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Classic Old Fashioned

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Author: c-biskit

Classic Whiskey Sour

If it's not made from scratch, it ain't a Whiskey Sour. For a cleaner, classier looking drink, strain the lemon juice to remove seeds and pulp.

Author: JEESH999

Hot Toddy

A great evening relaxer when you need something to help relieve that irritating cold.

Author: SWIZZLESTICKS

Mint Juleps

Sit on the front porch in your rocking chair on a sultry afternoon and sip on one or two of these. The proper way to serve a mint julep is in a frozen silver goblet, but you can use glasses instead--just...

Author: jenn

Traditional Hot Toddy

This makes an extra-large serving of a traditional hot toddy, perfect when you're sick in the wintertime. It's pretty potent--take this mug and go to bed!

Author: Cherish Grabau

Old Fashioned Cocktail

The earliest version of this cocktail was simply water, sugar, bitters, and booze. Over time, the water became ice, the booze became whiskey, and the drink became an old fashioned.

Author: Allrecipes

Easy Homemade Whiskey Sour

I'm not a fan of store-bought sour mix, so I came up with my own version.

Author: Hot Mama

Simple Mint Julep

The whiskey varies by state - Kentucky uses bourbon, Georgia favors peach brandy and in next door Maryland it is rye. Take your choice.

Author: TerryWilson

The Rusty Nail Cocktail

Smoky Scotch gets sweetened up with the addition of Drambuie in the classic drink called the rusty nail.

Author: Allrecipes

Apple Jack

I came up with this mix by accident when my bar tender misinterpreted me asking for a Jack and Pineapple juice by giving me a Jack and apple juice. It has since become a bar room staple.

Author: Firefighter

Sazerac

An oldie but a goody, this is one of the world's first cocktails, invented in New Orleans in the 19th century.

Author: c-biskit

The Captain's Cannonball

I have recently found a love for mixology and experimenting with new and wild alcohol flavors. Substitute diet soda if desired.

Author: CapDante

Southern Comfort Manhattan

Once you try these you may need to go back to a cheaper whiskey!! Extremely tasty and addicting! I make them shaken. 'Up' on a cool day before dinner, or with ice on a hot day anytime. Good quality ingredients...

Author: Randy

Hot Irish Whiskey

My best friend who just happens to be Irish made this drink for me one cold night in Chicago and since then, I have been hooked! Warning: it is very potent, just one of these will warm you up and basically...

Author: Kat G

Irish Cream and Whiskey Cocktail

Irish cream with a kick! Just be careful, these are potent but wonderful!

Author: MoonKitty

Alabama Slammer Cocktail

This potent shooter is best served chilled and slammed all at once, hence its name.

Author: Allrecipes

Manhattan Cocktail

The Manhattan is a classic cocktail believed to date back to the late 1800s. It's made with a bracing mixture of bourbon or rye whiskey mixed with sweet vermouth and a dash of Angostura bitters.

Author: Allrecipes

Hot Toddy Cocktail

The hot toddy is a classic winter warmer. Truth be told, it's good any time of year and works particularly well if you're battling a cold.

Author: Allrecipes

True Manhattan

A classic drink. Stir, most Manhattan drinkers like it that way. Shake it only when asked to do so. May be served up or on the rocks.

Author: JIBERN

Jim Beam Black® Hot Toddy

There's nothing like a warm and toasty hot toddy on a cold winter's day! Honey, sugar, and lemony goodness combine with the exquisite, smooth, full-bodied taste of Jim Beam Black® to create a hot toddy...

Author: TheCocktailProject.com

The John Collins Cocktail

Similar to a Tom Collins, the John Collins is made with bourbon whiskey instead of gin, but still mixes in lemon juice, simple syrup, and club soda to make a refreshing cocktail. Serve with straws.

Author: Allrecipes

Monte Carlo Cocktail

What we have here is a Manhattan cocktail, only with Benedictine replacing sweet vermouth and Peychaud's® instead of Angostura® bitters. You can garnish with a twist of lemon if you prefer.

Author: Lorem Ipsum

Irish Coffee Cocktail

The addition of Irish whiskey to piping hot coffee makes a winter warmer much different than your morning cup of Joe.

Author: Allrecipes

Lynchburg Lemonade Cocktail

Named after the hometown of the Jack Daniels distillery, this refreshing mix of whiskey, lemon lime soda, triple sec, and sour mix is lemonade for grown-ups.

Author: Allrecipes

Whiskey Sours

Yummy whiskey sour recipe that goes down so easy! Look out because it'll hit you before you know it!

Author: CookingGirl

Chef John's Whiskey Sour

Day drinking is the best drinking, and if that day happens to be a very sunny, hot day, there's no better cocktail to enjoy than a classic whiskey sour. I'm very excited to show you my favorite formula...

Author: Chef John

Rob Roy

The blended Scotch version of the Manhattan. Named after the title character in a Sir Walter Scott novel, Rob Roy was a Robin Hood-like figure.

Author: c-biskit

Rob Roy Cocktail

Considered the cousin of the Manhattan cocktail, the Rob Roy combines Scotch whisky with sweet vermouth for a smokier flavor.

Author: Allrecipes

Strawberry Basil Bourbon Smash

Strawberries and fresh basil are smashed together until fragrant in this bourbon-based cocktail perfect for summer.

Author: ERIKIM21

Whiskey Paralyzer

My husband's co-worker made us these drinks one night, it is a variation of a paralyzer. They go down much smoother too, so you will not be feeling your legs after a few of these!

Author: ambibambi

Blackberry Mint Julep Margarita

The Kentucky Derby meets Cinco de Mayo in this refreshing blackberry-mint julep margarita cocktail. Garnish each drink with a blackberry and a sprig of mint, if desired.

Author: Soup Loving Nicole

Godfather

This is a pre-dinner drink is also popular as a nightcap. The almond flavor of Amaretto softens the bite of the scotch. A wonderful night summer Australian drink!

Author: Julianne

Lynchburg Lemonade

Lemon-lime soda is spiked with whiskey, triple sec and a dash of sweet and sour mix. This was given to me by my aunt, it's divine!

Author: Michael Charles

Tennessee Tea

One of my favorites! Similar to a Long Island, but with Jack Daniel's!

Author: nettie

The Deb (Peach Basil Bourbon Smash) Cocktail

A juicy way to wind down after a busy day, and a good way to use up ripe peaches. Made and named for my friend Deb on her birthday. The peach-basil syrup makes 2 1/2 cups, enough for 8 to 10 cocktails....

Author: Nicholio

Mint Julep Cocktail

The Mint Julep deserves to be enjoyed all summer long, so do yourself a favor and try this refreshing classic cocktail before and after the Kentucky Derby.

Author: Allrecipes

Mock Moxie

One of the most unusual alcoholic beverages I've ever had.

Author: Andre'

Lemonade with Whiskey

This delicious adult beverage combines those perennial favorites -- lemonade and whiskey -- to kick off your summer party!

Author: CajunGrocer.com

Hop, Skip, and Go Naked

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Author: Sharon

Bourbon Pumpkin Milk Punch

This pumpkin twist on a New Orleans classic cocktail is perfect for Thanksgiving.

Author: Drast

Whiskey Sidecar

A great alternative if you don't have brandy available!

Author: Cally

Manhattan

This drink is made with bourbon and vermouth, but it's not a Manhattan without the cherry.

Author: Brad

Christmas Cheer

This spiced cider brings a wonderful internal glow to the holidays. It is not highly alcoholic, but enjoy responsibly nonetheless.

Author: Doc Simonson

Liquid Hot Apple Pie

A wintertime beverage that tastes just like apple pie! It can be served warm or cold.

Author: MMINDY

Cranberry Juice Surprise

A refreshing adult beverage.

Author: paparick

Red Snapper

I created this with some co-workers when I used to tend bar. It's quite refreshing.

Author: CUK

Cherry Smash

This is a variation of a whiskey cocktail. It's a sipping drink and so good. Super swanky and very retro with a modern twist. It's my new favorite drink.

Author: FrackFamily5 CA->CT

Frozen Derby Mint Juleps

Perfect for Derby Day or any day spent lounging in the sun, these cool refreshing drinks are dangerously delicious! Garnish with fresh mint.

Author: SunnyDaysNora

Red Apple Martini

My favorite local bar shared this recipe with me. Tastes just like a Washington red apple!

Author: HAWKLANE

Vieux Carre Cocktail

A complex, complex rye whiskey and cognac cocktail named after a hotel in the Old Quarter of New Orleans.

Author: Lorem Ipsum