Loosing your eyesight could be a scary thing during Halloween, but you have nothing to fear with Ole Smoky Tennessee Moonshines of Gatlinburg, which they tell us is the first legal distillery in Tennessee. Spook your guests with stories of moonshiners past while sipping on the frightfully delicious spirit. BourbonBlog.com brings you Ole Smoky Moonshine… Read more »

Pumpkin Smash Recipe

The pumpkin jack-o-lantern is the ultimate expression of Haloween. The Pumpkin Smash cocktail is the Halloween cocktail you can make at home, bring it over, serve it up, and impress your friends. Pumpkin, cinnamon, it’s as good as pie and balanced with this fine rum that BourbonBlog.com recommends… Pumpkin Smash Cocktail Recipe 1 ¼ Frangelico… Read more »

Paranormal Activity Cocktail

BourbonBlog.com brings you a LUCID Absinthe cocktail as a tribute to Paranormal Activity. Don’t be afraid to drink it, LUCID Absinthe was responsible for lifting the 100 year absinthe ban in America is adding a sinister spin to your Halloween this year. Does drinking Absinthe lead to hallucinations and Paranormal Activity? Paranormal Activity Cocktail Recipe… Read more »

Candy Corn Cocktail Recipe

Candy, one of the most popular Halloween candies we’ve made into a cocktail…so we’ll call it “Candy Corn.” Invented in the 1880s, candy companies now produce nearly 35 million pounds of the corn candy each year. So spot on, one sip of this cocktail might make you forget you aren’t actually eating candy corn, you’re… Read more »

Candy Apple Cocktail Recipe

A candy apple is one of the most sought out Fall seasonal treat, especially in the northeast, where fresh, locally grown apples are in abundance during the Autumn. This cocktail includes a lovely combination of apple cider, apple liqueur, and the aromatic CAMUS Cognac for this season’s most delectable treat. Candy Apple Cocktail Recipe 1… Read more »

The Welcome Home Toast

As we’re told the Iraq War will be over and American troops will come home to U.S.A., BourbonBlog.com celebrates with a new Bourbon cocktail recipe creation by our Chef/Mixologist Stephen Dennison. Regardless of your political persuasion if any, at BourbonBlog.com we’re proud to be a part of the “Cocktail Party” and we invite you to… Read more »

The Blanhattan

The Blanhattan, with Blanton’s Bourbon from Bourbon Blog on Vimeo. While you may be accustomed to drinking Blanton’s Bourbon neat or simply on the rocks, BourbonBlog.com learns during Kentucky Bourbon Festival 2011 how flavorsome it can be in a cocktail. During the Mixed Drink Challenge, we join John Shutt, International Sales Director for Blanton’s Bourbon…. Read more »

National Rum Day and Fun With Mojitos

In honor of national rum day, the staff at BourbonBlog.com would love to explore this classic cocktail. Fresh, clean and refreshing- this drink is one of the easiest to create you own, signature cocktail. You may, preferably, use fresh juices or pre-batch with prepackaged juices for large audiences. Truly, it’s flexibility is a thing to admire…. Read more »

Hellfire with Sailor Jerry Rum

With Sailor Jerry being the iconic Americana spiced rum which celebrates the late tattoo artist Norman “Sailor Jerry” Collins, here is a version of the Hellfire cocktail that celebrates Independence Day and a great rum! Hellfire 1 part Sailor Jerry Rum 2 dashes Tabasco sauce ¼ of a fresh lime 1 part ginger beer Pilsner… Read more »

Chocolate Raspberry Stout

If you’re a fan of Louisville’s Bluegrass Brewing Company’s Bourbon Barrel Stout like we are, check out the bottom of the newly redesigned 4 packs and you’ll find our BourbonBlog.com logo Thanks BBC. We like having friends in “beer” places especially when the brew is this tasty. While we recommend Bourbon Barrel Stout cold and on… Read more »