In a whisky sour, the lemon juice is (almost) as vital as the bourbon. A generous, foamy top is what you're aiming for with this cocktail recipe.
A seriously sophisticated cocktail, the original old fashioned calls for just four ingredients. It's a mature and super-classy option.
Live like a trendy New Yorker with our classic Manhattan recipe. It's best served in a coupe glass, with an illuminous cocktail cherry to garnish.
Pedro ximénez sherry is the key to this clever twist on a classic whisky cocktail, best sipped on a winter's evening.
We've given the 70s whisky Godfather cocktail a festive spin that makes an ideal dessert drink.
Like a whisky sour, but with the added wonder of pineapple juice. Adding a little fruit makes this whisky cocktail light and refreshing.
Make a batch of minted bourbon and keep in the fridge for instant cocktails, and remember to jazz this recipe up with fresh peach.
Cosy up by the fire and make this campfire cocktail recipe with bourbon and marshmallows for a warming drink.
This classic recipe mixes bourbon with Chambord, the delicious raspberry liqueur. Ginger beer ties it all together and a raspberry garnish finishes it off nicely.
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