Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Happy Hour #19 Ringli Likor and Mini Ringli Cookies

Welcome to Happy Hour at Henrietta's House!  This Happy Hour is one of my favorites!  This week we are celebrating Switzerland and Ringli.  This past Fall mom and dad were in Switzerland for business.  They were meeting alcohol distributors and toured the Diwisa Distillery in Willisau, Switzerland.  Trojka Vodka also comes from this distillery.  Remember our vodka caramel apples?  Well, the distillery teamed up with the cookie company across the street to make Willisauer Ringli Likor and Willisauer Mini Ringli cookies!  The likor tastes just like the Trojka caramel vodka and so do the cookies!  It's amazing.

This week for happy hour we are having Willisauer Ringli Likor on the rocks with some Mini Ringli cookies.  Yum!!  This vodka is so smooth and sweet and the cookies take that slight edge of alcohol away.

 I love the way they packages the likor and cookies.  The bottle looks just like the cookies.  They compliment each other perfectly, in taste and packaging.

Our table for happy hour features my Johann Havilland family heirloom china.  I love this china but I don't get to use it very often.  So I've decided to start using it in unconventional ways.

For Happy Hour, I used the gravy boat to hold the delicious Ringli cookies.

And I used a covered dish for an ice bucket.

I love these glasses.  The were a wedding gift and are Polish crystal.  They are heavy and wonderful.  Perfect for vodka on the rocks!



  1. What great packaging for the cookies and vodka. Looks like a very "happy" happy hour.

  2. I like them both. Beautiful packaging. The cookies look delicious! Thaks for showing.


  3. What a great idea to enjoy Willisauer Ringli! I will have to try this very soon!

  4. I'm not much of a drinker, but the cookies look wonderful and I may take up drinking if it tastes like cookies!! Your Polish glass is wonderful. I love Polish crystal!

  5. My eye went straight to your Haviland Ranson covered vegetable..it's one of my favorite patterns; I use it all the time. The sweets look so good. Thank you for sharing your lovely design. Cherry Kay


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