11 bourbon cocktails
Put a bottle of bourbon to good use with our favourite bourbon cocktails. Try a classic manhattan, refreshing julep or boozy old fashioned
We've got the best bourbon cocktails for you to try, from smooth and tart whisky sours to sophisticated manhattans. We've also got plenty of easy bourbon cocktails, including a three-ingredient old fashioned and mint julep.
11 bourbon cocktail recipes
Negroni’s autumnal cousin, a boulevardier cocktail uses bourbon instead of gin and adds a rich, rounded edge to the drink.
Apple and whiskey are a great match. Turn them into an innovative cocktail with a little help from Angostura bitters.
Sultry, boozy and perfect for sipping slowly, an old fashioned is a classic whisky cocktail that calls for just three ingredients.
A great digestif, this Italian cocktail from Maria G’s in Kensington balances bourbon with amaro, a bitter-sweet herbal liqueur.
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. The warming bourbon paired with the sharp citrus, a hint of sweetness and silky smooth egg white makes this a perfectly balanced serve.
An easy three-ingredient drink, a mint julep is the perfect whisky cocktail for summer. Make sure you use crushed ice for this recipe as it dilutes more quickly, which is essential for the final taste of the cocktail.
Curl up at home an recreate Bonfire Night with this sweet and smokey bourbon cocktail from the brilliant team at London whisky bar Black Rock.
This is the best bourbon cocktail. This classic recipe combines bourbon with Chambord, the delicious raspberry liqueur. Ginger beer ties it all together, and a raspberry garnish finishes it off nicely. It's one for sipping in the sunshine.
Live like a trendy New Yorker with our classic Manhattan recipe. It's best served in a coupe glass with an luminous cocktail cherry to garnish. Smooth bourbon paired with sweet vermouth and herbal bitters... this drink has it all.
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A mint julep is the perfect thing to sip as summer starts to heat up. Make a batch of minted bourbon and keep in the fridge for instant cocktails. You can jazz this recipe up with fresh peaches.
Like a whisky sour, but with a little tangy pineapple juice. Adding a little fruit makes this whisky cocktail light and refreshing.