Nothing goes better with changing leaves and cozy sweaters than a dram of bourbon. In honor of this classic autumnal pairing, we've put together some of our favorite articles about and recipes calling for the whiskey. Whether you're an experienced bourbon drinker or a beginner, you're sure to find something of interest here. Cheers!
The Horse’s Neck gets its name from its long coiled lemon peel that snakes around the inside of the glass. Believed to be in rotation as early as 1895, this cocktail is further proof that the simplest combinations can often be the most satisfying.
It's been said that the original cocktail contains sugar, bitters, whiskey and water. This variation, made by cocktail legend Dale Degroff, adds muddled fruit and soda water for a lighter, fruitier taste.