Three Ingredient-Inspired Cocktails

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            The beauty of the hero ingredients chosen for John Masters Organics products is that they are sourced from Mother Nature herself. Many of our favorite ingredients are those you can find at the grocery store and put into your favorite dishes. From common rosemary to the exotic kakadu plum, we think the best ingredients are those you can eat –– and in this case, drink!


Spiced Pumpkin Cocktail inspired by Pumpkin Spice Lip Calm

            Take your pumpkin spice addiction to the next level with this cozy cocktail that’s sure to warm your soul and senses.



  • 2 ounces pumpkin vodka (Pinnacle Pumpkin Pie)
  • 1 ounceIrish cream liqueur
  • Splash ofhalf and half
  • Garnish:cinnamon sugar (for rimming)
  • Garnish: cinnamon stick (optional)



  1. Rim a chilled cocktail glass with cinnamon sugar.
  2. In a cocktail shaker filled with ice, add the vodka, Irish cream, and half and half.
  3. Shake vigorously to ensure the creams are thoroughly mixed.
  4. Straininto the prepared glass and garnish with a cinnamon stick, if you like.


Recipe via The Spruce Eats


Champagne Pomegranate Spritzers inspired by Nourish Facial Oil With Pomegranate

            Celebrate this season with a spritzer that includes 3 of our favorite ingredients. A perfect warm up for your New Year’s festivities. Don’t forget the rosemary!


Lavender & Rosemary-Infused Vodka inspired by Shampoo for Normal Hair with Lavender & Rosemary

            Enliven any vodka-based beverage with this herbaceous infusion inspired by our bestselling Shampoo for Normal Hair. This recipe is simple and easy, allowing you to have a tasty and unique flavor on hand for anytime a cocktail tickles your fancy.



  • 750 ml bottle premium vodka
  • 1 sprigrosemary
  • 2 sprigs lavender
  • 32-oz. wide-mouth mason jar with tight sealing lid



  1. Rinse the herbs and place them into a clean mason jar or similar jar with a tight sealing lid.
  2. Pour the vodka over the herbs and seal the lid tightly.
  3. Shake a few times and store the jar in a cool, dark place for 3 to 5 days.
  4. Beginning on the second day, test the flavor of the infusion daily.
  5. Once the herbal flavor has reached your desired taste, strain the herbs from the vodka using a fine straineror coffee filter.
  6. Bottle and store as you would any other vodka.



Recipe via The Spruce Eats


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