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There is nothing quite like the delicious and unique taste of a barrel aged cocktail.

Our Elements create the same great barrel aged taste right inside the bottles you already have behind the bar. Allow your guests to experience the elegant oak aged flavor you want in a fast consistent manner. With Elements, you can keep multiple aged offerings on your menu without the worry of running out of a crowd favorite. With our unique design, Elements cut down on your pour cost, batch time and bar top space. Elements will increase your profitability, the number of cocktails you can produce, and the freedom to experiment quickly and easily with your barrel-aged cocktail program.

For more information please drop us a line to learn how our partner locations are already using Elements in their cocktail programs.


We’ll be aging a Silver Tequila so we can transform it into a robust reposado right at the bar. We’re going to be using fresh lime, muddled, just a touch of Cointreau, and of course a little simple syrup.

To create the reposado, use a low-cost Silver Tequila, I’m using Sauza, take off the cap, and drop a Time & Oak Signature Whiskey Element into the bottle to begin the aging process. Wait and age, continuing to taste every 3-5 days until desired taste is achieved.

  • Get a 30 ounce stainless steel cocktail / bar shaker
  • Add 1 fresh lime: cut in half and carve a cross into it to make it easier to muddle
  • Add a couple ice cubes to aid in the juicing process
  • Muddle
  • Add 2 ounces of your new reposado
  • Add 1/4 ounces of orange juice for warmness
  • Add 1/4 ounces of Cointreau to reinforce that citrus note
  • Add 3/4 ounces of simple syrup
  • Fill with ice to the top and embrace the dilution, but not too much ;)
  • Give it a nice rhythmic shake
  • Grab a glass (optionally, add a salt rim)
  • Top off with a nice crown of ice to the rim
  • Garnish with a lime wheel


The Moscow mule is a timeless classic that can be used in modern bars as a zesty alternative to the more spirit-forward cocktails you may be serving. We’ll be using gresh ginger, fresh lime peel, Tito's Handmade Vodka, fresh lime juice, Angostura Aromatic Bitters, and of course the Time & Oak Signature Whiskey Element.

  • You’ll need an infusion vessel that can hold a bit more than the whole vodka bottle
  • Chop up fresh ginger
  • Take the lime peel off of the limes
  • Take the ginger and lime peel and add them to the vessel, mix while adding
  • Add a Time & Oak Signature Whiskey Element
  • Add a whole bottle of Tito's Handmade Vodka
  • Wait and age. Continue to taste every 3-5 days until desired taste is achieved
  • Do a strained pour from the vessel into a 750 milliliters bottle
  • Get a standard copper mug with a mint sprig for garnish
  • Add 2 ounces of the your new aged vodka
  • One dash of bitters
  • 1/2 ounces of lime juice
  • Use soda or sparkling wine to get up to between 1/2 and 3/4 of the mug
  • Add ice to the brim


As you know aging spirits and cocktails can be a long and expensive process, but with Time & Oak Signature Whiskey Elements, you can cut your time down and drastically reduce the production cost. This uses high-proof bourbon, something like a Booker’s Bourbon, maybe a Wild Turkey 101. A lovely floral sweet vermouth, something like Carpano Antica, and Peychaud’s Bitters for color and flavor. Just a touch of Cherry Heering for that extra kick that most manhattan lovers enjoy.

  • Get a 750 milliliters bottle for aging
  • Add 14 ounces of high-proof bourbon, we’ll use Booker’s. The Time & Oak Element will mellow it
  • Add 10 ounces of robust and floral Carpano Antica to add a lovely floral attribute
  • Add 15-20 shakes of Peychaud’s Bitters
  • Add 1.5 ounces of Cherry Heering
  • Add the element
  • Wait and age. Continue to taste every 3-5 days until desired taste is achieved
  • Pour 4 ounces into a mixing crystal
  • Only stir manhattans, don’t shake, as is tradition.
  • Add ice gently to not bruise the vermouth
  • Gently stir with a spoon for 15 seconds for a nice slight ice melt and chill to maintain the spirit-forward nature of this cocktail
  • Garnish with 3 Bordeaux Maraschino cherries on a pick with a nice roll for shine

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