Stoic and refined, our Mr. Crowley terpene cocktail keeps it real with rye, cinnamon, bitters, and woody, herbal aromas from Alpha-pinene and Terpinolene terpenes.
- Tastes Like: Woody and herbal with notes of cinnamon, pine, and rosemary.
- Terpenes: Alpha-Pinene, Terpinolene
- Alpha-Pinene Aroma: Woody with notes of pine and cedarwood.
- Terpinolene Aroma: Herbal with sweet notes of pine and citrus.
- 2 oz rye
- 1/4 oz cinnamon syrup*
- 3-4 dashes Angostura bitters
- 1 drop alpha-pinene terpene
- 1 drop terpinolene terpene
- Orange peel & rosemary sprig for garnish
- Combine all ingredients into a cocktail shaker.
- Stir for 20-30 seconds.
- Strain into an old-fashioned glass over a big ice cube.
- Garnish with orange peel and rosemary. Cheers!
*Cinnamon syrup: Measure 2 parts sugar to 1 part water (2:1) in a sauce pan. Bring to a boil and remove from heat. Add 4 cinnamon sticks (ratio is 2:1 to sugar). Let cool and sit overnight. Then, strain out cinnamon sticks and store in a glass container in the fridge for 2-3 weeks.
Disclaimer: Though isolated terpenes don’t contain THC or CBD, they’re still very potent and should be used carefully. When making your cocktail, use only 1-2 drops per 8 oz.
Think of terpenes as even purer forms of essential oils. They’re compounds found in cannabis and many other plants, and they’re responsible for their aromas, flavors, and physiological effects.
About Alpha-Pinene & Terpinolene
Alpha-pinene is a fresh, woody terpene with sharp pine and cedarwood aromas. Alpha-pinene is commonly found in coniferous trees like pine, as well as rosemary, eucalyptus, sage, frankincense, ironwort, and cannabis.
Terpinolene is a fresh, herbal terpene with a sweet, piney aroma and hints of citrus. Terpinolene is commonly found in apples, cumin, lilac, tea tree, pine, fir, and cannabis.