I like to refer to the Fancy Free cocktail as the lazy man’s maraschino Old Fashioned. Built in the glass with a half measure of Luxardo Maraschino liqueur.
The New York Flip is boozy, rich and extremely tasty. Bourbon whiskey and port is mixed in a standard flip (booze, egg, cream, sugar).
A variation on a classic Mint Julep fit for breakfast! Bourbon whiskey, a touch of marmalade syrup and a handful of fresh mint.
The Bourbon Milk Punch is boozy, rich and extremely tasty. This very simple recipe of bourbon whiskey, milk & sugar packs a surprising punch of flavour.
The staple Italian amaro, Campari, is a key ingredient in the Italian Gentleman. A mash of Negroni, Boulevardier and Sour all rolled into one interesting and complex drink.
Honey and thyme work harmoniously in this bourbon whiskey cocktail. Balanced with fresh lemon juice and dry Amontillado sherry.
For such a simple drink it is surprisingly tasty. Essentially a riff on a classic whiskey sour, this one is definitely worth a try.
Named after the popular LA restaurant from the mid-20th century. Both sweet and sour notes with a hefty slug of bourbon whiskey.
The Amaro & Bourbon Whiskey Maple Sour as featured on the Beautiful Booze blog. The familiar bitter flavours from Angostura are balanced with the citrus and maple syrup.
Creation of NY bartender Sam Ross (also responsible for the modern classic smokey, honey, whiskey cocktail, the Penicillin). The ideal aperitivo and super easy to make with 4 ingredients in equal parts.