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Best Bourbon For Manhattan

A manhattan is a classic American cocktail. Although its origins are mysterious, there's no mystery in why this cocktail has been a popular bar request for over a century. It's a drink that blends the floral with the fortified and sweet with the spicy. While the recipe is simple and unchanged, choosing the best bourbon for your manhattan is an important part of the mixing process

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New York Sour

The New York Sour is an upgraded version of the Whiskey Sour recipe. It features whiskey, lemon, sugar, egg white with a float of dry red wine. The wine adds another layer of complexity working in unison with the high rye bourbon; and a beautiful red color. Other names this popular cocktail have carried is the Continental Sour.

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Bourbon Sour

Spirit, citrus fruit and sugar—the original trio — combine to form the classic sour, one of the oldest types of cocktails which hail from early 1700's and 1800's sailors and pirates. Popular for mystical powers to stave off scurvy while making long voyages across the ocean more tolerable; sours hold a decisive place in world history. The bourbon Sour is a slightly different take on the traditional whiskey sour. Still well within the "sour family" yet stands strong on it's own. Rich complex notes form fine bourbon, a citrus kick with a sweet finish. The Bourbon Sour os refreshing and classy.

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Heigold Old Fashioned Cocktail Recipe

Classic Old Fashioned cocktail recipe using Heigold High Rye Double Malt Bourbon. The old fashioned is the name of a popular cocktail that is made by first muddling (gently smashing or crushing) cane sugar with bitters and water, and then next adding bourbon or rye whiskey.

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Strawberry Bourbon Lemonade

A perfect cocktail for your July 4th celebration, or anytime a cool and refreshing cocktail is required to beat the summer heat. Enjoy poolside, or at your next BBQ!

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Best Ever Kentucky Mule Cocktail Recipe

The Kentucky Mule is a lot like the mint julep, and has a long history in the south. In the late 1930's and early 1940's, it was popular to drink from a copper mug - keeping the drink cool - and looking "cool" -- equally valid objectives. It was an answer to the Moscow mule, however, instead of vodka, it uses Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey. A great way to use that leftover mint from your mint julep making at this year's Derby!

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Harvest Apple Gin-ger Cocktail

Something about the botanicals in gin really works here, and Bespoke Gin is a perfect fit. It is finished in rye whiskey barrels. This finishing process mellows out the gin and adds a little bit of sweetness that is just right for this cocktail.

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The Best Hot Butter Bourbon Cocktail

A robust and spiced cocktail perfect for chilly, early spring nights around the campfire. This recipe is very universal, and the spices can be adjusted as per preference and taste. The perfect cocktail when an iced variety would add an unwanted chill to the bones. Also experiment with toppings! Cinnamon, cocoa powder, cinnamon sticks...even chopped pecans or walnuts would compliment the bourbon.

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The Sunny Rabbit

Warning: This cocktail recipe contains one-of-a-kind, award-winning bourbon. Proceed with caution. Step 1: Toast to the coming of spring and the return of sunshine with The Sunny Rabbit - it's sure to brighten your holiday no matter what the weather.

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The Best Mint Julep Recipe Ever - Derby 2022

This famous drink has been an iconic Derby symbol and all-around southern tradition since the early 19th century. In reality, the drink traces it’s roots much further. In fact, the derby-themed elixir of frost and America’s oldest spirit can be attributed to ancient Persia.

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