Orange Syrup Cocktail Recipes

With or without an alcoholic spirit like Whiskey, you can still make a wonderful drink that all can love and enjoy. 

Give an extra zing in your mocktails or cocktails by infusing your simple syrup with an orange flavor! With its sweet and refreshing taste, it can upgrade any cocktail of your choice. 

Listed are some ways to make this lovely orange syrup and combine with other flavors. 

1. Cold Brew Old Fashioned Recipe

Ingredients:

Preparation:

  1. In a pitcher, submerge the ground coffee in water for 12 hours. 
  2. Using a saucepan, make an orange syrup u mixing orange peels, Sugar and water. 
  3. Bring to a boil until slightly thick. 
  4. In a rocks glass, combine all ingredients and add ice. 
  5. Garnish with orange peel twist and a cherry. 
  6. Enjoy! 

2. Orange Ginger Shrub

Ingredients:

Preparation:

  1. In a sealable jar, put sliced ginger and muddle. 
  2. Peel oranges and muddle as well together with the ginger. 
  3. Add sugar and cider. 
  4. Pour lastly the lime juice. 
  5. Seal and shake. Leave for a week, make sure to shake everyday. 
  6. Use in cocktails by combining with tonic water or anything. 
  7. Enjoy! 

3. Cold Brew Orange Tonic

 Ingredients:

Preparation:

  1.  Submerge the coffee grounds in cold water for 24 hours.
  2. Using a saucepan, bring to a boil the orange peels, cardamom, water and Sugar. Set aside. 
  3. In a shaker, combine all ingredients and mix very well. 
  4. Pour the mixture in a glass with ice. 
  5. Garnish with orange peel.

Know Your Ingredients

  • Orange - an orange colored fruit with sweet and sour taste 
  • Tonic water - carbonated drink without quinine 
  • Coffee - brewed drink from roasted coffee beans

Bar Accessories 

  • Muddle Stick - used to smash ingredients to release its juices 
  •  Shaker - used to mix ingredients properly 
  • Stirrer - also called a Bar Spoon
  • Rocks Glass - also known as an old fashioned glass

Cheers! 

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