If you love making classic cocktails this unique collection of recipes is filled with twists that turn a host of favorites on their heads with clever techniques and creative ingredients.
The Big Ginger cocktail is a delicious combination of a crisp Irish whiskey and the refreshing taste of ginger ale. It’s also one of our favorite ginger ale cocktails.
Here are seven great cocktail recipes full of interesting flavors to quench your thirst this summer!
The Boulevardier Cocktail is one of those classic cocktails that everyone should drink on a regular basis. A combination of rye whiskey, Campari, and sweet vermouth the Boulevardier is what you’d get if a Negroni and a Manhattan had a baby cocktail.
The Perfect Manhattan cocktail gets its name from the equal amounts of sweet and dry vermouth in it. It’s also no surprise that a drink recipe named after Manhattan would have a variation that calls itself perfect.
Tucked into a corner of Duluth’s Canal Park Vikre Distillery is creating a unique family of gins inspired by Lake Superior and the Northwoods.
This Maple Toddy recipe is a delicious early spring treat that uses the sap from sugar maples to make a slightly sweet version of a hot toddy.
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.
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.
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.
This whiskey sour recipe uses a fresh tasting sour mix and egg whites to produce a frothy, refreshing drink.