Happy Hour

Happy Hour: 7.18.18

ice cream
When you’re a kid, ice cream means the perfect treat on a hot summer night, but as adults, we need a little more than just sugar. Adding alcohol to ice cream, floats and shakes makes our evenings special. When deciding on your ingredients, focus on what you drink, what you eat and of course, great quality. These ice cream beverages can be enjoyed whenever you’re in the mood.

sparkling raspberry sorbet float 
>> If you want something cold and refreshing, a fresh fruit sorbet with sparkling wine will hit the spot.

sorbet:
11.8 oz. sugar
8.8 oz. water
1.2 oz. glucose
8.8 oz. raspberry puree
.5 oz. lemon juice

Bring water, sugar and glucose to boil in medium saucepan. Remove pan from heat, and add raspberry puree and lemon juice. Pour into container and freeze overnight.

float:
1 scoop raspberry sorbet
4 oz. prosecco
3 frozen raspberries for garnish

Place the raspberry sorbet in a champagne glass, top with Prosecco and garnish with the frozen raspberries.

chocolate bourbon shake 
>> If you are craving something rich, creamy and decadent, this shake is the answer.

chocolate ice cream:

1.5 quarts milk
1.1 quarts cream
1 c cocoa powder
12 oz. sugar
5 oz. milk chocolate
2 oz. dark chocolate

Simmer milk, cream and sugar in medium saucepan for 5 minutes over medium heat. Leave saucepan on heat and add cocoa powder. Whisk until incorporated. Add both chocolates and whisk until dissolved. Reduce heat; let mixture thicken for 15 minutes. Remove from heat. Pour liquid through sieve into a container for a smooth consistency. Freeze overnight.

shake:
½ pint chocolate ice cream
1.5 oz. bourbon
1/4 c whole milk
whipped cream
caramel sauce

Blend ice cream, milk and bourbon to a smooth consistency. Pour mixture into a glass, top with whipped cream and drizzle with caramel sauce.

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