There’s always going to be talk of how to drink Bourbon, Rye and other American Whiskey but it doesn’t always have to be straight. American Whiskey features in some of the best cocktail recipes you’ll ever place your lips to, some of which date back well over a century and originate from some of the most famous bars in the world. Imagine sharply dressed couples, exchanging small talk and sipping cocktails in the Waldorf Astoria in the 1930’s. You might even say that the beauty of American Whiskey is that it holds no pretense. You can shake, or stir, these amazing cocktail recipes safely in the knowledge that no one is stood by wagging a finger at the pure heresy of diluting their sacred spirit. We’ll leave that to the men in kilts.
Simple perfection and an all time Whiskey cocktail classic.
If your’e a fan of the Negroni then you’re going to love the Boulevardier
The signature drink of the one and only Kentucky Derby
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The sophisticated Whiskey lovers classic
A whiskey twist on the classic Engish summer cooler
Sometime called the Layman’s Mint Julep, this is easy to make and even easier to drink, but without the pomp of it’s more famous sibling.
Simple to make, far too easy to drink and as popular now as it was a Century ago.
You don’t have to wait for Christmas for this huge crowd pleaser. It’s cold here at least 6 months of the year.
We Brits do a love a good brew. This one has a litte extra kick and finally solves the problem of what to do with the Limoncello at the back of the shelf
Pure indulgence that blurs the line between Drink and Dessert
A Bourbon Sour Cocktail for those looking to add one of their five-a-day, late in the day.
A wonderfully herby variation on the Manhattan giving a delightful Vanilla and Aniseed twist.
Racing isn’t all about Kentucky. New York has it’s own Jewel in the racing crown and what would it be without a signature cocktail?
A little known 1930’s great from the legendary Waldorf Astoria’s original Fifth Avenue bar.