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Featured Recipes
Bakon Mary

Bakon Mary

Our flagship drink. Perfect for a weekend brunch or a tailgate party. You won't find a better Bloody Mary!

• 1½ oz. Bakon Vodka in a pint glass filled with ice.
• Fill glass with tomato juice
• 1 dash each of celery salt and ground black pepper
• 2-4 dashes each of Worcestershire sauce and Tabasco

Shake and pour into a salt rimmed pint glass. Garnish with a celery stalk and your
favorite pickled vegetables.

Bakon Chocolate Martini - CoCo pig

Bakon Chocolate Martini - CoCo Pig

The smokiness of the bacon enhances chocolate in ways you won't believe!

• 2oz Bakon Vodka
• 2oz chocolate liqueur
• 1oz Irish cream
• A splash of cream

Combine in a cocktail shaker and shake with ice. Strain and pour into a sugar-rimmed martini glass.

The Pickled Bakon Martini

The Pickled Bakon Martini

The dirty martini just met it's match! For you pickle juice lovers out there, this cocktail will not disappoint.

• 2 oz. Bakon Vodka
• 2 oz. pickle juice

Combine in a cocktail shaker and shake with ice. Strain and pour into a salt-rimmed martini glass. Garnish with dill pickle spear.
Created by Rusty Oakes at Prime1000 Steakhouse in St Louis, MO.

Pizza Shot

Pizza Shot

Tastes just like a slice of Hawaiian style pizza.

• 1.5 parts Bakon Vodka
• 1 part tomato juice
• 1 part pinapple juice
dash of salt and oregano

Serve in a shot glass. No need to chill.
Created by Joe Couden at the Grizzled Wizzard, Seattle, WA

The BLT Martini

The BLT Martini

Winning recipe from the "Palm Springs Cocktail Challenge"!

• 3 parts Bakon Vodka
• 1 part Tomato Juice
• Layer with seasoned "Tomato Foam"
(Strained Tomato Juice, White Pepper, White Worcestershire, Sea Salt, Olive Oil and Lecithin)
• Crushed Seasoned Croutons
• Romaine Spear & Cherry Tomato

Tomato Foam: Chop 2-3 large tomatoes and strain through a sieve or cheesecloth. Add the pepper, Worcestershire, salt and oil to taste. Can be made several days ahead and kept chilled. Just before service add 2-3 teaspoons of lecithin (a soy based thickening agent) and process in a blender or food processor. The foam will rise to the top and the lecithin will help it hold together.

In a shaker, combine 3 parts Bakon Vodka to one part plain tomato juice. Shake well and strain into a chilled martini glass. Spoon on a thick layer of the tomato foam as a float. Sprinkle crushed seasoned croutons on top of the foam. Pick a small romaine spear from the heart of the bunch and skewer it with two small cherry tomatoes. Rest the skewer on the rim of the glass and serve.
Created by Scot Newell, Senior bartender, Georgie's Alibi (www.georgiesalibi.com), Fort Lauderdale, FL

Bakon L'Orange

Bakon L'Orange

Umami flavor enhances this orange and vanilla cocktail to create a complex but light, refreshing martini.

• 1 ½ oz Bakon Vodka
• ¼ oz Frangelico
• ¼ oz Navan Vanilla
• ¼ oz Grand Marnier
• Dash of orange bitters

Chill and serve in a martini glass. Garnish orange twist.
Created by Justin Freet at Liberty bar in Seattle, WA.

Hawaiian Luau

Hawaiian Luau

Like the flavors in this Hawaiian feast, sweet and savory elements combine to make a refreshing summery drink.

• 1½ oz Bakon Vodka
• 3 oz Pineapple Juice
• Spash (½ oz) Butterscotch Schnapps

Chill and serve in a hi-ball glass. Garnish with a pineapple wedge or other fruit. Can also be served as a martini or shot.

Cocktail Recipes
Le Veste de Fumée

Le Veste de Fumée

A sophisticated, herbal and smoke concoction you won't find anywhere else.

• 1 ½ oz Bakon Vodka
• ½ oz Dolin Blanc Vermouth
• ¼ oz Yellow Chartreuse
• ¼ oz Chipicapa Del Maguey Mezcal
• Dash of Regan's Orange Bitters

Stir and strain in glass. Garnish with orange twist.

Bakon and Egg Martini

Bakon and Egg Martini

• 1 part Bacon Vodka
• 3 hard-boiled quail eggs

Chill and serve in a martini glass
Created by Jeffrey "Bonenose" Long, Howell, Michigan

Bloody Masuki

Bloody Masuki

• 1 ½ oz Bakon Vodka
• 2 oz Tomato juice
• dash of Bitter Truth celery bitters
• ¼ oz wasabi
• Dash of Soy Sauce
• Dash of Tabasco

Build in Collins glass, garnish with cucumber slice. Optional salt rim.
Created by Justin Freet, Liberty Bar, Seattle, WA

Scottish Bacon

Scottish Bacon

Brawny and tough. If you enjoy the peet flavors of a Scotch or a super dirty martini, this is for you.

• 1 part Bakon Vodka
• 1 part Scotch

Chill and serve in a martini glass. Garnish w/ an olive stuffed with bleu cheese.

The Bakon flip

The "Bakon flip"

Better than eggnog for the holidays!

• One whole egg
• 1 ½ oz Bakon Vodka
• 1 oz Irish cream
• ½ oz Maple syrup

Shake vigorously and pour into a flip glass (or wine glass). Grate Fresh
nutmeg on top.
Created by Jason Crume at Toulouse Petit in Seattle, WA.

Sonoran Brunch

Sonoran Brunch

• 1 ½ oz Bakon Vodka
• 2 Muddled Figs
• Bar Spoon Pomegranate Molasses
• 1 oz Lemon Sour
• 1 ½ oz orange Juice
• Garnish with fig

Created by Trudy Thomas at The Camelback Inn, Scottsdale, AZ

Porch Swing

Porch Swing

1 ½ oz Bakon Vodka
½ oz Southern Comfort
1 ½ oz Lemon sour
1 oz Apricot Puree
¼ oz Pineapple juice
2 dashes orange bitters
Garnish with pineapple wedge

Created by Trudy Thomas and Doug Lyons at The Camelback Inn, Scottsdale, AZ

Bakon Mocha Martini

Bakon Mocha Martini

1 oz Bakon Vodka
1 oz Godiva White Chocolate liqueur
½ oz Kahluah
1 oz Heavy whipping cream

Dry shake just the whipping cream to make a heavy foam. Layer over other ingredients in a mixing glass, shake with ice.
Created by Trudy Thomas at The Camelback Inn, Scottsdale, AZ

French Countryside

French Countryside

1 ½ oz Bakon Vodka
¼ oz Yellow Chartreuse
½ oz Green Chartreuse
3 dashes celery bitters
¾ oz lemon juice
½ oz simple syrup

Created by Clint Spotleson at Jade Bar at Sanctuary, Scottsdale, AZ

The Elvis Presley

The Elvis Presley

The King himself would have loved this amazing combination of flavors.

• 1 part Bakon Vodka
• ½ part hazelnut liqueur
• ½ part banana liqueur
• splash of cream

Shake with ice and served like a Martini -or- strained into a shot glass.
Created by Scott Marx from Rock Bottom Brewery in Bellevue, WA.

Irish Boar

Irish Boar

• 2 parts Bakon Vodka
• 1 part coffee liqueur
• 1 part Irish cream
• ½ part hazelnut liqueur
• 1 part half-and-half

Shake with ice, strain into salt- and sugar-rimmed martini or rocks glass.
Contributed by Adam at the Twilight Exit Seattle, WA.

Bakon Belle

• 1 part Bacon Vodka
• 1 part Southern Comfort
• 1 part Amaretto
• Lime juice

Chill and serve in a martini glass

Bakon Apple Crisp

• 1 part Bakon Vodka
• 1 part Sparkling Apple Cider

Garnish with Cinnamon
Created by Kirk A. Haas

Russian Rural Sunrise

• 3 parts Bakon Vodka
• 6 parts Orange Juice
• 1 part Grenadine Syrup

Created by Aleksandr Ehlinger

Bakon Ball

• 2 parts Bakon Vodka
• 1 part Grand Marnier
• 1 part Pineapple juice
• 1 part Peach Schnapps

Created by Dustin Parres at Sub Zero Vodka Bar, St. Louis, MO

Irish Boar

Salted Caramel Bakon Martini

• 1 oz Bakon Vodka
• 1 oz Crown Royal
• ¾ oz Butterscotch Schnapps
• ¼ oz Cream

Combine all ingredients in a shaker. Shake rigorously and pour into a martini glass with a caramel rim sprinkled with coarse salt.
Created by Nicolle Reece at The Palm Restaurant, Chicago, IL

Bakon Pepper Margarita

• 1 part Bakon Vodka
• 2 parts silver/blanco tequila
• 1 Jalapeno pepper twist cut

drop the pepper in a rocks glass and let its flavors mix with the liquids. Add ice and enjoy!
Created by Paul Noebels

The Crispy Martini

• 1 ½ ounce Bacon Vodka
• 1 ½ ounce Green Olive Juice
• 1 splash Extra Dry Vermouth

Throw it all in a drink mixer with some cold ice, shake vigorously, enjoy!
Created by Daniel Douglass, Indiana

The Greek Martini

• 2 parts Bakon Vodka
• 1 part pepperoncini Juice
• one pepperoncini
• dash of pepper
• splash of Clamato juice.

Created by Desiree Holmes, Chicago

The Bakon Screwdriver

• 1 part Bakon Vodka
• 1 part orange juice

Serve on the rocks.
Created by Dane Berry

The Slam Casino

• 2 parts Bakon Vodka
• 3 parts Clamato
• strip of green pepper

Rim glass with paprika. Created by Saudia Gajadhar, Annapolis, MD

The Q-split

• 1 part Bakon Vodka
• 1 part orange vodka
• 1 part lemon juice
• 1 part coconut water

Rim glass with sugar.
Created by Q Spitler

Loaded Bakon

• 1 part Bakon Vodka
• 2 parts half-and-half
• 1 dash freshly ground black pepper
• 2 snips of chives
• 1 dash Tabasco
• 2 dashes of Worcestershire sauce

Shake with ice and pour into a sea salt-rimmed martini glass. Garnish with chives and serve with cheese.
Created by Jessica Beste, Ferndale, MI

The Bakon Bleu Martini

• 2 parts Bakon Vodka
• 1 part unflavored vodka
• 2 blue-cheese stuffed green olives that have soaked in Bakon vodka for at least 1 hour

Shake with ice, vodka and Bakon vodka, strain into chilled martini glass and add olives.
Created by Rose Mitchell

Bakon Nog (w/toast)

• 1 pt Bakon Vodka
• 1 pt egg nog

sprinkle with croutons.
Created by James Longworth

Black Rock Manhattan

• 1 part Bakon Vodka
• 1 part bourbon
• ½ part Kalhua
• ½ part triple sec

Shake vigorously with ice, serve straight up or on rocks with a cherry.
Created by Shawn Sonnenschein, Bossanova Ballroom, Portland, OR

Bakon Burger

• 1 oz Bakon Vodka
• 1 oz silver/blanco tequila
• 4 oz tomato juice
• ½ oz pickle brine

Created by Hinty

Shots/Shooter Recipes
Waffle Shot

Waffle Shot

A delicious homage to the most important meal of the day.

• 1 part Bakon Vodka
• 1 part Pinnacle Whipped Vodka

Serve in a shot glass. No need to chill.
Created by Nathan Morrow & Jina Hall at Dionysus Resturaunt & Lounge in Baltimore, MD.

Bakon Screwdriver Jelly Shot Recipe

A jiggly gelatinous cube with a sweet and citrus-y, smoky, bacon-y Screwdriver flavor.

• 1 ½ cups Orange Juice
• 2 Envelopes Knox Gelatin
• ¼ cup Vodka
• ¼ cup Bakon Vodka
• Cointreau (or similar liquor) to taste

Pour orange juice into a sauce pan and sprinkle gelatin on top; allow gelatin to soak for 1-2 minutes. Heat over low heat until gelatin has dissolved, approximately 5 minutes. Remove from heat and add alcohol. Tentatively add a few splashes of Cointreau (or similar orange liquor); taste and adjust as necessary. Pour into a lightly greased (nonreactive metal or glass) pan or silicon mold(s) and let set in the refrigerator. These shots are stupendous with a bacon "chaser." Enjoy!
Created by Christina Kalinowski from Minneapolis Cocktails Examiner

Bakon Cinnamon Roll Shot Recipe

• 1/2 oz. Bakon Vodka
• 2/3 oz. Bailey's Irish Cream
• 1/3 oz. Cinnamon Schnapps

Pour the Bailey's and Bakon Vodka into a shot glass, and top with the cinnamon schnapps. Stir gently. Enjoy! A word of caution: consume immediately as the drink may curdle over time.

Note: Not a substitute for breakfast.

Created by Christina Kalinowski from Minneapolis Cocktails Examiner

Swine Flu Shot

• 1 part Bakon Vodka
• 1 part Jaeger
• 1 part Goldschlager

Prosciutto-wrapped Melon Shot

• 3 parts Bakon Vodka
• 2 parts melon liqueur

Serve in a shot glass with a salted rim

Bakon Oyster Shooter

• 1 ½oz. Bakon Vodka
• 1 fresh, raw oyster
• Dash Tobasco Sauce

Combine in a shot glass. Garnish with lime wedge.
Created by Scott Mason of Baltimore, MD

Bakon Wrapped Dates Shot Recipe

• ½ oz. Bakon Vodka
• ½ oz. Vanilla Vodka
• ½ oz. Godiva Chocolate Liqueur
• ½ oz. Butterscotch Schnapps

Shake ingredients with ice and pour into into a shot glass.

Created by Rachelle Browne

Orange Bakon Bomb

• Bakon Vodka with float of Orange curacao in shot glass
• Drop in Red Bull

Created by Dan Good at Tiki Bobs in Seattle, WA.

The Pig Fart

• 1 oz Bakon vodka with a bourbon floater

Dropped into a highball glass of Hard Apple Cider.
Created by Dino Bach, Dino's Lounge, Ferndale, MI

The Vermont Breakfast

• 1 ½ oz Bakon vodka
• 4 big drops of maple syrup

Shake on ice, and shoot.
Created by Cameron Ryffel

Georgia Turkey Shoot

• 1 part Bakon Vodka
• 1 part Wild Turkey American Honey

Shake well, pour, and shoot.
Created by Scott Knudsen, Savannah, GA

Maple Bakon Slices

• 4 packs Knox Gelatin
• 2 cup Boiling Water
• 1 cup Apple Juice (chilled)
• 1 cup Bakon (chilled)
• 2 tablespoon Sugar
• 1 teaspoon Maple Extract (maybe a LITTLE less than 1-teaspoon. Mine was a tad strong)
• ½ cup Cream
• Red Food Coloring

Mix gelatin into hot water, stir till completely melted. Add sugar, stir till melted. Mix in Apple Juice and Bakon. Set aside 1-cup of liquid. In remaining, slowly add drops of red food coloring, stir till desired brightness. Pour into square baking pan. Let set in fridge for 3 hours. Remove pan, cut out thin wavy slivers thru-out. With set aside liquid, add cream (may need light heating). Pour over red gelatin into grooves and a thin layer on top. Place back in fridge for another 3 hours. When finished, remove from pan as solid sheet. (I had to hold it over a stove burner a little bit till it unstuck from the sides/bottom). With a hot knife, cut into slices.
Created by Scott Mason, Baltimore, MD

Food Recipes

Bakon Vodka Marinated Steak (Serves 6)

• 1/3 cup Bakon Vodka
• 1 tablespoon sea salt or 1/2 teaspoon table salt
• 2 tablespoons black peppercorns, crushed
• 3 tablespoons finely chopped parsley
• 2 tablespoons finely chopped thyme
• 3 cloves garlic, crushed
• 1/4 cup olive oil
• A slice of beef cut from the top of the rump, about an inch thick or 24 ounces

Combine marinade ingredients and put into a closed container with the beef, making sure to evenly coat with herbs. Marinate for 3 hours at room temperature. Or for superior results, marinate for 1 to 3 days in the refrigerator before cooking.

Cook to preferred temperature, and enjoy.
Photo by Christopher Erb, Mount Airy, Maryland

Bakon Vodka Fondue

• ½ lb Gruyere cheese, Shredded
• ½ lb Emnenthaler Cheese, Shredded
• 1 clove garlic
• 1 cup Bakon Vodka
• 1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice
• 3 ½ teaspoons cornstarch
• Pepper and nutmeg to taste

Rub the garlic inside the fondue pot then discard. Pour the Bakon Vodka and lemon juice into the pot and turn on the burner. Let the Bakon Vodka and lemon juice warm up without boiling. Reduce heat and add the shredded cheese. Mix well and stir regularly. Add remaining ingredients. Add pepper to taste. If the mixture is too hard, Bakon Vodka. If the mixture is too soft, add cheese. Dip bite size pieces of bread or vegetables.
Created by Phil D'Andrea

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