Bulleit Bourbon and Revelator Coffee Co. are Ready to Celebrate

Thursday 21st, September 2017 / 12:22 Written by
Bulleit Bourbon and Revelator Coffee Co. are Ready to Celebrate

Bulleit Bourbon and Revelator Coffee Co. are Ready to Celebrate National Coffee Day

No one needs a special holiday to proclaim their love of coffee – but on Friday, September 29th, Bulleit Bourbon and Revelator Coffee Co. will do just that as they celebrate National Coffee Day with people everywhere.

Bulleit has partnered with Revelator Coffee Company to bring you two delicious coffee cocktails for the holiday. No one said National Coffee Day had to be celebrated just in the morning. These recipes are perfect celebratory sippers to carry you into the week and to toast to everyone’s favorite caffeinated beverage. 

The Bulleit Kentucky Coffee with Vanilla Brown Sugar Syrup and Bulleit Cold Brew Old Fashioned bring together two of our favorite things— the distinctive taste of Bulleit Bourbon and the refreshing charm of Revelator’s Petunias Blend.

And of course, this will take us right into National Bourbon Heritage Month!

 

Bulleit Kentucky Coffee with Vanilla Brown Sugar Syrup 

Bulleit BourbonRecipe:
2.5 oz. Revelator Coffee Petunias Blend Cold Brew
1.25 oz. Bulleit Bourbon
Vanilla Brown Sugar Syrup (to taste)
Creamer (to taste)

Directions: Combine cold brew and Bulleit Bourbon in a glass. Add vanilla brown sugar syrup and creamer to taste.

Vanilla Brown Sugar Syrup

Recipe:
1 Cup of Water
1 Cup of Brown Sugar
1 Vanilla Bean, Split in Half
Directions: Boil water. Stir boiling water till the brown sugar dissolves and add vanilla bean. Let simmer for 5 minutes. Cool and store in the fridge for an hour then strain through a sieve and discard the solids.

Bulleit Cold Brew Old Fashioned 

Bulleit Bourbon

Recipe:

5 oz. Revelator Coffee Petunias Blend Cold Brew
1 oz. Bulleit Bourbon

1 oz. Simple Syrup

1 Orange Slice

Directions: Pour cold brew into a tall glass over ice then add Bulleit Bourbon and simple syrup to taste. Add a fresh cut orange immersed and/or to garnish.

 

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