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Three Delectable Purim Cocktails for Celebrating in Style

How do you celebrate the mitzvah of drinking? With some Purim cocktails of course! We’ve crafted three delicious concoctions that pay homage to the characters of this special Jewish festival. After all, the 4th century rabbi Rava said it best when he exclaimed, “One must drink on Purim until that person cannot distinguish between cursing Haman and blessing Mordechai.” And who are we to argue with that!

Purim Cocktail Recipes


Purim Cocktail

For those of you who think that Queen Vashti was an icy b!tch like us, this drink is definitely the one for you. Filled with sweetness and leaving behind a frosty bite from our Mint & Lime Iced Tea, it’s paired with a generous amount of vodka to ensure this Purim will be one to write down in your own Megillah one day.

1. Pour 150ml of Mint & Lime Iced Tea into one of your fancy tall glasses

2. Add 60ml of vodka for a slight kick

3. For some sweetness add 15ml simple syrup

4. Top off with soda water and a squeeze of lemon juice

5. Garnish with a lemon slice & mint leaves. Dress to impress doesn't only apply to your Purim getup but your drinks as well!

6. Stir with ice and enjoy!


Purim Cocktail

This one is for the wise. Not only will you look very dapper sipping on this bad boy while sitting in your comfy leather chair in a robe and slippers, but your bravery shines through as well, with a double shot of gin to get the night rolling.

1. For this you’ll need 60ml of your favourite gin

2. 15ml of our chai concentrate

3. Shake and strain over ice

4. Garnish with a cinnamon stick & a slice of orange


Purim Cocktail

A mix that’s sure to get your rashanim (noisemakers) going. Not only does it have the Doubleshot coffee you’ve been craving but a generous dose of vodka is in there too, an added bonus to help celebrate your Purim party!

1. Add 60ml of freshly brewed coffee

2. Mix in 60ml of vodka, don’t be shy!

3. 20ml of our rich cacao SYRP

4. Shake like you’ve just heard Haman’s name

5. Strain into a martini glass

6. Garnish with coffee beans and a sprig of mint

And that’s it, you’re all set to mix up these Purim cocktail recipes, but if you have any of your own go ahead and school us. Add them to the comments below so we can try them out!

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