Classic Cocktails | Page 2
This version of a traditional Margarita recipe consists of tequila, triple sec, and lime juice served with salt on the rim of the glass.
There aren’t many cocktails as easy to make or as refreshing to drink on a hot summer day as a Gin Rickey.
The whiskey smash is a simple drink that is tailor-made for warm summer nights. Making a whiskey smash is all about shaking lemon, mint, and whiskey with some ice.
The gin smash with orange is a refreshing cocktail with a hint of orange and mint to cool off and brighten up a hot summer day.
Our Manhattan Cocktail recipe uses the classic 2 to 1 rye to vermouth ratio with the addition of a bing cherry to compliment the smokiness of the rye whiskey and is served on a big rock to keep everything ice cold.
Grab a drink and travel through time as we explore the history and evolution of the Old Fashioned one drink at a time from whiz-bang bartenders from the 1800s to Wisconsin supper clubs to today’s craft cocktail rooms.
This classic Old Fashioned cocktail recipe uses bourbon while stripping out the mid-century addition of soda while keeping the orange slice and cherry that are commonly associated with the cocktail.
Imbibe! From Absinthe Cocktail to Whiskey Smash is David Wondrich’s amazing James Beard award-winning salute to Professor Jerry Thomas and the history of American cocktails.
The Umami Old Fashioned uses rye whiskey and orange bitters to create a delicious and drinkable old fashioned cocktail.
This whiskey sour recipe uses a fresh tasting sour mix and egg whites to produce a frothy, refreshing drink.