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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Cinnful Malus Punch

The day before making the punch, prepare an ice block by filling a large bowl or bundt pan with water and freezing overnight.

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Azalea Cocktail

The refreshing cocktail, named for the iconic blooms that surround Augusta National, is a combination of pineapple juice, lemon juice, a spirit of your choice, and grenadine.

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Almond Iced Tea

Almond iced tea from Sugar Bakeshop in Charleston, South Carolina, is a daytime-appropriate, refreshing party beverage.

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Grapefruit Gin and Tonic

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Hayman’s Sloe Screw 

Bartender Nathan Stubbs of Lafayette’s Saint Street Inn (now closed) mixes it up by infusing citrus into classic cocktails, such as the traditional screwdriver with an extra booster of vitamin C.

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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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The Gamechanger

Gamechanger is a frosty riff on Pusser’s painkiller from Hometeam BBQ on Sullivan's Island, South Carolina.

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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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Oyster Shots

Why take tequila shots when you could take oyster shots? Pour a little bit of a bloody mary-style mix over the oysters and knock 'em back.