On the occasion of World Whiskey Day on the third Saturday in May, we are here to give big pleasant to you, i.e.,7 Best Whiskey Cocktail recipes. You no need to worry while sitting at home. And We all know that We’ve been celebrating World Whiskey day on the third Saturday in May for nine years now. Hence, It’s become a landmark on the whiskey calendar. But the situation is different this year due to pandemic COVID-19.
Below we are presenting the 7 best Whiskey Cocktail recipes for you. That you should try while sitting safe at home and can celebrate your day. So, sit back and enjoy the whiskey cocktail.
1)Whiskey and Apple juice
Whiskey and Apple juice is easy to replicate and focuses on an effortless, delicious flavor combination. And also It’s a great entry-level drink for someone just getting into whiskey or making cocktails at home.
• Starward Solera 50 ml
• An apple fan to garnish
• Freshly pressed green apples to top up
Mix and shake the whiskey and apple juice and pour into a tumbler over ice.
Enjoy the serve!
Bourbon Mojito has been part of the mix as long as cocktails have been around.
• Buffalo Trace bourbon 50ml
• 5ml lime juice
• 1tsp sugar
• 60ml soda water
• Fresh mint leaves
Muddle together the fresh mint, lime, and sugar in a tall glass and fill with ice. Add the bourbon and serve with soda water.
3)The Old Fashioned
The old fashioned is a traditional whiskey cocktail with bitters, soda water, and a light orange garnish. After that, You can serve in a tumbler with crushed ice.
• 2 oz bourbon
• 3-4 dashes bitters (Angostura or Orange)
• 1 sugar cube
• Orange peel
• A few drops water
In an Old traditional glass, add bitters, sugar cube, and water. Stir it and add bourbon and ice and again stir. Further, garnish with an orange peel over the top and serve in the glass.
This recipe is similar to the Manhattan instead of rye whiskey, uses Scotch. And instead of aromatic bitters uses Angostura bitters. The difference is delicious. Go on, try it for yourself.
• 2 oz Scotch whiskey
• 0.75 oz sweet vermouth
• 3-4 dashes Angostura bitters
• Cherry for garnish
Mix all the ingredients and pour into the glass with ice. Stir it and strain it into a chilled cocktail glass. Moreover, Garnish with a cocktail cherry.
Whiskey Sour invented in 1766. It served hot at the time. After that, the advent of refrigerators and freezers in 1850 changed the recipe and the way it consumed. further, In the film “7 years of reflection”, this cocktail had its moment of Fame at the cinema with Marilyn Monroe.
• 5 cl of bourbon whiskey
• 1 lemon
• 2 cl of sugar cane syrup
Make The “Whisky Sour” recipe with a shaker. Press the juice of a lemon, pour into the shaker with the whiskey, and cane sugar. Further, Strain with a few ice cubes and pour in the glass. Serve in Old fashioned glass.
Whiskey cocktails don’t come much more refreshing than a mint julep. So Serve with a crushed ice and top with freshly picked garden mint.
• 65ml bourbon
• 10 mint leaves
• 12½ ml 2:1 sugar syrup
• Crushed Ice cubes
Mix the bourbon, mint leaves, and sugar syrup with ice and strain into a highball glass or julep tin filled with crushed ice. Further, garnish with a big mint sprig and straw.
Pineapple and whiskey rarely find a place together but the Algonquin cocktail demonstrates how well the duo can work. This tropical whiskey martini adds dry vermouth to the mix, which marries the two distinct flavors. So enjoy it with a summer meal, and you’re sure to enjoy its complex beauty.
• rye whiskey 1 1/2 lt
• dry vermouth 3/4 lt
• pineapple juice 3/4 lt
Gather the ingredients and Shake the cocktail filled with ice, pour the dry vermouth, the rye whiskey, and pineapple juice. Further, Shake well and strain into a chilled cocktail glass.
Serve and enjoy!