As a nod to Kevin Rahm’s (Desperate Housewives and Mad Men) recent wedding where he served Basil Hayden’s, Basil Hayden’s has created Bluegrass Punch. Just in time for the summer entertaining and BBQ season, Bluegrass Punch is inspired by the Kentucky heritage of bourbon and the summer’s freshest fruit. It’s the perfect addition to any summer event as it combines spicy bourbon, tart blueberry and passion fruit juices and mint leaves with a splash of … Read more
Toast dear old Dad with this creation created by top DC mixologist JP Caceres for Basil Hayden’s Bourbon (and Dad of course.) Bourbon Daddy combines Basil Hayden’s spicy bourbon with the added kick of pink peppercorns, tart lemon juice and savory sage for a cocktail that will make any dad feel special this year.
Enjoy with Dad this Father’s Day, or if your the Dad, enjoy by yourself in quiet!
In honor of one of spring’s most anticipated romantic comedies, Think Like A Man, Basil Hayden’s teamed up with top Austin mixologist, Rob Pate, to create Basil Hayden’s Monsieur Hayden. The cocktail is inspired by the Boulevardier, a classic bourbon cocktali that’s been enjoyed by men around the world for almost 100 years! Monsieur Hayden combines ingredients like Campari, citrusy Cocchi Americano aperitif and ginger juice with spicy Basil Hayden’s to create a bold bourbon … Read more
Fire & Ice is inspired by the struggle to defend the Iron Throne and the feuding families in Westeros. Created by mixologist Joel Black, the cocktail combines spicy bourbon with the intense flavors lime juice, jalapeño and sweet pomegranate juice to create a dynamic fusion of fire and ice in every sip.
Mix up some Fire and Ice while you enjoy the new season of Game of Thrones this Sunday night!!
First originating in the 1940s at the Port of Foynes, in the West of Ireland, by chef Joe Sheridan. Wanting to warm a some weary American passengers, Joe added some whiskey to there glass. When they inquired what sort of coffee it was, Joe replied, “Irish Coffee”. The drink became a staple at near by Shannon Airport, where it was discovered by San Francisco travel writer, Stanton Delaplane. Delaplane was so taken by the cocktail, … Read more