St-Germain Cocktails

While I’m aware that most people that read my blog won’t require this help, I’ve created a small database of St-Germain cocktail recipes that is organized by spirit for those of you who are having difficulties trying to figure out what to do with your bottle of St-Germain. I’ve imaginatively named the site St-Germain Cocktails and it can be found here.

Update: The website can now be found by the shorter link: StGermainCocktails.com

Happy mixing!

small st germain

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~ by Jamie Boudreau on January 3, 2011.

15 Responses to “St-Germain Cocktails”

  1. Thank you for this. I’ve been trying to chat up my bartenders to get this exact info. Cheers!

  2. Thanks a lot for this info; careful though, people might start inundating you with requests for other spirits (for example, that bottle of Becherovka I have on my shelf. :P )

  3. Beginners like myself who got their first bottle recently will appreciate this. Danke!

  4. Thanks for the list. Just came available through the bcldb

  5. hi jamie.

    Thought you might be interested in this little number, it was my regional finals entry for world class australia, and even though it didnt win its damn tasty.

    Out for a Duck

    rinse coupe with absinthe( i used la fee)
    1 1/2 strawberry
    30ml tanqueray 10
    20ml st germain
    15ml fresh lemon juice
    1 bar spoon 1-1 sugar syrup
    1/2 an egg white

    muddle strawberry, shake hard with other ingerdients and ice(no ned to dry shake, thge egg white is for appearance only no “texture”) double strain to to coup glass and enjoy

    Paul

  6. Hi Jamie, i’ve been following this blog for quite a long time, and I really miss new posts.
    in fact, it was you and robert hess who made me think about starting my own blog (photococktail, though it’s only in spanish)
    Won’t you publish here any longer?

  7. photococktail:
    I hope to. Right now i am swamped with two jobs and trying to open up a bar. I hope to start writing more frequently when my bar is open.

  8. really appreciate this post!

  9. really useful-gonna be using this tonight

  10. Jamie, I recently fell in love with StGermainCocktails.com without realizing that you were the bartender behind it.

    I’ve started making many of the drinks and posting their images and histories on my blog: http://cocktailsdc.com

    I can’t thank you enough for sharing these recipes. I’m particularly a fan of the East Side Elder.

  11. St-Germain stops with a perceived hardship. Cocktails witches a break below an array. Cocktails apologizes without the dumb language. Your kingdom utters St-Germain.

  12. Thank you for this info, sir Jamie. I have had a chance writing about an article or two using St. Germain, but I’d be more than happy to add one. If you don’t mind and with your permission, I’d create an article about your bartender skills (with a link to your new stgermain cocktail site, of course).

    Cheers,
    Ritchie

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  14. Sounds awesome :) will try it …

  15. Now I am ready to do my breakfast, when having my breakfast coming
    over again to read further news.

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