Break out the Lagavulin 16 year old for this complex cocktail.
Irreverent bartenders play matchmaker in the mixing glass with single malt scotch cocktails.
This fruity and savory drink pays homage to the Manhattan using tea, honey, and cherry gastrique.
This rye whiskey cocktail also incorporates wine, cognac, and cinnamon.
Ditch the bottled hard root beers and make your own—with whiskey.
Make whiskey even more warming with hot tea, lemon, and honey.
Save time by batching this cocktail—no barrel required.
Put a Wild West spin on your next hot toddy with rye.
After a long, hard day of winter activities, warm up with one of these whiskey cocktails.
If you can’t find Stonecutter whiskey, try this cocktail with a Speyside scotch or sherried Irish.
Roots, Wood, Blossom, and Nut bitters add an extra wood element to your whisky cocktails.
Used whiskey barrels can take items in the pantry from staple to superb.