The Whiskey Trail

Nothing says America like a good U.S. made, barrel-aged bourbon. With a legacy that goes all the way back to Kentucky’s bourbon trail American South, the dark spirit is best served at any time of the year during any season. Whether served neat, on the rocks or mixed with bitters or simple syrup, bourbon’s sweet and smoky taste enhances any cocktail. It’s not just the Old Fashioned and Manhattan that stoke the flavors of the dark spirit — having a few creative bourbon cocktails on your menu can make the blandest night vibrant.

Beantown BulleitBulleit Bourbon
Courtesy of Bulleit Bourbon.

1 1/3 oz. Bulleit Bourbon
Lemon wedge
Tonic water

Serve over ice in a rocks glass. Garnish with a generous wedge of lemon.


Blue Hawaiian Nog
Created by bartender Chris Hannah of Arnaud’s French 75 in New Orleans.
Recipe Serves: 2 a


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