PD’s Pub has been around since the late ‘80s, and although it has gone through some changes over the years, the atmosphere, great food and nicely priced cocktails remain the same.

Fans of all sports beat a path to PD’s on a daily basis to watch hockey puck, footballs, tennis balls and golf balls go flying across the screen while they catch up with friends. Of course, socializing usually involves indulging in the odd cold beverage or too, and that’s where Amy Harris comes in.

Amy was born just outside of Toronto and grew up in the same area, where the summers were balmy and the winters were brutal.

She got introduced to the service industry at a young age, as her father owned a bowling alley, so she was serving customers when she was in her early teens.

When she turned 18, she gained her Smart Serve certification and was now legal to serve alcohol. The sky was the limit!

While enjoying a stint out near the west coast of Canada, Amy met a number of people who had worked in the Cayman Islands in the service industry. It didn’t sound like a bad place to be, so she moved south and got a job soon after.

She has been working in Cayman ever since, and moved to PD’s in early 2015.

When asked why she likes her job at PD’s, she’s quick to recognize the regulars who come in to sit down and chat.

It’s the social atmosphere of the legendary bar that makes her “work” so enjoyable.

Amy is a huge fan of Jägermeister in any form, so asking her to create a cocktail featuring the German digestif was a piece of cake … or cookie.

We’re here to tell you that even those not normally inclined towards ordering Jägermeister will love this cocktail.

It’s like Christmas in a glass.

 

Oatmeal Cookie

  • 2 oz Jägermeister
  • 2 oz cinnamon schnapps
  • 2 oz Irish cream
  • 1 oz butterscotch schnapps

Shake all ingredients together with ice. Pour straight into a highball glass. Garnish with a cherry.

 

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