilled. Strain into a a coupe or your favorite martini glass.

Garnish

We’ll leave room for experimenting here — consider a sprig of cilantro or your favorite cocktail cherry.

Wigle Negroni

Notes

A negroni is a classic gin cocktail, combining gin, sweet vermouth and refreshingly bitter Campari.  I find myself often going back to this classic, but also enjoy experimenting with variations, including substituting Wigle Rhubarb Liqueur and Wigle Pomander Orange Bitters for the Campari.

Wigle Gin
Wigle Organic Dutch Style Gin

Ingredients

0.75 oz Wigle Organic Dutch Style Gin

0.75 oz Wigle Cocktail Mixer No. 1

0.75 oz Campari Bitter Orange Liqueur (Note – consider substituting 1 oz of Wigle Rhubarb Liqueur with 3-4 dashes of orange bitters) 

Preparation

Carefully measure all ingredients, pouring them into a stirring glass. Add a generous scoop of ice and stir until well chilled. Strain into a coupe glass (or your favorite martini glass) and garnish with a lemon twist or peel.  Consider, alternatively, straining into a rocks glass over a large cube and garnish with a large lemon peel, allowing the cocktail to slowly dilute and open up.

Garnish

Lemon peel

The Bouquet

Notes

This celebratory cocktail combines our floral barrel-rested gin with our apple brandy based apple liqueur, which is then topped with Threadbare’s Bouquet De Rosé.

Wigle Apple Liqueur
Wigle Apple Brandy Based Apple Liqueur

Ingredients

1.5 oz Wigle Organic Barrel-Rested Dutch Style Gin

1.5 oz Wigle Apple Liqueur

2-4 oz Rosé cider

Preparation

Carefully combine the gin and apple liqueur into a stirring glass. Add a generous scoop of ice and stir until well chilled. Strain into a collins glass with fresh ice, and top with rosé cider. Garnish with candied ginger on the rim.

Garnish

A piece of Candied Ginger pulls the together the floral and spice notes of this cocktail.

Wigle Gin Gimlet

Preparation

Our dutch style gin pairs well with lime juice for a refreshing take on this classic cocktail.  If you like this, try out another variation, the French Gimlet.

Wigle Gin
Wigle Organic Dutch Style Gin

Ingredients

2 oz Wigle Organice Dutch Style Gin

¾ fresh lime juice

¾ simple syrup

Preparation

Carefully measure all ingredients, pouring them into a shaking tin. Add a generous scoop of ice, and vigorously shake until well chilled. Strain into a chilled coupe glass, and garnish with a lime wheel. Served up in a coupe or your favorite martini glass.

Garnish

Slice a lime wheel or wedge and place on the rim of the glass.

French Gimlet

Preparation

One of my favorite combinations is our dutch style gin and elderflower liqueur.  Putting this combination in a gimlet with lime juice is delightfully refreshing.  If it is too tart, consider adding some simple syrup to balance the juice.

Wigle Gin
Wigle Organic Dutch Style Gin

Ingredients

2 oz Wigle Organice Dutch Style Gin

1 oz St. Germain or your favorite elderflower liqueur 

0.5 fresh lime juice

Preparation

Carefully measure all ingredients, pouring them into a shaking tin. Add a generous scoop of ice, and vigorously shake until well chilled. Strain into a chilled coupe glass, and garnish with a lime wheel. Served up in a coupe or your favorite martini glass.

Garnish

Slice a lime wheel or wedge and place on the rim of the glass.

Wigle Martini

Notes

The classic martini is one of the drinks that everyone likes just so.  Consequently, I caution you that this does not serve to replace that crisp martini shaken from a London dry gin.  Our gin has a heavier body with warmer flavors than the crisp combination of juniper, coriander and citrus.  Rather than just a nod to a dry vermouth, our gin welcomes a healthier dose.  Experiment with different dry vermouths — I prefer Dolin.

Wigle Gin
Wigle Organic Dutch Style Gin


Ingredients

2 oz Wigle Organic Dutch Style Gin

3/4 oz Dolin Dry Vermouth

Preparation

Combine the gin and vermouth in a shaker tin along with a generous scoop of ice.  Shake vigorously to chill as much as possible.  Strain into your favorite martini glass and garnish with a twist of lemon peel.

Garnish

A long twist of lemon.

Wigle Martinez

Notes

The martinez is a classic gin drink, often made with an old tom gin.  Our dutch style gin has a heavier body with warmer flavors than the crisp combination of juniper, coriander and citrus, echoing many of the qualities of an old tom gin.  The gin, sweet vermouth, cherry syrup and orange bitters makes for a decadent gin cocktail

Wigle Gin
Wigle Organic Dutch Style Gin


Ingredients

1.5 oz Wigle Organic Dutch Style Gin

1.5 oz Wigle Cocktail Mixer No. 1

1 teaspoon of syrup from the jar of your favorite cocktail cherries

3 dashes of Wigle Organic Pomander Orange Bitters

Preparation

Combine the ingredients in a mixing glass and add a generous scoop of ice.  Stir until well chilled — 30 seconds to 1 minute.  Strain into your favorite coup glass and garnish with a twist of lemon peel (and if you are feeling indulgent, one of those cocktail cherries).

Garnish

A long twist of lemon and cocktail cherry

Wigle's Whimsy

Notes

This cocktail is inspired by one I found written up by Kelso Norris in Imbibe.   As part of the write up, Kelso mentions that Ray Charles would request coffee and genever prior to a performance.  It is an interesting combination, but pairs really well and echoes some of the indulgence of tiki cocktails.

Wigle Gin
Wigle Organic Dutch Style Gin


Ingredients

1 oz Wigle Organic Dutch Style Gin

1 oz Sherry

1 oz Wigle Coffee Liqueur

2 oz coconut milk

3 dashes of Wigle Organic Molé Bitters

Preparation

Combine the ingredients in a shaker tin and add a generous scoop of ice.  Shake vigorously until well chilled.  Strain into a long style glass, such as a collins, filled with crushed ice.  

Garnish

Freshly grated nutmeg on the top brings out the aromatics.  Kelso also recommends the flourish of a banana leaf.

Bee's Knees

Notes

The Bees Knees is a classic gin cocktail that adds a honeyed body to the gin, yet balanced with the acidity of the lemon juice.  A refreshing cocktail that enhances the aromatics of the gin

Wigle Gin
Wigle Organic Dutch Style Gin

Ingredients

2 oz Wigle Organice Dutch Style Gin

1 oz  fresh lemon juice

¾ oz honey syrup

Preparation

Carefully measure all ingredients, pouring them into a shaking tin. Add a generous scoop of ice, and vigorously shake until well chilled. Strain into a chilled coupe glass or your favorite martini glass, and garnish with a lemon wheel. Served up.

Garnish

Slice a Lemon wheel or wedge and place on the rim of your glass

French 75

Notes

A French 75 is one of my favorite gin cocktails.  It is also one of my favorite champagne cocktails. We often substitute a sparkling cider from Threadbare Cider, but choose your favorite bubbles.

Wigle Gin
Wigle Organic Dutch Style Gin

Ingredients

3 oz Threadbare Farmhouse Cider

1.5 oz Wigle Organice Dutch Style Gin

0.5 oz fresh lemon juice

0.25 oz simple syrup 

Preparation

Combine the gin, lemon juice and simple syrup into shaking tin. Add a generous scoop of ice, and vigorously shake until well chilled. Strain into a chilled champagne flute, and top with the Farmhouse Cider or your favorite champagne.  

Garnish

A lengthy lemon twist can drop into a champagne flute to make a celebratory garnish.

Gin and Tonic

Notes

A gin and tonic is one of the easiest and best known gin cocktail.  There are also a number of different tonics available today, all with different flavors.  You can adjust the amount of tonic to make the drink more gin forward or to extend it to an even longer drink.  You may already know your preference.  I prefer a lime wedge, but some people prefer lemon.

Wigle Gin
Wigle Organic Dutch Style Gin

Ingredients

1 oz Wigle Organice Dutch Style Gin

2.5 oz Tonic Water (a great choice is Fever Tree Elderflower Tonic)

2 dashes of Wigle Organic Rosemary Lavender bitters

Preparation

Fill a collins glass with ice and add tonic water.  Next, add the gin and dashes of bitters with a quick stir to integrate the gin, but not to disrupt the carbonation of the tonic too much.  Garnish with a wedge of lime.  Adding the tonic first allows the carbonation to float up and continue to mix the drink.

Garnish

A lime wedge squeezed into the drink pulls everything together.

South Side

Notes

The South Side is a refreshing gin drink that uses our limoncello and mint to balance the citrus flavors.

Wigle Gin
Wigle Organic Dutch Style Gin

Ingredients

2 oz Ginever

¾ oz lime juice

1 oz Lemon Limoncello

7-10 mint leaves  

Preparation

Carefully measure all ingredients, pouring them into a shaking tin along with most of the mint leaves (reserve a couple for garnish). Add a generous scoop of ice, and shake vigorously until well chilled. Double strain over fresh ice into a chilled coupe.

Garnish

A sprig of mint on top of the coupe will add wonderful aromatics.


Landlocked Spiced Rum Cocktails

Spiced Daiquiri

Notes

A daiquiri is a classic rum cocktail, similar to the gimlet, of combining the flavors of a spirit with a lime.  We think the spices in our spiced rum pair well with lime in this cocktail,

Landlocked Spiced Rum
Wigle Landlocked Spiced Honey Flavored Rum

Ingredients

2oz Wigle Landlocked Spiced honey flavored rum

¾ oz simple syrup

¾ oz lime juice

Preparation

Carefully measure all ingredients, pouring them into a shaking tin. Add a generous scoop of ice, and shake until well chilled. Strain into a coupe glass, and serve with a lime wheel. Served up.

Garnish

Lime wheel

Wigle Landlocked Spiked Cider

Notes

Landlocked Spiced does a great job turning hot apple cider into a dessert.  I’ve enjoyed this after dinner on a number of occasions, always with much satisfaction.  The whipped cream really brings it home.

Landlocked Spiced Rum
Wigle Landlocked Spiced Honey Flavored Rum

Ingredients

2 oz Wigle Landlocked Spiced honey flavored rum

4 oz sweet apple cider, heated

3 dashes of Wigle Organic Molé Bitters

Whipped Cream

Preparation

Warm the sweet apple cider.  Combine with Landlocked Spiced and pour into a warm beverage glass and top with the molé bitters and then whipped cream.  

Garnish

A chocolate covered caramel on the side.

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