Fresh mint mixed with sugar syrup and rich caramel-y bourbon, served long over crushed ice, the Mint Julep is great all year round.
The Maple Leaf is a great choice for bourbon enthusiasts or those wanting a warming winter cocktail.
The American cousin of the Negroni, The Boulevardier may only change one ingredient, but it makes for an entirely different drinking experience.
The Blood & Sand is a whisky cocktail that has been left behind in the recent cocktail resurgence and there is no real reason why that should be, it can stand up with the best of the classics.
The Eclipse Cooler is a modern classic and is featured in Difford’s Guide’s Top 100 Cocktails of All Time.
This tiki-inspired twist on a whisky sour, adds orange juice and orgeat—an almond flavoured syrup—to the usual whisky and lemon juice, and forgoes the egg-white traditionally included in a whisky sour.