This alcoholic drink is one of the oldest cocktails known. It is thought to have been created in the 1830s in Louisiana. A frosted glass is coated in ouzo, then sugar, water, bitters and rye whisky is added and stirred together.
Mm, now you can make your very own maple liqueur for those yummy autumn season cocktails like pumpkintinis! This mixture of rye whisky and maple syrup is also quite yummy stirred into hot coffee, hot chocolate or other hot cocktails!
This homemade eggnog, spiked with rum and whisky, will fill you with glee. Perfect at Christmas.
This family tradition involved all of us - even the kids. They got to help make it even if they didn't get to drink it!
The real deal.
A fabulous sweet little shooter, this bubblegum flavour, powder-blue shot makes a great party starter or a delicious night cap nip! A big hit in the Canadian Arctic bar I spent a summer propping up the bar in... my girly refusal to chug a shot of whisky meant the barman and I devised this little gem. I hear it's still on the menu now!
A mint julep made with Cognac and sparkling wine instead of bourbon.
This is a delicious, very complex-tasting cocktail. Kind of like a Sazerac, it’s named after an old restaurant in New Orleans.
A classic American cocktail, it's best with rye whiskey or bourbon, though bourbon makes it sweeter. Shake or stir.
This was my grandmother's cure for the winter chills - but only for adults. Nowadays, I enjoy it as much as ever, especially round Christmastime. You can also use freshly grated nutmeg for dusting along with the cinnamon.
Fruity cocktail recipe. Easy drink to make for yourself, but especially to please your girlfriend :D