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Whiskey cocktail
A whiskey cocktail is a cocktail that includes whiskey. Although whiskey is often served neat or on the rocks,[1] it is used in many classic cocktails such as the Old Fashioned, Manhattan, and Julep.[2] Some specifically call for Scotch whisky or bourbon whiskey.
One of the original whiskey cocktails, an old fashioned
Examples
Duos
Trios
Other
References
  1. ^ "27 Best Whiskey Cocktails - Whiskey Drink Recipes". Townandcountrymag.com. 2019-07-17. Retrieved 2019-07-21.
  2. ^ Bon Appétit (2019-04-24). "22 Amazing Whiskey Drink Recipes | Bon Appétit". Bonappetit.com. Retrieved 2019-07-21.
  3. ^ "Angry Granny Drink Recipe - Cocktail". www.barnonedrinks.com​.
  4. ^ "PUNCH | Blinker Cocktail Recipe".
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  6. ^ Simonson, Robert (28 January 2014). "The Boulevardier Is Back on the Menu". The New York Times. Retrieved 19 April 2016.
  7. ^ Venegas, Dominic. "The Bourbon Cocktail That's About To Become Your Favorite". Liquor.com.
  8. ^ "If You Like a Whiskey Sour, You'll Love the Gold Rush". Liquor.com.
  9. ^ Castro, Erick. "Whiskey Drinks We Love: Mint Julep". Liquor.com.
  10. ^ Rick Martinez,Alex Lau (2015-10-01). "Hard Cider Spritz Recipe". Bon Appetit. Retrieved 2019-07-21.
  11. ^ Katz, Allen. "If You Haven't Tried the New York Sour, Now's The Time". Liquor.com.
  12. ^ "The Libertine (Bourbon Whiskey, Orange, Lemon, Maple, Rosemary Sour) Cocktail Recipe". Saveur.
  13. ^ Adkins, Erik. "This Might Be The Most Decadent Bourbon Drink Out There". Liquor.com.
  14. ^ "If You Only Know How to Make One Cocktail, Make It the Bourbon Old Fashioned". Liquor.com.
  15. ^ "It's Time You Knew How to Make One of the World's Most Famous Cocktails". Liquor.com.
  16. ^ Regan, Gary. "Classic Cocktails You Should Know: The Scofflaw". Liquor.com.
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