This cocktail is meant to give the feeling of a warm embrace, with Tennessee whiskey mixing with espresso syrup, heavy cream, and Coca-Cola.
Nutty amaretto combines with Firewater bitters for this cocktail that takes its name from a classic holiday image.
These cocktails use ingredients like coconut milk, stout beer, and heavy cream to deliver wonderful spice-driven wintery drinks.
Whiskey makers outside of Kentucky are crafting their own bourbon traditions, and finding eager fan bases in the process.
Alcohol free whiskeys provide an alternative for those looking to take a break from drinking without sacrificing their favorite cocktail.
Nuttiness presents itself in both new-make spirit and mature whiskies, and you can even call specific nuts out by name when tasting whisky.
This Hot Toddy riff gets its name by combining Kentucky bourbon with the French aperitif Dubonnet Rouge.