Serious Winter Drinks
Ah, Winter. That time of year when bar patrons around the country pull out their heavy coats and contemplate chilly trips to the warm glow of a candlelit bar.
It’s the season to set aside the citrusy and playful (Margaritas and Mai Tais, we’re looking at you), and reach for something, well, a bit more serious.
We’re talking big flavors and elegant, stirred cocktails: Read on for menu inspiration for the shortest days of the year.
Swap gin for mezcal in this easy but crowd-pleasing take on the Negroni.
A coffee bean infusion turns this clarified milk punch into a Winter eye opener.
Mesquite & Maple Old Fashioned
Maple Syrup is the ideal cold weather sweetener, and its round, amber notes perfectly compliment Longbranch bourbon’s mesquite notes.
A drier take on a Boulevardier, this stirred classic is worth seeking out.
The split base twist adds elegant orange and Cognac notes to a base of Russel’s Reserve 10 year Bourbon.
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