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Whisky Cocktails – Mixing Up the Liquid Gold

Greek classic Homer called olive oil “the liquid gold,” but for whiskey lovers, if anything is liquid gold it is whiskey itself.

But, unlike gold, the whiskey goes above par when mixed with certain things, we call it a cocktail. Let’s discuss some of the all-time best and some brand new cocktail recipes.

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Irish coffee

Irish coffee is one of the most traditional whiskey related cocktails there is. There is nothing much in it but only sugar, whipped cream, Irish Whiskey and of course the coffee.

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Jack and Coke

The most popular whiskey cocktail of the earth is second on our list. It is the most American drink ever. In addition to that, it is the simplest; you can prepare it anywhere.

Just add some Coca-cola to 60 ml Jack Daniels, and you are good to go.

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Espresso Old Fashioned

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Another classic, for this drink you need double shot espresso, bourbon and an eleven inches lemon peel.

Pour espresso and bourbon into a shaker filled with ice and then stir it for 30 minutes.

Put the mixture into a glass twist lemon peel over the drink or rub around the rim of the glass, we have an Espresso Old fashioned all set to drink.

Whiskey Sour

If there is anything simple in this world, then it is this drink. The whiskey sour is a mix of whiskey, lemon juice, lime juice and powdered sugar.

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Plainly take a shaker with lid, add two shots of whiskey, juice of four lemons, juice from two limes and four teaspoons powdered sugar.

Shake the mixture till sugar dissolves and serve it in a stylish glass, on rocks.

Consequently, these four whiskey-based cocktails cover the classics and the modern section equally.

Hope these recipes may help you in the manner you like, cheers!

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