Whisk(e)y

How to Use the Lincoln County Process

How to Use the Lincoln County Process

As an American, the irony is not lost on me that my next guest, a Scot, is talking about Tennessee Whiskey ALL THE TIME!  Jack and Coke was the first cocktail Cam Dawson ever tried. It had to be written in the stars that he…

How to Make the Monkey Shoulder Lazy Old Fashioned

How to Make the Monkey Shoulder Lazy Old Fashioned

One Monkey Shoulder Old Fashioned is fabulous, but a whole bottle of them – heaven. Monkey Shoulder has made it so easy with their Lazy Old Fashioned recipe and only with three ingredients. For US measurements, please use my handy Cocktail Measurements Converter! If you…

How to Make the Woodford Reserve Mint Julep

How to Make the Woodford Reserve Mint Julep

And they’re off!  If you are hearing those words, you are definitely sipping a Mint Julep, the drink of choice at the Kentucky Derby. A classic Bourbon Cocktail and so easy with its combination of mint, sugar and Woodford Reserve Bourbon. Just make sure you…

How to make Seagram’s Seven and Seven

How to make Seagram’s Seven and Seven

We know if a cocktail had endured decades, there must be something great about it. That’s our cocktail recipe today – the Seven and Seven or 7 & 7 – a whiskey highball that has lingered on since the 1970’s.  So easy with just two…

How to Make a Sazerac

How to Make a Sazerac

One of the many cocktails that was invented in New Orleans in the 19th C, the Sazerac is a heady mix of Rye Whiskey, sugar, bitters and a spot of Absinthe. It’s one of those classic cocktails that knocks you out of the room. Using…