Opt for a high-proof rye, such as Rittenhouse 100-proof, in this variation on the classic Manhattan.
In this cocktail, Canadian whisky tames the bitter, herbal bite of Fernet-Branca.
This drink takes the subtle flavors in a Boulevardier and adds dark cherry and bitter roasted coffee liqueur.
This take on the Whiskey Ginger (aka the Irish Buck) adds a squeeze of lime and some bitters, which complement the slightly spicy but smooth Crown Royal Northern Harvest rye.
This cocktail was created by Steven Lucas at Raised for Cognac Classics Week, presented by Liquor.com and Hennessy VSOP Privilège.
This cocktail was created by Dustin Drankiewicz at Moneygun for Cognac Classics Week, presented by Liquor.com and Hennessy VSOP Privilège.
This X-Files–inspired cocktail is a classic Whiskey Sour with a pineapple twist. A Green Chartreuse float gives the drink an ethereal appearance, but the high-proof, medicinal bite keeps it grounded.
The spirit-forward nature of this cocktail makes it perfect for enjoying slowly by the fireside.
Meet the trifecta of perfectly balanced, bittersweet flavor: amaro, sweet vermouth and rye.