I'm talking about a real whiskey sour here made with egg whites and fresh lemon juice. Not that trash from a packet.
The Smokestack is essentially an Old Fashioned infused with fresh smoke.
The classic combination of whiskey, simple syrup, and bitters.
A delicious way to class up a traditional whiskey sour.
This is the classic Kentucky Derby drink, but it is good enough for any summer Wednesday afternoon. Bourbon, mint, and simple syrup.
The classic mix of rye, sweet vermouth, and bitters.
A cousin of the Negroni made with whiskey in place of gin.
To quote my friend Tyler Machovina, this drink "highlights the tasty parts of Fernet and downplays the parts that taste like poison."
Mix up your next bonfire. Apple cider, rye, Campari, and sweet vermouth.
A deliciously dry pre-dinner aperitivo for when it is too hot to contemplate eating. Bourbon, Amaro Nonino, Aperol, and lemon juice.