This cocktail is one of America's oldest cocktails dating back to 1806!
We bring this classic to life by utilizing Knob Creek Bourbon and then
an aromatic bitters into a splash of club soda!
The Great Tom Collins
This famous cocktail dates back to as early as 1876. This refreshing and
effervescent cocktail hinges on a gerat base of Hendricks Gin. This is a
flowery cocktail that is built upon a refreshing after taste!
If you want to step into the whiskey field but still like a little sweetness
to your cocktail, pick this one up. It starts with Jim Beam Kentucky Bourbon
on ice and then adds some fresh lime juice, sour mix, and is
topped off with a twist of lemon for that after zest!
The Bloody Brilliant Mary
This has been dubbed "the wold's most complex cocktail and consists
of multiple conflicting claims of who invented it. All claims to the
creation of this enormously popular drink related back to New York City
in the early 1930's.
Mamas Moscow Mule
This drink is also known as the Vodka Buck and originated in the
United States within an area known as "Little Moscow". It utilizes
premium Stoli Vodka but then mixes it with a tart and semi-sweet
Ginger Beer to make a very light and easy to drink cocktail. It consists
of a base like Stoli Vodka and tomato juice. After that, the ski is the
limit with cayenne pepper, Worcestershire Sauce, and much more.
The Bitter Devil
Why not step out of your comfort zone and get into some bourbon! This
Wolfie's original consists of Makers Mark Bourbon, Ginger Beer, and
"twisted" lemon to combine and give you a full and tart ginger taste!
You couldn't use any other base gin that Hendricks to build this
cocktail. Created as a leisurely drink, this cocktail has many parts
including St. Germain Elderflower Liqueur and fresh cucumber wedges!
The Irishman Coffee
Originally created to make the bite off of working long hours in the
shipyard, this cocktail builds upon it's heritage utilizing Tullamore Dew
Irish Whiskey alongside Bailey's Irish Cream and fresh brewed hot
coffee. It wasn't until making it over to the US that whipped cream
started being added.
Popular history suggests that this drink originated at the Manhattan
Club in New York City in the early 1870's. It quickly became popular
and was referred to by the name of the club where it originated. It hasn't
deviated much off of its' original base ingredients of a Rye Bourbon like
Knob Creek Rye and Sweet Vermouth with Angosture Bitters except
during prohibition of which Canadian Whiskey was used as that
was all that was available.