Courtesy Meaghan Dorman, partner/bar director, Dear Irving on Hudson, New York City
Rockey’s Milk Punch on the rocks is a great introduction to the cocktail, especially if you want to experience its unique mouthfeel without devoting hours to making it yourself. Once you’re ready for next-level drinking, this elevated spritz recipe from Dorman highlights the liqueur’s strengths. “I find Rockey’s mixes especially well with bubbly ingredients,” says Dorman. “The pineapple and citrus notes of the milk punch balance out the more floral elements of the cocktail.”
- 1 ounce gin
- 1 ounce Rockey's Milk Punch
- 1 ounce jasmine tea
- 1½ ounces sparkling Riesling
- Seltzer Frozen grapes, for garnish
Combine gin, milk punch and tea in cocktail shaker filled with ice. Shake briefly, then strain into ice-filled glass. Top with Riesling and splash of seltzer. Garnish with frozen grapes. Makes 1 cocktail.