Garnish with an amarena cherry. Readers will find out what makes bourbon different from other whiskeys of the world and how to truly savor all of its better qualities. He frequently teaches mixology and spirits seminars in the Pacific Northwest, to groups as diverse as Culinary Institute of America to the Oregon Restaurant Association, as well as serving as a beverage program consultant for bars and restaurants throughout the country. Much of the book is devoted to recipes and instructions for the professional or at-home bartender, from classic drinks such as the Manhattan and the Mint Julep to drinks for special occasions, including the Candy Cane, Pumpkin Eggnog, and Kentucky Bourbon Sparkler. Taking in grown-up scotch and sodas, celebratory mint juleps, and playful picklebacks, there are recipes here for any mood, any event, and any whisky-drinker. The recipe for this drink first appeared in print in The Savoy Cocktail Book in 1930. This classic combination of whiskey, vermouth and bitters makes it a fundamental cocktail for all bartenders, and a great drink for experimenting with different whiskies.
Stir over ice to the sounds of Sammy Davis Jr. For the modern take, place a sugar cube in the glass and sprinkle it with the bitters. This beautifully illustrated book will introduce you to the wider world of malts, and showcase the true potential of whisky and bourbon. In this book you will find 300 recipes using Bourbon Whiskey and exact instructions for preparing the cocktails. Whiskey Cocktails is a sublime journey of the senses with mouthwatering recipes and exquisite photography.
His commitment to sourcing unique, refreshing, quality ingredients to enhance his cocktails is second to none and it shows in the elaborate, delectable concoctions he wields. Pour in the whiskey and add ice, then top up with soda water. It will treat you to a splendid selection of over 650 recipes—from classics such as the Tom Collins and Daiquiri to unique concoctions like the Maheshwar Margarita a feni—Cointreau—lemon juice mix and Mango Bellini to inventive punches, mocktails and heady mixtures guaranteed to cure hangovers—complete with meticulous instructions on measurements, suggested glassware and garnishes, as well as a few tricks to reinvent popular mixes. Add the orange twist and an amarena cherry and muddle the fruit and sugar cube. Additionally, Lance founded and was the president of the first independent craft bartenders guild in America. You can offer it both ways — the traditional recipe, and the modern, post- Prohibition version with muddled fruit. It will show you how to master basic techniques and impress your guests: keep your glasses sparkling clean, create decorative ice cubes and use a cocktail shaker with panache.
Method: Pour the whisky and Drambuie into a rocks glass, add a little fresh ice, then stir gently to incorporate. Ingredients for the modern: 60ml whiskey, 1 sugar cube, 6 dashes Angostura bitters, large orange twist and an amarena cherry, 60ml soda water. The book's introduction explains how the use of specific spirits and ingredients, glassware, and special techniques, such as muddling and infusions, accentuates the unique flavor of bourbon. In Whisky Made Me Do It, award-winning mixologist and Certified Specialist of Spirits, Lance Mayhew explains everything you need to know: how to choose the right type, mix the ultimate Manhattan and find the perfect cocktail for any occasion. This is also one of the few classic cocktails to use Cherry Heering, a Danish liqueur that is matured for three years before being bottled.
Perfect for both newcomers and connoisseurs, Bourbon at Its Best is an entertaining, informative tour of this intoxicating world. Bourbon at Its Best is the most comprehensive guide to this drink available, with detailed descriptions of these elixirs, from the tried and true ways in which they are made to the amazing range of flavors they deliver. Our brands collectively have won more than 20 industry in the last year alone and, most recently, Dotdash was named by Digiday, a leading industry publication. But do you know the history behind some of the most famous whisky cocktails — why they were created and how to honour the great and the good by crafting them with the same expertise as a head barman? No substitutions either on Scotch whisky or the Drambuie, please. This leads to the drinks of pre-Prohibition, Prohibition, and post-Repeal, and then to a section on the cocktail renaissance of the last 15 years. This site is like a library, you could find million book here by using search box in the widget. An ardent sensualist, he approaches cocktails in the way an untarnished artist approaches the canvas--guileless, ingenious, and heartfelt.
To shed some light on the it all, award-winning mixologist Lance Mayhew has assembled a collection of historical recipes and explains everything you need to know about whisky cocktails in his latest book, Whisky Made Me Do It. Strain into a coupe or martini glass, garnish with a large orange twist expressed over the drink. Method: Half-fill a cocktail shaker with ice. His cocktail compositions are true works of art that will stand the test of time. Whiskey can be an intimidating drink to the uninitiated. Originally, rye would have been used, but now bourbon and other whiskies appear in this drink in bars across the globe. He explains everything you need to know, from how to choose the right type of whisky, to mixing the ultimate Manhattan, to finding the perfect cocktail for any occasion.
Bobrow freshens up classic cocktail recipes and offers a few recipes that will surely become classics themselves. One variation pays tribute to the legendary group of entertainers who put Las Vegas on the map. Ingredients: 60ml whiskey bourbon or rye are most frequently used, Canadian whisky or a blended Scotch whisky , 30ml good sweet vermouth, 2 dashes angostura bitters, amarena cherry, to garnish. In Whiskey Cocktails, Warren Bobrow did us all a favor. The useful bourbon glossary and bibliography will appeal to professional or at-home bartenders eager to experiment, invent, and savor their own recipes.
Thanks in part to the general popularity of cocktails and the marketing efforts of the bourbon industry, there are more brands of bourbon and more bourbon drinkers than ever before. Warren leads you on a historic and personal tour and keeps you reeled in with his graceful prose that emanates from the heart. The Spruce family of brands, including , , , and collectively reach 30 million people each month. From the highlands of Scotland to Bourbon county, Kentucky, whisky distilleries have spread across the world, and today there are multitudes of styles and flavours to complement any manner of mixer. Ingredients: 22ml blended Scotch whisky, 22ml Cherry Heering liqueur, 22ml sweet vermouth, 22ml freshly squeezed orange juice blood orange, if possible , a large orange twist, to garnish.
Add some ice and stir with a barspoon until chilled — about one minute. Finally, we, whiskey drinkers, have our own cocktail book to cherish. Most folks may not be able to drink it straight. They'll experience the magic of bourbon-making first-hand, traveling to classic distilleries in America's heartland. Pour in the whisky, Cherry Heering, sweet vermouth and orange juice and shake vigorously for one minute. One of the best new whiskey books of 2014 - TastingTable.