Creating drinks named the "Turf Cocktail" was evidently a popular pastime during the decades hugging the turn of the 20th century. There are no fewer than three distinct drink recipes bearing this name or a slight variation that come to us from old bar books. In today's cocktail, we focus on a version that starts off like a Dry Martini before galloping in its own direction.
Kentucky Flyer...•2 oz Rye whiskey •.75 oz Luxardo Maraschino Liqueur •.5 oz Fresh lemon juice •1 to 2 Fresh mint leaves Garnish: Brandied cherries and mint leaf
Everybody knows that Brooklyn has made a huge comeback in real estate, restaurants and the cocktail scene. It's only fitting this old school sip, named after the popular New York borough, is also showing face again.
New Orleans mixologist Chris Hannah makes this cognac-and-merlot concoction for Mardi Gras celebrations.
Sticky Date Bourbon Smash
Got some blueberries, sugar, lemon juice, gin and a little egg white? You must try a Blueberry Gin Sour cocktail!
Make this delicious blueberry margarita cocktail in minutes! You'll taste the margarita flavor with a pretty blue color. Use fresh blueberries to adorn the glass and salted sugar on the rim!