How do you make an old fashioned? With simple, classic ingredients and nothing more.
This drink blends bourbon, lemon juice, and honey syrup for a whiskey-laced spin on the Bee's Knees.
How do you make a whiskey sour? The old fashioned way, without an commercial mixes in sight.
Scotch and amaretto combine in this 1970s favorite.
The perfect large-batch cocktail classic.
Changing up the ratio of Scotch and Drambuie provides a fresh iteration of a classic cocktail.
The simple Manhattan variation is improved greatly with the help of a good blended Scotch.
Rich browned butter gives this classic cocktail a nutty twist.
A good mint julep can't be rushed.
Vegetal Cynar and smoky Scotch come together in this spirituous drink.
It doesn't get much easier than this combo of bourbon and grapefruit.
Batch up a bottle of Manhattans for your next party!
A savory, smoky Negroni.
A little sweet, a little bitter, a little fresh, and a little too easy drinking.
A smoky, rich variation on a classic Daiquiri.
Rich and mildly creamy, with mellow whiskey flavors, sweet fruitiness, and just a hint of anise.
This bourbon and sparkling wine punch gets a delicate, fresh flavor from grapefruit and rosemary-laced Aperol.
A dry, bracing rye whiskey drink.
A velvety roasted-pear purée is the key to this batched bourbon drink.
If you like Old Fashioneds, you're going to love this orange-and-spice variation.
Rum, whiskey, brandy, and grenadine combine for a powerfully boozy drink.