Archive: Cocktails

Eastern Sour

This classic and simple tiki recipe uses bourbon or rye instead of rum.

Tropical Itch

This classic tiki recipe has been adapted by Chicago’s Three Dots and a Dash to include both bourbon and overproof rum.

The Shark Eye

New York City bar Mother of Pearl created this rye- and bourbon-based tiki cocktail whose dramatic presentation includes “shark blood.”

Tiki Peat

Try a tropical whisky cocktail with this drink that includes both Islay single malt and blended scotch.

Kentucky Cobbler

This cocktail combines rye whiskey, sherry, and fresh berries for the ultimate summer refreshment.

Pembroke

This Highball variation adds a zing of fresh herbs to bourbon.

Blinker

This variation on the Highball dresses up bourbon with fruity flavors.

Banana Street Blues

Irish whiskey, banana, coffee, coconut milk, and amaro get blended together in this creamy frozen cocktail.

Nameshake

This boozy milkshake combines blended scotch and ice cream with rich caramel sauce.