By Emily Hanna | firstname.lastname@example.org
Whiskey comes in a variety of styles, thanks to the range of raw ingredi- ents distillers can choose to involve in its distillation, and it is produced in countries around the world. From warm and flavorful American bourbons to
peaty single-malt Scotches and engaging, earthy Japanese whiskies, diversity abounds.
But it’s not just the make-up and distillation of the grain spirit that vary; the cocktail
creations whiskey inspires are just as wide-ranging, allowing the age-old spirit to live up
to its namesake as the “water of life.”
The On the Fly Colada
Created by Giuseppe Gonzales and the
winning recipe for the Grand Marnier and
Navan “On the Fly” Competition at Tales
of the Cocktail.
2 ounces Yerba Mate tea-infused
¾ ounce Navan Vanilla Liqueur
1 Funkin Pina Colada Mix
Build the cocktail with all ingredients in a
snifter and add ice.
Created by Brian Zipin of Central Michel
Richard in Washington, D.C., and served
at Capitol File’s White House Corre-
spondents’ Association Dinner After
1 ¾ parts Maker’s Mark
1 ¼ parts sweet vermouth
1 ¼ parts Aperol
½ part fresh lime and orange
4 dashes Peychaud’s Bitters
Marinated orange peel, for
Shake over ice, strain and serve in
a cocktail glass with a marinated
Courtesy of Suntory Yamazaki.
2 ounces Yamazaki 12-year-old Single Malt
6 ounces apple cider
Shake and strain into
an ice-filled glass. Dust
with fresh cinnamon and
garnish with 2 apple slices
and a cinnamon stick.
Tully 10 Cider
Courtesy of Tullamore Dew.
1 ½ ounces Tullamore Dew
1 ½ ounces apple cider
½ ounce fresh lime juice
½ ounce simple syrup or pinch
2 mint leaves for muddling
Build in a pint glass, muddle
mint and shake with ice. Strain
over ice and garnish with a
Courtesy of Knob Creek Kentucky
2 parts Knob Creek
½ part sweet vermouth
½ part dry vermouth
1 dash of bitters
Swirl with ice to chill, and then pour into
a cocktail glass. Garnish with a mara-
Specialty of Gardner Dunn, brand ambas-
sador for Suntory Yamazaki.
2 orange slices
1 maraschino cherry, no stem
1 tsp. orange marmalade
2-3 dashes Angostura bitters
2 ounces Yamazaki 12-Year-Old Single Malt
¼ ounce Domaine de Canton Ginger Liqueur
Combine first four ingredients into an
empty mixing glass; muddle contents
and add ice. Add the Yamazaki and
Domaine de Canton to the iced mixing
glass, and then shake vigorously and
double-strain. Serve in a double rocks
glass with ice and garnish with an orange
slice and cherry.
Jameson & Ginger
Courtesy of Jameson Irish Whiskey.
1 part Jameson Irish Whiskey
3 parts ginger ale
In an ice-filled glass, add 1 part Jameson
and 3 parts ginger ale. Add twists of
lemon and/or lime to taste.
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