Show off a classic Southern staple at your next party with these satisfying bourbon cocktails.
When the crowd breaks for halftime, impress your guests by bringing out a round of Old Fashioneds, garnished with fruit and
made with a secret ingredient: whole-berry cranberry sauce. These cocktails are best served immediately, so recruit a fellow
barkeep for muddling assistance.
Served ice cold, these refreshing cocktails keep your guests cool.
While this sipper makes for the perfect tailgate cocktail, we have a feeling you'll be mixing up this delicious combination
when the season is over too.
Bourbon and apple are perfect teammates in this thoroughly Southern concoction.
Bourbon and ginger ale combine to make a cool, colorful drink.
Choose Black Mission figs or another purple-skinned variety to give the drink a pretty tint.
Treat guests to a beverage that oozes charm. This sweet sipper features two regional favorites—bourbon and peaches.
For the Kentucky Bourbon afficionados in your bunch, make Julian's Old Fashioned the go-to cocktail for your next gathering.
Its namesake may be the fastest two minutes in sports, but that doesn't mean this cocktail should be short-lived. Consider
our derby julep a cocktail hour mainstay all year long.
Muscadine wine stars in this spirited concoction of grenadine, bourbon, and a variety of fruit juices and sodas.
Toasted pecans, cream of coconut, cinnamon, and sweetened whipped cream make it hard to tell if this bourbon concoction is
a cocktail or dessert.
Ginger beer is a nonalcoholic fizzy beverage with a pop of spicy ginger. It's the flavor secret in this spicy but refreshing
Spiked with bourbon or rum, this sweet tea is just for the adults. Garnish with fresh sugarcane and pineapple slices for a
This iced cocktail features the best of two classic Southern drinks: the mint julep and sweet tea. For best results, sip in
a rocking chair on a front porch somewhere.
Add a Southern twist to eggnog with sweet-and-rich-as-honey sorghum. For a spiced garnish, sprinkle individual servings with
Mix three Southern favorites― bourbon, sweet tea, and lemonade―for a Spiked Arnold Palmer.
Said to be The Big Easy's first cocktail, it was originally served at the Sazerac Coffee House.
Celebrate in style with this holiday beverage. Peach preserves (like you would spread on biscuits) are the secret ingredient.
Generate some buzz at your next party with a refreshing combination of bourbon, cranberry, and orange.
To make garnish, pin orange rinds around straws and leave for 15 minutes.
Mint juleps are the quintessential Southern cocktail. All you need for this classic version is fresh mint, mint simple syrup,
and bourbon. Leftover simple syrup keeps refrigerated about one week and perfectly sweetens iced tea. See our tips and techniques
for stirring up a mint julep.