Jack Daniel’s Whiskey Recipe Guide
As the Arizona summer heat continues to rage on with no signs of abatement, I’ve found that few things can keep a person from wholly immolating as well as a great cocktail. In the shared interest of both self preservation and combustion prevention, I decided to mix up a few classic Jack Daniel’s recipes over the weekend. There’s a reason why so many of these recipes are so well known and considered to be classics; their excellent and relatively easy to create. Do yourself a favor, and avoid the risk of becoming a briquette. Instead, grab a bottle of the Jack Daniel’s Old No. 7 and get mixing!
- 1-1½ parts Jack Daniel’s Old No. 7
- ½ part sweet vermouth
- Dash of bitters
Combine in a shaker with ice. Serve straight up. Garnish with a cherry.
- 1 part Jack Daniel’s Old No. 7
- 1 part triple sec
- 1 part sour mix
- 4 parts lemon-lime soda
Combine and stir. Garnish with a lemon slice and cherry.
- 2 parts Jack Daniel’s Old No. 7
- 1 tablespoon simple syrup
- Mint sprig
- Crushed ice
In the bottom of a mixing glass, muddle 1 sprig of mint with simple syrup. Then fill with crushed ice. Add 2 parts of Jack Daniel’s Old No. 7. Stir gently. Garnish with a fresh mint sprig.