If you’re interested in making whisky cocktails at home, you’ll need these bar tools and a few choice mixers.
While apples get all the attention come autumn, try your hand at one of these cocktail recipes that put pears front and center.
Poached pear is featured twice in this autumnal cocktail, both as a garnish and an essential ingredient.
This riff on the Whiskey Sour uses baking spices and Asian pears to deliver fall flavors and a layer of complexity.
If you’re accustomed to making Toddies with hot tea, switch up the temperature and try out one of these cold tea and whisky recipes.
A blackberry-peppercorn shrub combines with prosecco, lemon juice, bourbon, and mint for a crisp and refreshing sip.
The chiles in this drink, which was created by Jason Kosmas, beverage director at Hai Hospitality in Austin bring some heat to a traditional Whisky Ginger.
These whisky cocktail recipes incorporate shrubs—a mixture of fruit, sugar, and vinegar—to delicious results.