Drinks

Our favorite Southern drink recipes go beyond the mint julep—though we love those, too. These are the bourbon cocktails, spritzes, and riffs that we're currently pouring.

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Beast of Burden

Mix up this bourbon drink from New Riff Distillery using their Kentucky Straight Bourbon. Get flavors of a vanilla accent, cinnamon, and dark berry.

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Peaches N Rye Brunch Cocktail

Mix up Peaches N Rye from Bistronomy as the perfect brunch cocktail. Change things up with a less sweet drink than other traditional cocktails served at brunch.

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SPF 100

Make the award-winning bar Billy Sunday's spicy SPF 100 cocktail recipe.

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Sidecar à la Grecque Cocktail

Mix up the traditional sidecar recipe with the Sidecar à la Grecque from Sadie's bar in Nashville. The cocktail was inspired by Mediterranean flavors and colors of the seaside sun.

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Frozen Blackberry Bellini

Kick back with a refreshing sip of a frozen blackberry bellini. This recipe comes from the bar of Miller's All Day.

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Mrs. Wilson’s Rosemary Lemonade

Sipping on a rosemary lemonade makes for the perfect Southern luncheon refreshment.

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Jungle Bird

This Malaysian cocktail is sure to transport you to bliss with its tropical ingredients [...]

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Private Island Punch

This punch recipe pairs rum perfectly with tropical flavors of pineapple and coconut with [...]

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Olive Oil Martini

Upgrade a traditional dirty martini by replacing olive oil wash in the place of brine that results in a silky and smooth texture.

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Spring and Summer Limonata Mocktail

Try this refreshing mocktail filled with ritual 0.0 whiskey will liberate you to choose spiritless beverages all summer long.

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Chelada

This chelada, a riff on the michelada, subverts many notions about Mexican beverage culture, such as not using limes to mask cervezas' flavors.

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Spiced Sangrita

Of the numerous riffs available for the michelada, the spiced sangrita is the style most people associate with the drink and is the easiest to recreate at home.

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Pura

It's hard to say there's one true michelada recipe. However, this pura recipe is akin to the styles of the beverage that you'd find in Mexico City.