5 Easy to Make Whisky Cocktails for Summers 2021
Whisky is an alcoholic beverage that is one of the most popular drinks for people in India and other parts of the world. It is defined as an alcoholic beverage distilled from grain and aged in wooden barrels. There must be no added flavoring for a whiskey to be a whiskey and all its flavors are meant to come from the barrel in which the whiskey is aged in. Besides, it is also used for making savory cocktails. Let’s have a look at top 5 easy-to-make cocktails that should be tried this summer.
One of the easiest recipes to follow, whiskey sour is a globally accepted cocktail. It is believed to taste good with a choice of a Classic Bourbon whiskey. This particular whiskey cocktail follows a 2:1:1 ratio ingredient-wise where one part is sweet. 2 ounces of Bourbon whiskey is mixed along with 1 ounce of freshly squeezed lemon juice (lemon syrup would also do) and 1 ounce of simple syrup (could be honey or agave). Shake them well for a minute along with ice, and your whiskey sour is ready to be served. The drink is also served with egg white which is added to the shaker once the drink is completely mixed.
This cocktail uses a bourbon whiskey with angostura bitters, maple syrup / simple syrup and a lemon twist or slice / orange slice. Place the sugar, bitters and water in a small tumbler and mix until the sugar dissolves. Ready your serving glass with ice and whiskey. Pour the mixture into the glass and stir for 10-15 seconds. Use the lemon twist or orange as a garnish over the glass.
Invented in New York in the mid-1870s, Manhattan is one of the most popular cocktails of all times. It is made using 2 ounces of Whiskey, 0.5 ounces of sweet vermouth, 1 dash of angostura bitters and cherry. Mix your whiskey, vermouth, and bitters in a serving glass and stir for at least 10 seconds. Add ice to the glass and stir for another 10 seconds. Garnish with a cherry.
Brown Derby Cocktail
This 19th century Bourbon cocktail uses 3 ingredients- Bourbon whiskey, grapefruit juice and honey syrup. Add ice cubes along with bourbon, grapefruit juice, and honey in a mixer. Shake for about 20 seconds till you start feeling the chill in your hands. Pour the mixture into the serving glass and garnish it with a lemon wedge. Your drink is ready to serve.
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