By Ankit Kumar May 26, 2023
Whisky cocktail for haters: Blood & Sand. Whisky, cherry brandy, sweet vermouth, orange juice. Shake, pour in coupe glass, add orange twist.
Classic mid-Victorian whisky drink, called Todd, made with whisky, honey, lemon and boiling water - jazz up with spices. Now used as remedy.
Manhattan cocktail origin uncertain; O. H. Byron's 1884 recipe popularized it using American rye whiskey, garnished with lemon twist.
An iconic American cocktail associated with Kentucky Derby for over 80 years. Made with fresh mint, bourbon, sugar, and bitters, served over crushed ice.
Original whisky cocktail dated 1806; made with sugar cube soaked in bitters, rye or bourbon whisky, ice, stirring. Garnish with orange zest.
A modern cocktail classic made with two Scotches, ginger liqueur, lemon juice, and honey syrup. Rich, smoky, and spicy. Garnish with ginger.
Manhattan's cousin, Rob Roy, a sweet Scotch cocktail created in 1894 at the Waldorf-Astoria. Sweet vermouth and bitters mix with Scotch.
Simple Scotch whisky cocktail with Drambuie liqueur, popularized by the Rat Pack in 1950s-60s NYC. Combine 3 parts whisky with 1 part Drambuie over ice.
Whisky Sour: Bourbon, lemon, egg white & sugar mixed and served over ice; evolved from rum-based Punch to prevent sailors' scurvy, still enjoyed today.