BEST NEWS EVER: You can now drink and do good at the same time. (Not that kind of good. Well, maybe later.) A portion of the proceeds from Winterfest-inspired cocktails at participating bars and restaurants (listed below) will be donated to Winterfest Hartford to fund free skating and festivities for years to come. So make a drinknation. Be a sipporter. Go to a philanthropub. Isn’t Hartford the best?
Spicy Guava Margarita, $10
Onyx, Patron Citronage, sour mix and Guava puree served up, with a pink sugar rim.
Maple Moonshine Martini, $8
Onyx Moonshine, Vermont Ice Maple cream liqueur, Maple Syrup
City Steam Brewery
Rudolph’s Nose, $8
Vanilla bean infused Onyx 111 Moonshine, Absolut Vanilla Vodka, Bols Candy Cane Liqueur, Egg Nog, Cinnamon Garnish
Onyx Maple-Cran Smash, $10
Onyx Moonshine, house-made maple cranberry syrup, over crushed ice and stirred with a cinnamon stick
Onyx Milky Way, $10
Vanilla Bean infused Onyx, Chocolate Liqueur, Bailey’s
The Russian Lady
Apple Infused Onyx and Redds Apple Ale served over ice in a pint glass
Winter Moonshine, $9
Onyx, Cranberry Juice and a splash of Ginger Ale
Santa’s Coco Ness, $8
Vanilla infused Onyx, crème de cacao and Guinness, topped with whipped cream.
Local Project, $10
Fresh local apple-infused onyx, apple cider, fresh lemon juice, bitters and a sliced apple garnish
Vaughan’s Public House
Irish Tonic, $8.50
Onyx and Vaughan’s Family Secret
Moonshine Chai, $10
Onyx Moonshine, Espresso, Bailey’s Simple Syrup
Inspired by two classic and beloved winter cocktails, the white Russian and spiked egg nog, this decadent drink marries the warmth of Onyx Moonshine with creamy, sweet vanilla profile. A splash of real espresso can be felt in the depth of character. The subtle complexities of such rich ingredients is sure to warm the coldest of nights.