The Cape Codder Cocktail, Made With Rivulet Pecan Liqueur

April 10, 2020
RIvulet Pecan Liqueur Cape Codder Cocktail by JC Phelps of JCP Eats, A Kentucky-Based Food Blog

Hey, y’all!

It’s 5 o’clock somewhere, right? I know many of y’all enjoy having a cocktail at day’s end. With the state of the world and the pandemic, I think a cheery, bright cocktail is a very welcome addition to an afternoon.

Well, my friends, meet the Cape Codder, which is made with Rivulet Pecan Liqueur.

RIvulet Pecan Liqueur Cape Codder Cocktail by JC Phelps of JCP Eats, A Kentucky-Based Food Blog

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About Rivulet:

Rivulet® Artisan Pecan Liqueur is handcrafted in Louisville, KY. Rivulet starts with a 2-year-old, barrel-aged California brandy.  They then use a proprietary process to obtain the exquisite pecan essence, which I know y’all will love. It’s a deep flavor and mixes perfectly in a plethora of cocktails.

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While there are many cocktail recipes available on their website (click here for more inspiration), the Cape Codder caught my eye due to its color and the incorporation of triple sec (my favorite).

Take my recommendation: mix one (or two!) and enjoy on your back porch.

RIvulet Pecan Liqueur Cape Codder Cocktail by JC Phelps of JCP Eats, A Kentucky-Based Food Blog

RIvulet Pecan Liqueur Cape Codder Cocktail by JC Phelps of JCP Eats, A Kentucky-Based Food Blog

Rivulet Pecan Liqueur Cape Codder Cocktail

Ingredients:

1 oz. Rivulet Pecan Liqueur

Splash Triple Sec

Cranberry Juice

Lime Garnish

Directions:

  1. In a tall glass, over ice, pour 1 oz of Rivulet Pecan Liqueur.
  2. Add in a splash (or two!) of Triple Sec and top off with Cranberry Juice.
  3. Stir, garnish with a lime, and enjoy!

Now, y’all — how easy is that?

You can purchase Rivulet Pecan Liqueur via local retailers, along with finding it in bars/restaurants. To find out where you can buy it, click here. Also, in adherence to social distancing in the midst of the pandemic, you can also opt to have it delivered via a spirits delivery service.

RIvulet Pecan Liqueur Cape Codder Cocktail by JC Phelps of JCP Eats, A Kentucky-Based Food Blog

As always: Happy Eating, Happy Traveling (post-coronavirus, of course!), Happy Living!

Y’all come back now, ya hear?

My best,

JC

FTC: This post was kindly sponsored by Rivulet Pecan Liqueur; all opinions expressed, however, are my own.

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