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Clementine Bourbon Cocktail Recipe

Clementine Cocktail Good ingredients make great cocktails. With citrus season in full swing, I’ve been shaking up cocktails and mocktails with fresh squeezed juice. This drink recipe is a mix of fresh squeezed clementine juice and bourbon whiskey. The addition of orange liqueur and orange bitters amps up the citrus flavor.

Clementine Bourbon Cocktail Recipe
3 ounces fresh squeezed clementine juice
1 1/2 ounces bourbon whiskey
3/4 ounce orange liqueur (such as Cointreau)
Few dashes orange bitters
Clementine slices
Pomegranate arils

Add clementine juice, bourbon, orange liqueur and orange bitters to cocktail shaker. Add ice to cocktail shaker; cover and shake vigorously. Strain into chilled glass filled with fresh ice. Garnish with clementine slices and pomegranate arils.

Makes 1 drink
Clementine Whiskey Drink

More cocktail recipes:
Blood Orange and Ginger Cocktail
Clementine French 75 from Bourbon and Honey
Grapefruit Margarita from Drink and Cocktail RecipesClementine Drink

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Kentucky Bourbon Drink Recipes

From Derby Day to any given Saturday, Kentucky bourbon is the key to making great drinks. Here’s a roundup of some of my favorite bourbon cocktails including a simple Kentucky Mule and a fresh take on the mint julep. Enjoy! Kentucky Mule Bourbon DrinkKentucky Bourbon Mule– bourbon mixed with fresh lime juice and spicy ginger beer

Bourbon Mint JulepBourbon and Honey Mint Julep– a twist on the classic mint julep made with mint, honey, bourbon and crushed ice (from Bourbon and Honey)

Bourbon Cider DrinkKentucky Apple Cocktail– a mix of bourbon, pure maple syrup and dry hard cider (from Drink and Cocktail Recipes)

Derby Bourbon CocktailThe Derby– bourbon, lime juice, sweet vermouth and Grand Marnier (from Frites and Fries)

Bourbon Milk PunchBourbon Milk Punch– a brunch drink made with bourbon, simple syrup, vanilla and whole milk (from Drink and Cocktail Recipes)

Bourbon Hard Cider CocktailBourbon Cider Cocktail– made with bourbon, bitters and maple hard cider

Iced Irish Coffee Drink Recipe

Cold Press Irish CoffeeIrish coffee is sweet and creamy and spiked with whiskey. It’s a darn good drink to serve at brunch when you’re looking for a bit more kick in your coffee.Irish CoffeeUsually Irish coffee is served hot, but I’m a big fan of cold brew coffee so I made an iced Irish coffee recipe. The drink is a simple mix of cold brew coffee, Irish whisky, simple syrup and slightly thickened whipping cream.

Iced Irish Coffee Recipe
4 ounces cold brew coffee, chilled
1 ounce Irish whiskey (such as Jameson)
1 ounce simple syrup
Ice cubes
Slightly thickened whipping cream (see tip)
Cocoa Powder

Add cold brew coffee, Irish whiskey and simple syrup to a mixing glass. Fill glass with ice and stir to chill the drink. Strain into a glass; discard ice. Top with slightly thickened whipping cream and a sprinkling of cocoa powder.

Makes 1 drink
Make your own cold brew coffee or buy some at your local coffee shop.
-Simple syrup is 1 part granulated sugar dissolved in 1 part water. For extra flavor, try using demerara sugar.
-To get the cream to layer evenly over the coffee, beat cream with a whisk until thickened but still pourable. (You want thickened cream, not stiff whipped cream.) Layer the cream on top of the coffee drink by slowly pouring the thickened cream over the back of a spoon. You’ll want to start with 3 to 4 tablespoons liquid whipping cream per drink.Cold Brew Irish Coffee

More Irish Whiskey Drinks:
Irish Mule
The Dubliner from Frites and Fries
Hot Irish Coffee from Drink and Cocktail Recipes

More Cold Brew Coffee Recipes:
Pumpkin Spice Coffee Frappe
Cold Press Coffee Ice Pops
Vietnamese Iced Coffee from Drink and Cocktail Recipes

Irish Mule Drink Recipe

Irish Mule DrinkWhen it comes to whiskey, I tend to go for Kentucky bourbon. But since it’s St. Patrick’s Day weekend, something a wee bit Irish felt more appropriate! You’ll never find me drinking green beer, but I’m happy to sip Irish whiskey.

One of the easiest drinks to make for a St. Patrick’s Day celebration is an Irish Mule. If you enjoy a Kentucky Mule (made with bourbon) or a Moscow Mule (made with vodka), you’ll like the Irish Mule, which is a mix of Irish whiskey, spicy ginger beer and fresh lime juice.

Irish Mule Drink Recipe
1 1/2 ounces Irish whiskey such as Jameson
1/2 ounce fresh lime juice
4 ounces cold ginger beer
Lime wedge

Fill a glass with ice. Add Irish whiskey and lime juice to glass. Top with ginger beer. Garnish with lime wedge.

Makes 1 drink

Tip: To make an Irish Ginger Drink (a.k.a. Big Ginger Drink), use ginger ale in place of the ginger beer. Garnish with lemon and lime wedges.Irish Ginger Cocktail

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