liquor The Best Whiskey Cocktails for Spring  

Bunny Brinkman
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As the Spring season comes upon us with its warmer weather, we are bound to have nights out enjoying a nice cocktail, or invite friends over for homemade drinks. This list has the best whiskey cocktails, with recipes, to try while enjoying the spring weather. What is your favorite whiskey cocktail? If you don’t have a favorite yet, try some of the excellent whiskey drinks below to find a new go-to whiskey drink.

The list contains classics such as Irish coffee, made using hot coffee, Irish whiskey, sugar, and topped with thick cream. Another great whiskey cocktail is the 7 and 7, a mixed drink of Seagram’s Seven and 7-Up, that is served with ice and a lemon wedge.

This list contains seven of the most popular whiskey cocktails to try this Spring and see which flavor quenches your thirst the best. Each whiskey cocktail is accompanied by a recipe and photograph of the drink itself to see the finished product and help you imagine the drink in your hand for the upcoming warmer weather this Spring.
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Old Fashioned


Old Fashioned is listed (or ranked) 1 on the list The Best Whiskey Cocktails for Spring
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2 oz Bourbon whiskey
2 dashes bitters
1 splash water
Garnish with cherry and orange wedge

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#11 on The Best Cocktails Ever Mixed

#33 on The Best Cocktails for Warm Weather

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Manhattan


Manhattan is listed (or ranked) 2 on the list The Best Whiskey Cocktails for Spring
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3/4 oz sweet vermouth
2 1/2 oz Bourbon whiskey
1 dash bitters
Garnish with cherry and twist of orange peel

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#20 on The Best Sugar Free Alcohol

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Seven and Seven


Seven and Seven is listed (or ranked) 3 on the list The Best Whiskey Cocktails for Spring
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1 shot Seagram's 7
6 oz 7-Up
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Irish Coffee


Irish coffee is listed (or ranked) 4 on the list The Best Whiskey Cocktails for Spring
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1 cup hot coffee
1 tbsp brown sugar
1 jigger Irish whiskey (3 tbsp)
Heavy cream, slightly whipped

Also Ranked

#21 on The Best Cocktails Ever Mixed

#10 on The Best Coffee Beverages

#4 on The Best Brunch Cocktails

#26 on The Best Alcoholic Drinks for Summer Brunch

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