The Cin’amon Sin Story
The Collins’ family used their whiskey for almost all occasions, even medicinal needs. Some of the younger family members couldn’t drink the straight whiskey, so in order to make the whiskey more smooth and drinkable, the Collins Clan added cinnamon. According to Native Americans, usage of cinnamon raises spiritual and protective vibrations, and creates physical energy. My aunts and uncles would tell us stories of how my dad always seemed to have a sore throat... Hmmm? That’s why Nellie would call out the cinnamon whiskey as, “Brings out the Sin!”
100% GMO Free Corn
100% Gluten Free
100% Natural Cinnamon Flavors
COLOR: Mid-Brown color with reddish highlights
NOSE: Full blown Cinnamon aroma
PALATE: Natural cinnamon fills the mouth with a an explosion of cinnamon with a back kick of spice and everything nice
FINISH: Natural yet strong. Long, lingering and balanced finish which can be quite sinful
Cin’amon Sin Recipes
Cin’amon Sin Shot
1 1⁄2 ounce shot of Nellie Collins Cin’amon Sin Whiskey. Serve in a shot glass of choice.
Mix 1 1⁄2 ounces of Nellie Collins Cin’amon Sin Whiskey with 3 ounces of Orange Juice and 1 1⁄2 ounces of Cranberry Juice. Garnish with a orange slice. Serve chilled in a martini glass or over ice in a highball whiskey glass.
Dr. Cin’amon Sin
Mix 11⁄2 ounces of Nellie Collins Cin’amon Sin Whiskey with 1 1⁄2 ounces of Dr. Pepper and 1 1⁄2 ounces of Coke. Add a splash of lime juice and pour over ice. Serve in a high ball whiskey glass.
“Brings out the sin!”
- Grandma Nellie, used to say.