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.
This fruity take on the classic Hot Toddy uses maple syrup, blackberry jelly, and a Tennessee whiskey base.
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The Italian cherry liqueur naturally complements whisky in beautifully balanced cocktails such as the Brooklyn.
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