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whiskey cocktails

Not gonna lie, I usually drink my whiskey all on its own. Every once in a while, I think it’s great in a cocktail especially if you have a flavored bourbon or something that’s a little too sweet to just sit and sip on. An Old Fashioned is a pretty classic bourbon drink, but we’ve covered that as Don Draper’s drink of choice here. So now that we know all about the different kinds of whiskey, let’s go over a few other good cocktails to have them all in.

manhatt-inn

manhatt-inn

2.5 oz Inniskillin Cab Franc Icewine

.75 oz rye whiskey

2 dashes Angostura bitters

long lemon zest peel for garnish

Combine all ingredients in a mixing glass, add ice, stir until cold, strain over one large ice cube into a rocks glass and garnish.

smoky mountain apple

Smoky-Mtn-Apple

1 part Ole Smoky® Original Moonshine

3 parts Ole Smoky® Apple Pie Moonshine™ and cranberry juice

Mix together, stir, enjoy!

moonshine margarita

Moonshine-Margarita_122

2 parts Ole Smoky® Original Moonshine

1 part lime juice

1 part simple syrup

1 part triple sec, fresh lime juice

Mix all together, stir, enjoy!

jameson hot apple

jameson hot apple toddy

2 oz Jameson whiskey

Hot apple cider

Cinnamon syrup

Cinnamon stick for garnish

2-3 slices of apple for garnish

Coat the bottom of an Irish coffee glass with one pump of cinnamon syrup. Add 2oz of Jameson whiskey. Fill with hot apple cider. Stir well. Garnish with the cinnamon stick, and fresh apple slices.

ginger bee

gignger bee

2 parts Killer Bee Honey Bourbon

3 parts Ginger Beer or Ale

Pour Killer Bee over ice, add Ginger Beer/Ale, serve in old-fashioned glass.

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