Articles Tagged: Bourbon

Creole Mama

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Cupid’s Mark

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Packer’s Punch

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Kentucky Apple Sour Jellies

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Jell-O shots are fun, but they don’t taste like cocktails.  This sophisticated take on the Jell-O shot, which like the Brits we’re going to call a “jelly,” tastes like a cocktail in solid form. I reinterpreted the Kentucky Apple Sour, a recipe from our upcoming book DIY Cocktails, and turned it into a jiggly finger food. I used sparkling apple juice because I had some in the house and think it adds a little … Read more

The Rooster

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A huge part of the holidays is the blockbuster. One of this season’s most anticipated films to hit the big screen is True Grit, an all-star (Jeff Bridges, Matt Damon, Josh Brolin) remake of one greatest films of all-time.

The folks at Wild Turkey figured, while there is endless holiday fare to choose from, there is only one movie that has the tradition, toughness and swagger to be Wild Turkey Bourbon’s holiday pick.

So, … Read more

Maker’s Mark Egg Nog

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Hot Cinn Apple Toddy

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Holiday Poached Pears with Bourbon

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Poached pears are a simple yet elegant dessert to serve at the holidays. This recipe has the colors and flavors of fall, making it perfect for Thanksgiving.

Ingredients

    4 fresh pears (I used Bosc)
    1 cup bourbon
    ¼ cup cranberries
    ¼ cup honey
    1 cup water
    1 tbsp vanilla
    1 tbsp ground cinnamon

Instructions

Core and peel the pears, leaving the stems on. Combine all other ingredients in a pot and mix, then place pears … Read more

Honey Bourbon Cocktail Cherries

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This cocktail cherry recipe will take you about 15 minutes … and I promise you’ll like them better than those radioactive-looking “maraschino” cherries most bars and grocery stores stock. (I gave maraschino the sarcastic quotation mark treatment because the neon-red ones that are most common don’t even use maraschino liqueur or Marasca cherries, just a lot of sugar.)

Aside from garnishing cocktails like Manhattans with these, you can also use them as a dessert topping … Read more

Road Kill

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