Cocktails are a lovely indulgence for special occasions when sipping on a neat whisky just doesn’t cut it. Whether it’s a summer night get-together with your family, or a raucous night out with your best friends, whipping up cocktails is the perfect prelude to some jazzy dance moves and recollections of some of your best shared memories.
Vodka cocktails are way too common, and when it comes to whiskey cocktails, not many people know how to experiment with it. If you are looking for deliciously creative ways to put an interesting spin on your drinks, give whiskey cocktails a shot!
Irish whiskey is the perfect choice to whip up cocktails as they are magnificently smooth, and supremely adaptable with an array of mixers. One such innovative cocktail recipe is the Tamarind Whiskey Sour! Developed by Andy Ricker, Chef at the Portland restaurant, Pok Pok, it is a tasty drink loved by all.
Jameson Irish whiskey would be the perfect choice for the Tamarind Whiskey Sour recipe. Here are the ingredients you will need to bring your Tamarind Whiskey Sour recipe to life!
Whoever said Scotch is a difficult ingredient to mix in a cocktail may not have tasted the Blood and Sand before. Granted that Scotch by itself has distinctive, robust flavours that make for great conversations and parties. But a sip of this spiked, sweet, and citrusy liquid may pump up your spirits like nothing else.
The Twelve Mile Limit cocktail is one of the iconic and favoured cocktails that sprang from the Prohibition-era of the USA. Interestingly, this potent cocktail took its name after the very U.S. Law that banned the consumption of alcohol for up to a dozen miles off its shores.
Get-togethers are incomplete without a bowl of fruity punch. How about adding a perfect twist to the quintessential party drink with some good ol’ bourbon?
Here’s a quick recipe for a Backwoods Bourbon Punch that’s fresh in terms of its essence, quick in its method, and great to get you tipsy.
Mix your Backwoods Bourbon Punch