Fall cocktails featuring Brown Sugar Bourbon by Heritage Distillery

“Harvest Thyme” and Tablescapes

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It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Fall is here, and to celebrate, I’ve channeled my inner Martha Stewart and gone all out with a pumpkin and gourd tablescape to last through Thanksgiving, and I’ve also partnered with Heritage Distilling and created my go-to cocktail of the season with their amazing Brown Sugar Bourbon– aptly self titled, “Harvest Thyme.”  If you’re a fan of Fireball, BSB will be your new obsession.  It tastes like Autumn in a glass- but without an overly sweet finish.  I’ve included the recipe below (curtesy of my husband’s well-honed bartending skills), as well as a peak at my DIY Fall tablescape (Mojave helped me collect these branches from our property!)

Castle Vista Halloween TablescapeFall tablescape and brown sugar bourbon cocktail recipe by Designer Lauren Elaine

“Harvest Thyme” Cocktail Recipe:

-2 OZ BSB (Heritage Distillery Brown Sugar Bourbon)

-1 OZ Apple Liqueur (recommendation: Cavados Apple Brandy from France)

-1/2 OZ Lemon Juice

-2-3 Sprigs of fresh Thyme

-1 Egg White

-Lemon Peel (Garnish)/ Sprig of Thyme (Garnish)/ Dusting of Cinnamon (Garnish)

Directions: Pour BSB, apple liqueur, lemon juice, and egg white in a shaker. Shake without ice for a few seconds. Add ice and shake vigorously. Strain through a strainer into a martini glass. Garnish with lemon peel, thyme sprig, and a dusting of cinnamon. It’s Harvest time!

"Harvest Thyme" cocktails made with Heritage Distillery's Brown Sugar BourbonDesigner Lauren Elaine shares a Fall Cocktail recipe featuring Brown Sugar BourbonPumpkin and gourd Fall table scape decor by Designer Lauren Elaine at Castle VistaFall cocktails featuring Brown Sugar Bourbon by Heritage Distillery

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