The Isaac

Simply add Cognac or Amaretto

Lemon Balm & Sage Sidecar with Spiced Cherry Bitters

Historians are uncertain whether the Sidecar cocktail – named for the motorcycle attachment – originated in London, Paris or New Orleans. They agree, however, that it is one of the classic cocktails, with deep roots in mixology. A cocktail which traditionally balances the flavors of well-pedigreed liquors like Cognac and Cointreau with fresh lemon juice and a touch of sugar, this version ups the ante with a layer of citrus-mint from the lemon balm and herbal, eucalyptus notes from a generous sprinkling of sage. The aromatic and lingering top-notes from the spiced cherry bitters are enhanced by a well-integrated acidity which intensifies the drinker’s experience.

Not only is the product completely innovative, but the flavor is perfect. - Kate

Step 1. Freeze a box of Isaac Infused Cubes.

Step 2. Pop open as many cubes as needed.

Step 3. Drop cubes into a shaker or glass, pairing 1 cube + 1 shot (1.5oz) of your favorite cognac, amaretto or seltzer.

Step 4. Shake or Stir until completely dissolved, and enjoy your Lemon Balm & Sage SIdecar with Spiced Cherry Bitters.

Filtered Water, Invert Sugar, Crystalline Fructose, Lemon Juice Concentrate, Natural Flavors ( Oil of Sage), Citric Acid, Sodium Benzoate & Potassium Sorbate (as Preservatives).

More of a classically trained musician, Isaac discovered his passion for jazz and his favorite cocktail in Paris, during the war. As a bassist, he could find rhythm in a rainstorm, the passing of a trolley or seemingly just in life itself. When he played, his mellow serenity would vanish into an insistent, resonant, funky pulse that drove the band and moved the room. He’d peer out over his chunky spectacles with sparkling eyes and a knowing grin as he watched his wife bop and sway to the groove.