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Cocktails on Bourbon Street

Cocktails on Bourbon Street

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Published by Kyle Branche
Grab a roadie and take a walk down Whiskey Row.
Grab a roadie and take a walk down Whiskey Row.

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Published by: Kyle Branche on May 31, 2010
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Cocktails on Bourbon Street 
Grab you a roadie and take a walk down Whiskey Row
Searching around for a while, I came across some interesting drinks designed with the useof this classic domestic spirit. Even though I will eventually cover more of the selectionthat were initially unearthed, here is the first small batch chosen to wet your palate.Inspired by James Lee Burke’s novels, the
Robicheaux
is built in a highball glassfilled with crushed ice. Start with a 1 ½ oz pour of Wild Turkey, the juice of 1 ½ limes,a splash of cherry juice and fill with Coca Cola, or as an option you can try Dr. Pepper.
 
Garnish with a cherry.This next drink is named after a section of the Appalachians extending from Pennsylvania toVirginia. The
Allegheny Cocktail
is a shake & strain that goes in a cocktail glass. In a shaker,add 1oz Booker’s bourbon, 1oz Cinzano dry vermouth, ¼ oz Hiram Walker black-berry brandy,and ¼ oz lemon juice. Strain in and kink a piece of lemon peel over the top.If you’re in a merry but slightly minty mood, the
Jocose Julep
may be the taste for you.In a collins glass filled with cubed or cracked ice, build over the following: 2 oz of KentuckyGentleman, ½ oz Hiram Walker green creme de menthe, the juice of 1 lime and a pinch of sugar.Top with club soda and garnish the top with 5 mint leaves.As a French twist on an old classic, a snifter glass is used for the preparation of the
Fontainebleu Sidecar
. Shake together 2 oz of Evan Williams single barrel bourbon, ½ ozDekuyper triple sec, and the juice of ½ lemon. Strain in and float 1 teaspoon Grand Marnier ontop.Up next is a very old drink, popular in New England and New York in the 1700’s and early1800’s. In a highball glass over ice, the
Stone Fence
gets 2oz of Early Times, 2 dashes of Angostura bitters, and fill with apple cider.

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