More than just a garnish, adding homemade candied ginger to your cocktails puts a personal touch on a Mule, Sour, or other classic.
With plenty of sweet and spice flavors, the herbal liqueur is the perfect match for whiskey in cocktails like the Vieux Carré and more.
This riff on the Whiskey Sour uses wild berries, Islay scotch, and maple thyme simple syrup to balance sweet and smoky flavors.
A riff on the Old Fashioned, this cocktail uses both Irish whiskey, peated scotch, and lemongrass syrup to build an earthy profile.
This take on the classic Sazerac uses rye, black birch-infused cognac, and maple syrup to harness a woodsy feel.
Go beyond the Blood and Sand with these cocktails that prove that whisky and orange juice make a great match.
Oaked, high-rye bourbon pairs nicely with the jalapeño and poblano flavors present in this cocktail.
This rye-based cocktail starts off citrusy but finishes on a spicy note, thanks to the addition of chile liqueur and habanero shrub.