Cocktails in the Country Graduate: Jen Marshall, The Shanty, Brooklyn NY and Butter & Scotch, Brooklyn NY, USA

by Gaz Regan · Sunday, January 10th, 2016 · 2015 students, CitC

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We’re happy to announce that

Jen Marshall, The Shanty at New York Distilling, Brooklyn NY and Butter & Scotch, Brooklyn NY

has earned a Masters of Service degree from Cocktails in the CountryJen Marshall

CitC’s Masters of Service Degree affirms that the Holder has completed, and fully understood, gaz regan’s Mindful Bartending Workshop, and has put the program into action.

gaz sez:

Jen did a fine job at Cocktails in the Country, and afterwards she wrote to let me know, “I definitely incorporate the universal greeting—being sure to say hello to everyone involved in a project, be it the dishwasher or the door man. This is hugely impactful.” Congratulations, Jen! You’ve earned your Masters of Service Certificate.

 

Here are some of the original cocktail recipes developed by Jen Marshall at

Cocktails in the Country

#1

1.5 oz. Edinburgh Gin

.5 oz. Passionfruit Puree

.5 oz. Hot Honey Syrup*

.5 oz. Fresh Lemon Juice

.25 oz. Simple Syrup (1:1)

Bitterman’s Tiki Bitters for garnish

Combine all ingredients in an ice filled tin and shake. Strain over fresh ice into a rocks glass. Add 2 drops of bitters for garnish.

 

*Hot Honey Syrup

Combine 1 cup each of honey and hot water, and 1 tbsp cayenne pepper. Stir until dissolved.

 

#2

2 oz. Michter’s Rye

.75 oz. Fresh Lemon Juice

.5 oz. Spiced Maple Simple*

Combine all ingredients in an ice filled tin and shake. Strain over fresh ice into a rocks glass.

 

* Spiced Maple Syrup

Add 1.5 cups pure maple syrup to a small saucepan. In a small mesh bag, add: 8 black peppercorns, 6 whole allspice, 6 whole cloves, 2 cinnamon sticks, and 3 orange zest strips. Add to saucepan, heat over low heat for 5 minutes.

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