Bourbon Sour

There’s a simple structure behind all sours, a family of citrus-based cocktails. Bourbon sour is really an old school cocktail, and it’s definitely not for everybody. Typically, the cocktail is served using whiskey (hence the common “Whiskey Sour”) however more and more mixologists are opting for a smooth bourbon to complement the sourness of the …

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Bourbon Sidecar

The Sidecar is not only one of the more popular cocktails of all time, but one of the better bourbon drink recipes. The recipe was originally made with either cognac or Armagnac, however, in recent years, it is has become common practice to make it with bourbon (creating a Bourbon Sidecar). INGREDIENTS 2 oz. Bourbon 1 …

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Nightcap Cocktail Recipes

Bourbon Old Fashion

One of the great classic bourbon cocktails, the Old Fashioned was invented in Louisville, KY. It was developed during the 19th century and given its name in the 1880s, making it a common go-to for people at bars, pubs, and restaurants all over the world. The old fashioned is a cocktail made by muddling sugar with bitters, adding whiskey, rye, …

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Mint Julep

The Mint Julep is an iconic bourbon cocktail created in the south during the 18th century. The mint julep was originally prescribed and appears in literature as early as 1784 “sickness at the stomach, with frequent retching, and, at times, the difficulty of swallowing. People are most familiar with it now being the signature drink …

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