Blood Orange Mule

Blood Orange Mule (2 servings)

Ingredients:

3oz Vodka
4oz La Paz Blood Orange Sour
1oz La Paz Lime Juice
8oz Ginger beer

Directions:
Fill your copper mug with crushed ice and put aside. In a shaker combine vodka, La Paz Blood Orange Sour, La Paz Lime Juice, ginger beer and gently shake. Strain over prepared ice, and float a blood orange slice on top to garnish.


 
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Pickleback Party

                With different tales floating around, who knows where it came from or how it started, but the Pickleback is definitely here to stay! When I first started out here at La Paz I just had to try all the mixes! Not only to my own benefit I swear, but I had to know what we’re selling right?  I was seriously in love with everything, and I am still experimenting with recipes as time goes on, but the Pickleback quickly became my favorite! For those who don’t like pickles it starts off as a dare, from a bartender or a friend, definitely from me, or in my case, my boss. For the ones who don’t like whiskey it’s a total game changer, and for everyone else it’s just pure fun! Pickleback works best with Irish Whiskey for whatever reason, Jameson or Tullamore Dew are our favs! Science calls pickle brine a hangover cure, or at least that’s what I like to believe. Here, all I can say in my experience is that the pickle brine vinegar acts as a neutralizer to the burn of the whiskey. Which to my excitement, for both my love of whiskey and love of pickles, makes it easier to shoot whiskey and keep the party going! Here’s how:

·  Shoot 1 shot of Irish Whiskey

·  Chase with ½ shot of La Paz Pickleback

Cheers!

 


 
 
 
Classic Bloody Mary
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  • Classic Bloody Mary (1 serving)

    Ingredients:

    1.5oz vodka
    4oz La Paz Bloody Mary Mix

    Directions:
    Fill glass with ice and put aside. Combine all ingredients in a shaker with ice. Shake and strain over glass with prepared ice. Garnish with celery, small dill pickles, lemon, bacon, or as desired. Optional: rim with kosher and celery salt. Cheers!