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Classic Cocktails

Algonquin Cocktail

I prefer a light Canadian whisky like Canadian Mist for this drink which also

includes pineapple juice and dry vermouth. Surprisingly complex for

a three ingredient drink.

The .Jack Evans

From cowboy bars to NASCAR races to trendy restaurants, the

Jack and Coke is one of the most popular cocktails in America.

Simply Jack Daniels and Coca Cola, the combination is classic

Americana in a glass.

Manhattan Cocktail

Traditionally rye whiskey (sometimes bourbon is used), bitters and

sweet vermouth, this sophisticated cocktail is a great introduction

to the world of whiskey.

.Jameson .Julep Recipe,

Jameson, sugar syrup,Dash of water,mint leaves ,lOml Lillet

Rouge/other red vermouth

Whiskey Sour

Essentially just whiskey, lemon or lime juice and simple syrup,

the tartness of the citrus is a wonderful match to some of the

sweet notes in whiskey.


One shot of Jameson's Irish whiskey, one shot of pickle juice.

Originated by Brooklyn hipsters, the pickleback has become

a recent phenomenon in bars and restaurants throughout the

country. Surprisingly easy to drink.

Whiskey Presbyterian

Choose a light blended whiskey for this cocktail. Simply whiskey,

ginger ale, club soda and a lemon twist, this cocktail is light

and approachable.

Seven and Seven

As ubiquitous as the Jack and Coke, Seagrams 7 Crown whiskey

and 7Up is a great choice if you don't like a strong whiskey flavor in your cocktails.

John Collins

Imagine a whiskey sour with club soda and you've got the John

Collins. Unsure of whether to order a Tom Collins or a John Collins

at the bar? Specify the liquor and collins and the bartender

will understand you (i.e. whiskey collins).

Whiskey Old Fashioned

Whiskey, bitters, sugar and a splash of water make this complex

cocktail seem much more simple than it is. Experiment with the

type of whiskey used in this to see how flexible this drink can be.

My personal favorite is a rye old fashioned.