6 Spring Cocktails We Love

Spring skiing isn't just about the snow and the sun—these six cocktails are a must for your après adventures.
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The Handle Bar's Jackson Mules

The Handle Bar's Jackson Mules

1. GIN FASHIONED

Alta Peruvian, Alta, Utah
Utah’s own Beehive Reserve gin, cherry juice, simple syrup, orange bitters, sparkling soda. A twist on the original.

2. JACKSON MULE

The Handle Bar, Jackson Hole, Wyo.
Highwater Vodka, huckleberry, and ginger beer served on the rocks. A fruitier mule.

3. WHITE SANGRIA

The Living Room, Aspen, Colo.
White wine, rum, Giffard Peche de Vigne, orange, soda. A festive white-wine alternative.

4. THE VERMONTER

Table 43.1, Stratton, Vt.
The Vermonter Sapling Maple Bourbon, local apple cider, ginger beer. As local as it gets.

5. WHITE PEAR COSMO

Grapes, Fairmont Chateau Banff Springs, Banff, Alberta
Absolut Pear, Cointreau, lime juice, white cranberry juice, simple syrup. Different flavor profile, same Cosmo buzz.

6. PINEAPPLE GINGER SPARKLER

PlumpJack Café, Squaw Alpine, Calif.
Sparkling wine, house-made purée, lemon. Simple, bubbly, refreshing, and fun.

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