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5 Easy Cocktails

June 12, 2015 Food + Drink

5 Easy Cocktails to Impress

5 Easy Cocktails

Few skills are more admirable than the ability to make a craft cocktail. Whether hosting a party or enjoying a nightcap after a date, the man of the hour always seems to know how to make a great cocktail.

Jack’s Tennessee Tea: Perfect for the summer, we highly recommend this cocktail. The key to this recipe is in the honey. Add honey before adding ice and stir until the honey is dissolved. Why? Once the drink is chilled, you’re going to have a very hard time dissolving the honey. Add mint leaves for an extra touch of garnish. Serve in a highball glass or mason jar.
• 2 ounces Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Honey Whiskey
• 2 ounces fresh lemon juice
• 1 tablespoon honey
• 4 ounces cola

Blackberry Bourbon Lemonade: Crisp, tart and refreshing. This lip-smacking recipe is great to serve in the backyard or at the beach.
• 4 ounces of fresh blackberries
• 3 ounces Blade and Bow Whiskey
• 2 ounces fresh lemon juice
• 2 ounces simply syrup
• Fresh mint leaves
• Lemon zest

Citrus Squeeze
: Perfect for summer barbecues, mix the ingredients in a glass over ice.
• 2 parts Ole Smoky® Summer Citrus Moonshine
• 2 parts St. Germain
• 2 parts cranberry juice

King of Manhattan
: A modern twist on the classic. Experience Crown Royal’s new Northern Harvest Rye, the brand’s first-ever blended rye whisky, with this simple and fool-proof recipe. While it can also be enjoyed neat or on the rocks, impress with this modernized recipe.
• 1 dash bitters
• 1 1/4 ounces Crown Royal Northern Harvest Rye Whisky
• 1/4 ounces Sweet vermouth

Chapala: This is perfect for the girl who is not a fan of brown liqueur or if you swear by a shot of Tequila. Best over ice and in a chilled highball glass, this is a drink we know everyone will enjoy.

• 1.25 ounces Don Julio® Blanco Tequila
• .25 ounces triple sec
• 1 ounces grenadine
• 2 ounces orange juice
• 1 ounces lime juice

Imbibe and impress with these cocktail recipes this summer. Be sure to stock up on the preferred brands that we’ve called out while filling your fridge with key staples like lemon juice, cranberry juice and some fresh fruit that you can use for garnish.



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