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3 Mountain-Inspired Cocktails

Winter, summer or mud season—life in the mountains is just as peaceful as it can be adventurous. Whether you’ve spent a winter day on the slopes, a summer morning on trail, or a cool afternoon on the hammock or around the campfire, almost all walks of mountain life deserve a refreshing drink. 

Kick back, relax, and drink in the views with these delicious mountain-inspired cocktail recipes—crafted by the Whitetail Club’s culinary team in McCall, Idaho.


44 North Potato Vodka 3 oz. 
Cointreau 3/4 oz.
Lime Juice 1/4 oz. 
Huckleberry Juice 1 Teaspoon

Serve in a martini glass and garnish with a lime wheel.

The Ski Bunny

Tito’s Vodka 1.5 oz.
Baileys Salted Caramel 1.5 oz. 
Half & Half 2 oz.

Serve in a Belgian Beer Glass, drizzle chocolate sauce on top, and garnish with a soft caramel and a chocolate branch.

The Ski Bum and Rum

Captain Morgan 2 oz. 
Ginger Beer 1/2 bottle

Serve in a copper mug and garnish with 1 sprig of mint and 3 lime wheels.

Jocelyn Kidd is the Club Director at Whitetail Club, Idaho’s premier private community, offering a luxurious, adventure-based lifestyle and incredible homes. View their profile or contact Jocelyn at 208.630.0216 or via email at Jkidd@WhitetailClub.com.

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