The Classic Cocktail Recipe Collection

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The New York Cocktail is a classic drink  and the simple mix is one that a broad spectrum of drinkers will enjoy. It is similar to a Whiskey Sour , though this recipe adds the sweetness of grenadine to balance out some of the tartness. The choice of whiskey is open to interpretation. Originally, blended whiskey was used, but there are many great options available today.

The New York Cocktail is a short drink because it's not a light one. It follows suit with the likes of other whiskey 'up' drinks like the Manhattan, though the mixers in this recipe do help tame it down a bit. If you pour an 80-proof whiskey, your New York Cocktail will be somewhere around 21% ABV (42 proof).

Opting for a bottle of Canadian whiskey is often a good idea because they are masters at blending. Rye whiskey and even a mellow bourbon would work as well. Different whiskeys may call for slight adjustments to the drink's sweeteners. If the whiskey you choose is sweet (or you simply wish to cut out the added sugar), you can skip the sugar completely. The grenadine does a great job of sweetening the drink on its own. 

Thousands of  cocktails  have been created since the first drink was mixed, but only a few have stood up to the test of time. From the 18th century  Mint Julep  and  Eggnog  to the  Prohibition-era   Hurricane  and Deauville Cocktail, these classics are just that, classic.

Many of these  cocktails remain favorites  for us today. Others may have been forgotten by the general public, though there are some very interesting drinks worth noting and reviving.

In compiling this list I've done my best to collect ... MORE those recipes developed between the 1700's and the 1930's. However, many of the drinks' stories are disputed, some are based on alcohol-clouded rumors, and some are just the current cocktail community's best guess thanks to diligent research.

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The New York Cocktail is a classic drink  and the simple mix is one that a broad spectrum of drinkers will enjoy. It is similar to a Whiskey Sour , though this recipe adds the sweetness of grenadine to balance out some of the tartness. The choice of whiskey is open to interpretation. Originally, blended whiskey was used, but there are many great options available today.

The New York Cocktail is a short drink because it's not a light one. It follows suit with the likes of other whiskey 'up' drinks like the Manhattan, though the mixers in this recipe do help tame it down a bit. If you pour an 80-proof whiskey, your New York Cocktail will be somewhere around 21% ABV (42 proof).

Opting for a bottle of Canadian whiskey is often a good idea because they are masters at blending. Rye whiskey and even a mellow bourbon would work as well. Different whiskeys may call for slight adjustments to the drink's sweeteners. If the whiskey you choose is sweet (or you simply wish to cut out the added sugar), you can skip the sugar completely. The grenadine does a great job of sweetening the drink on its own. 

The New York Cocktail is a classic drink  and the simple mix is one that a broad spectrum of drinkers will enjoy. It is similar to a Whiskey Sour , though this recipe adds the sweetness of grenadine to balance out some of the tartness. The choice of whiskey is open to interpretation. Originally, blended whiskey was used, but there are many great options available today.

The New York Cocktail is a short drink because it's not a light one. It follows suit with the likes of other whiskey 'up' drinks like the Manhattan, though the mixers in this recipe do help tame it down a bit. If you pour an 80-proof whiskey, your New York Cocktail will be somewhere around 21% ABV (42 proof).

Opting for a bottle of Canadian whiskey is often a good idea because they are masters at blending. Rye whiskey and even a mellow bourbon would work as well. Different whiskeys may call for slight adjustments to the drink's sweeteners. If the whiskey you choose is sweet (or you simply wish to cut out the added sugar), you can skip the sugar completely. The grenadine does a great job of sweetening the drink on its own. 

Thousands of  cocktails  have been created since the first drink was mixed, but only a few have stood up to the test of time. From the 18th century  Mint Julep  and  Eggnog  to the  Prohibition-era   Hurricane  and Deauville Cocktail, these classics are just that, classic.

Many of these  cocktails remain favorites  for us today. Others may have been forgotten by the general public, though there are some very interesting drinks worth noting and reviving.

In compiling this list I've done my best to collect ... MORE those recipes developed between the 1700's and the 1930's. However, many of the drinks' stories are disputed, some are based on alcohol-clouded rumors, and some are just the current cocktail community's best guess thanks to diligent research.



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