Four Leaf Spirits

You Drink. We Give.

Four Leaf Spirits is a micro-distillery in Woodinville, WA that is focused on producing sugar cane based spirits, liqueurs and rums, using Pacific Northwest sourced ingredients wherever possible.  We also donate a portion of our proceeds to various cancer research and education non-profits.

You Drink. We Give.

Celtic Breeze (A summer day on the patio in a glass)

  • 2 oz Sásta
  • 6 oz 7-UP
  • 2 lemon slices
  • 5 mint leaves

Muddle mint and lemon with ice in a pint glass.  Add Sásta and 7-Up, and more ice.  Stir.  Say ahhhhh!

 

Solstice (A bold sipper)

  • 1.5 oz Rum47 Amber Rum
  • ¾ oz Tine
  • 1 Dash of orange bitters (optional)

Mix Rum47 Amber, Tine and bitters in an old fashioned glass.  Sip slowly. Enjoy it neat for a winter solstice or on the rocks for a summer solstice. Magic.

 

Rum47 Old Fashioned (A rum twist on a classic)

  • 2 oz Rum47 Amber
  • 1 Sugar Cube
  • A few dashes Angostura bitters
  • 2  Bada Bing cherry (with a little juice for good measure)

Put the sugar cube in an Old Fashioned glass.  Soak with bitters.  I mean really soak it good.  Add one cherry, and muddle with the sugar and bitters .  Add ice and Rum47.  Stir to dissolve sugar.  Add the second cherry.  Find a nice dark leather chair and flop down in it. 

 

Honey Rum Zinger (A touch sweet, with a little zing)

  • 2 oz Comb and Cane Honey Rum
  • ¾ oz Tine
  • More than a few dashes Scrappy's Orange Bitters
  • 1  Bada Bing cherry (with a little juice for good measure)

Mix the C&C, Tine and bitters with ice.  Add the cherry and stir.  When you are done drinking it, don't forget to eat the cherry.  That's the best part.

 

MarTINEz (A twist on a classic, the Martinez was thought to be an early version of a martini)

  • 2 oz Tine
  • ½ oz Cocchi Vermouth
  • ¼ oz Maraschino Liqueur
  • 4 dashes orange bitters

Stir ingredients with ice.  Strain into martini glass.  Pour slowly into mouth.

 

Original Daiquiri (The refreshing, classic way - not the slushy sweet way)

·       1.5 oz Rum47 White Rum
·       Juice of 1 large lime
·       1/2 oz simple syrup

Juice the lime into shaker.  Add Rum47 and simple syrup.  Add ice and shake until the shaker is too cold to hold.  Strain into martini glass.  Loosen tie.

 

Megan's Basement (Super refreshing, perfect for after a workout inMegan's basement)

·       2 oz Tine
·       1 oz fresh squeezed grapefruit juice
·       1/2 oz simple syrup

Add all ingredients to a shaker with ice.  Shake until the shaker is too cold to hold.  Strain into martini glass.  Towel off.

 

Grey and Cloudy (A PNW twist on the classic Dark N Stormy)

·       1.5 oz Rum47 White Rum
·       Ginger beer
·       Lime wedge

Mix Rum47 and ginger beer (we like  Bedford's, made in Port Angeles) over ice in an old fashioned glass.  Squeeze and toss in a lime wedge.  Toast your friends.

 

McMulligan (Like an alcoholic, Earl Grey, Arnold Palmer)

·       2 oz Liath
·       1 oz fresh lemon juice
·      1/2 oz simple syrup
·       Splash soda water

Mix  Liath, lemon juice and simple syrup with ice in an old fashioned glass.  Top with a splash of soda.  Go ahead... swing again, we weren't looking.  

 

PSRC Honey Mojito (Honey and mint go well together)

·       2 oz C&C Honey Rum
·       ¼ large lime
·       8 mint Leaves
·       3 oz soda water
·       1/2 TBSP honey syrup

Muddle mint, lime and simple syrup with ice in highball glass.  Add C&C and soda water. Stir and garnish with mint. Dance.

 

C&C&C (Our twist on a Cuba Libre)

·       2 oz C&C Honey Rum
·       Cola (We like Jones Cola)
·       Lime wedge

Mix C&C and Cola over ice in an old fashioned glass.  Squeeze and toss in a lime wedge.  Drink.  Make another.

 

Amber Sástini (An amber version of the classic Martini, with an apple-y twist)

Stir ingredients with ice (unless you are James Bond, then feel free to shake it).  Strain into martini glass.

  

747 (Shout out to local Boeing peeps)

·       1.5 oz Rum47 White Rum
·       7-Up
·       Lemon wedge

Mix Rum47 and 7-Up over ice in an old fashioned glass.  Squeeze and toss in a lemon wedge.  Fly.

 

Put Your Feet Up Old Fashioned (A classic with an herbal tea twist)

  • 1 oz Sásta
  • 1 oz bourbon
  • 1 sugar cube
  • More than a few dashes Angostura Bitters
  • 2 Luxardo or Bada Bing cherries
  • 2 mandarin orange slices

Place sugar cube in old fashioned glass and soak with bitters.  Muddle sugar, bitters, one cherry and both orange wedges. Remove orange pulp.  Add bourbon (we like local bourbons like 2Bar Bourbon, Woodinville Whiskey, J.P. Trodden, etc) and Sásta and stir.  Add the second cherry.  Light Cigar.  If you wanna make it extra Irish, use Jameson’s instead of bourbon.