Remember the first time you sat and watched the game with your dad (doesn’t matter which sport)? He probably patiently explained the rules and each player’s role. Chances are he hoped you’d grow to love sports, but it’s more likely he just enjoyed the quality time. This Father’s Day, whether there’s a game on or not, sit and have good ole daddy/ daughter time over a good drink. Whether you and your padre share a love for tequila, bourbon or another “not-too-girly” spirit, here are a few drinks you can try together.
Wild Turkey Bardstown King
1 oz Wild Turkey Bourbon 101
3/4 oz Wild Turkey Bourbon 81
3/4 oz King's Ginger
1 dash Angostura Bitters
1 dash Xocolatl Mole Bitters
Stir all ingredients, strain and serve in a coup and garnish with an orange twist.
-Photo & recipe courtesy of Wild Turkey (concoction by mixologists at Rye House in NY).
5 oz grapefruit soda (or juice)
1 oz Lemon juice and salt
In a big ball glass put the ice and Tequila Herradura. Add salt, lemon juice and grapefruit soda (or juice).
-Photo & recipe courtesy of Herradura
Sip a bit on the rocks.
-Photo courtesy of Ole Smoky Moonshine
Crown Royal XR (LaSalle)
Enjoy Crown Royal’s newest Extra Rare product neat (no ice or mixers) or with a single ice cube to really open up the flavor (a splash of water also works).
-Photo by StyleScrybe
*No matter which cocktail you and dad share, make sure you do it responsibly. Otherwise, you may end up sharing secrets that are better kept (ahem… that one time in college when ____).
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I cannot wait to try this myself and go to the Cafe Cluny!!! So happy to be catching up with all of your exploits!ReplyDelete