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How To Celebrate National Bourbon Day

How To Celebrate National Bourbon Day | Bourbon Cocktail Recipes | Best Bourbon Drinks In DC

June 14th, National Bourbon Day, is a big deal around here.  While we generally consider ourselves to be seasonal sippers (rosé and white wine in summer, red wine in winter, etc.), bourbon is one of those spirits that we’ll enthusiastically enjoy all year round.  As relative experts on the topic, we’re offering up some of our favorite classic and not so classic cocktail recipes, as well as and intro to some of our favorite bourbon cocktails in DC.  Enjoy!

Black Manhattan

The Manhancho

Earl Grey Blackberry Bourbon Cocktail

Brown Derby: Grapefruit, Bourbon & Honey Cocktail

Blackberry Bourbon Smash

Sweet Georgia Peach Smash

Boulevardier Cocktail

Classic Old Fashioned

Mint Julep

Our Favorite Bourbon Cocktails In DC

“Old Moda” at Oz Restaurant & Bar

 

Old Moda: Woodford Reserve Bourbon, Brown Sugar Cordial, Mole Bitters, Lemon Peel

“Mint Julep” at The Round Robin Bar

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Classic Mint Julep: Makers Mark Bourbon, Sugar, Water or Soda Water, Fresh Mint, Crushed Ice

“Smoke Stack” at Bourbon

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Smoke Stack: Bourbon, Cherrywood Smoke, Walnut & Orange Bitters, Simple Syrup

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