Because who doesn’t like a boozy jack-o’-lantern?
Because bourbon > espresso.
Spoil yourself with a boozy taste of Southern hospitality.
The glittering mixture of local bourbon, orange liqueur, two kinds of bitters, and Champagne is the signature drink of Louisville's Seelbach Hotel.
This drink a tart and boozy riff on a Whiskey Sour.
This 1970s-era drink, named for the popular film The Godfather, is often made with equal parts, but this version dials down the sweetness.
This beer cocktail adds a hoppy IPA to 100-proof bourbon, some citrus and the kicker: muddled fresh marjoram.
This citrus-infused cocktail takes the idea of a Manhattan and builds upon the classic.
Bourbon and orange don't usually go together, but this cocktail adds a splash of orange liqueur to bourbon and tops it off with ginger ale to counter the sweetness.