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Raise Your Spirits

Four refreshing twists on your favorite summer cocktails.

Raise Your Spirits

Four refreshing twists on your favorite summer cocktails.

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ST. ELDER-RITA

2 oz. silver tequila
1 oz. St. Elder
1/2 oz. fresh lime juice
Garnish: lime slice

Shake all ingredients with ice. Strain into a rocks filled glass. Garnish with a lime slice.


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ST. ELDER GREYHOUND

1.5 oz. vodka
1 oz. St. Elder Liqueur
2 oz. fresh grapefruit juice
Garnish: mint leaves, lime wedge

Shake ingredients with ice. Strain in to a chilled rocks glass. Garnish with mint leaves and lime wedge.


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ST. ELDER SHANDY

1 oz. St. Elder Liqueur
IPA or Belgian wheat beer

Pour St. Elder into a beer glass and top with your favorite IPA or Belgian wheat and a citrus twist.


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ST. ELDER SANGRIA

1 bottle dry white wine
1 cup St. Elder Liqueur
1/4 cup brandy
2 peaches, thinly sliced
1 orange, thinly sliced
Garnish: mint leaves and a peach slice

Mix all ingredients in a large pitcher. Serve in wine glasses over ice.


ABOUT ST. ELDER

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St. Elder is crafted in small batches from a natural extract of fresh elderflower blossoms. The result is a finely balanced, versatile liqueur that easily pairs with a variety of spirits, wines, and beers to liven up any classic cocktail.

Found mainly in warmer regions in the U.S., "American Elder" or Sambucus Canadensis typically blossoms in late spring. Its tiny, delicate, and creamy white petals provide the base for this artisanal blend.

Infused into our fine liqueur base, St. Elder offers up silky floral notes and alpine herb aromas with undertones of sweet ripe stone fruits and notes of citrusy grapefruit on the palate.

With its gentle floral and honeyed tones, St. Elder truly offers endless possibilities for both the professional and home mixologist. Its light citrus flavors balance perfectly with spirits, wines, and beers—enhancing both simple and more complex cocktail recipes.


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