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 Old-School Old Fashioned from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
3 years ago
We're going “old school” and using a homemade sugar loaf and an antique sugar nipper to stir-up this classic Old Fashioned.
 Accident || ft.Chetan, Yash, Sumit || by cocktail dudeCOCKTAIL DUDE
2 years ago
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 How to use Cocktail Aging Barrels from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
6 years ago
Learn the particulars of using and managing your oak barrels to age your favorite cocktails.
 Barrel-Aged Old Fashioned from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
4 years ago
The Old Fashioned is the classic cocktail – the one that started it all. Originally dubbed, simply, the “Whiskey Cocktail,” this ...
 Brandy Old Fashioned from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
6 years ago
The Brandy Old Fashioned, aka "The Wisconsin Cocktail," should be emblazoned on our state quarter! It's widely held that ...
 Milk Punch from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
4 years ago
Dainty, elegant, and amazingly complex, with bright notes of apple and cinnamon, a pleasant and subdued tartness with hints of ...
 Bacon-Infused Bourbon from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
6 years ago
Though we're not sure who came up with the idea of drizzling bacon-drippings into bourbon, we are certain of the fact that they ...
 Barrel-Aged Rum Old Fashioned from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
4 years ago
We love tapping a Rum Old Fashioned from an oak barrel. The rich and delicious cocktail is enhanced 10-fold by the addition of ...
 Cocktail College: History of the Old Fashionedcocktaildudes
6 years ago
Learn about the history of the Old Fashioned - the most classic of cocktails - from some of the classiest guys around: the Cocktail ...
 Simple Syrup & Rich Simple Syrup from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
6 years ago
This ingredient is used in over one-fifth of our cocktails! You can certainly pay for a bottle of this sugar-water at your local liquor or ...
 Barrel-Aged Manhattan from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
5 years ago
Barrel-aging a Manhattan nicely rounds out this classic and provides it with an extra layer of richness and depth by adding subtle ...
 Barrel-Aged Margarita from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
4 years ago
We love aging Margaritas in a barrel. Anyone who knows Jeff's love for Margaritas (and his paltry will-power) would be surprised ...
 How to make Allspice (Pimento) Dram from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
3 years ago
Allspice berries are the fruit of the pimento bush (which is why you'll also see this referred to as Pimento Dram). Allspice dram is ...
 The Cocktail Dudes' Tequila Toniccocktaildudes
6 years ago
This cocktail will blow your socks off! Essentially a Tonic Margarita, this flavor-packed cocktail-bomb showcases our Homemade ...
 Coffee Batida from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
5 years ago
This is a cocktail in the style of a Batida – the sweet blended Brazilian drink typically made with a Brazilian rum (Cachaça), fruit, ...
 Burned-Coffee Infused Bourbon from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
5 years ago
We got the idea for this infusion after absentmindedly leaving the Mr. Coffee machine on at the fishing cabin while we ...
 Tonic (Quinine) Syrup from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
6 years ago
Fill your camel pack with our Tonic Syrup if you plan on battling the Anopheles mosquito as you float the Amazon. Or better still ...
 Tart Cherry Tonic Syrup from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
2 years ago
Throw away your one-dimensional Tonic Water and mix yourself up a batch of this delightful Tonic Syrup. You won't regret it!
 Bacon Old Fashioned from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
6 years ago
Though not original to us, this wonderful cocktail was most certainly created by the genius who first thought to drip bacon fat into ...
 The Mexican Negroni from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
4 years ago
Here is a delightful south-of-the-border version of the classic Negroni. We use tequila and mezcal in place of the traditional gin.
 Japanese Cocktail from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
5 years ago
This classic dates all the way back to Jerry Thomas' 1862 bartender's guide: How to Mix Drinks, which was the first assemblage of ...
 Forest Gimlet from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
4 years ago
Bright and fresh with notes of mint, moss, and dank forest floor, this earthy gimlet is a true delight. The patchouli syrup provides the ...
 Mosquito from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
3 years ago
Looking for a crazy take on the Jungle Bird cocktail? Well, here you go! Matching a funky pot-stilled black rum with the ...
 Blood Orange Bracer from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
5 years ago
This Blood Orange Bracer was created by Top Note Tonic's flavor guru, Mary Pellettieri. We were asked to create some cocktails ...
 The Cocktail Dudes' Thai Toniccocktaildudes
6 years ago
Enjoy our Southeast Asian version of a the classic Gin & Tonic. This drink has a loads of character with lively sharpness coming ...
 Cenosillicaphobia from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
6 years ago
Our Cenosillicaphobia is so tasty that you'll be afraid of allowing your glass to empty. In fact, we enjoy this drink so much that we ...
 White Negroni from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
5 years ago
The White Negroni is a delicate, more feminine version of the classic Negroni. Instead of sweet vermouth, we substitute Cocchi ...
 Elderflower Fizz from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
6 years ago
This delightful cocktail is one of our favorites. It's light, simple, festive, and refreshing – equally perfect for a wedding, garden party, ...
 Calamintha Daiquiri from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
5 years ago
Calamintha is a hardy herb native to Italy where it is both cultivated and grows wild. It is used to flavor savory meat dishes, sauces, ...
 Barrel-Aged Brandy Old Fashioned from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
4 years ago
The Wisconsin-styled Old Fashioned utilizes Brandy, muddled cherry and orange, and is enjoyed, copiously, in our state ...
 Asian Gin & Tonic from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
2 years ago
Mix-up this homemade Gin & Tonic featuring our Asian Tonic Syrup - a delicious Tonic Syrup void of the traditional bittering ...
 Tonic (Quinine) Syrup from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
6 years ago
Fill your camel pack with our Tonic Syrup if you plan on battling the Anopheles mosquito as you float the Amazon. Or better still ...
 How to make Beet Juice from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
6 years ago
We love mixing beet juice with gin and high proof bourbon, but it can liven up most any spirit. Use it in our Beetnik, Garden Party, ...
 The Cocktail Dudes' Tamarind Margaritacocktaildudes
6 years ago
You've heard of top-drawer margaritas, well call in the carpenters because we need a taller cabinet for this wonderful cocktail ...
 Rum Old Fashioned from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
4 years ago
This rich and sophisticated drink is what you want in your hand as you sit back in your easy chair and put your feet up. Use a nice ...
 The Mexican Negroni from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
4 years ago
Here is a delightful south-of-the-border version of the classic Negroni. We use tequila and mezcal in place of the traditional gin.
 Tonka Sidecar from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
3 years ago
Here is one sophisticated orange creamsicle. Based on the classic Sidecar, this concoction offers up complex notes (from the ...
 The Cocktail Dudes' Mango Alexandercocktaildudes
6 years ago
Our CRAZY version of the Brandy Alexander. So crazy, in fact, that it might make you play air guitar (or at least some version of ...
 Running Naked in Portland from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
5 years ago
This fun and delightful cocktail was created by Jake Valianes at his Toronto Bar: Linwood Essentials, where it goes by “Breakfast ...
 Burned-Coffee Infused Bourbon from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
5 years ago
We got the idea for this infusion after absentmindedly leaving the Mr. Coffee machine on at the fishing cabin while we ...
 Crushed Ice & the Lewis Bag from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
6 years ago
We're not quite certain who Lewis is, but we love his bag! When you're Julep recipe calls for crushed ice, this is what you need.
 Sorghum Old Fashioned from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
3 years ago
Here is yet another delicious take on the granddaddy of all cocktails. Just when you thought there were no other ways to sweeten ...
 Blood Orange Margarita from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
6 years ago
The key to enjoying the many, many, many margaritas we have on our site, is to enjoy them in season. The Blood Orange is ...
 Calamintha Margarita from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
5 years ago
Calamintha is a hardy herb native to Italy where it is both cultivated and grows wild. It is used, there, to flavor meat dishes and ...
 Bacon Old Fashioned from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
6 years ago
Though not original to us, this wonderful cocktail was most certainly created by the genius who first thought to drip bacon fat into ...
 Corsican Tart from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
6 years ago
This fantastic gin-based cocktail is a sweet, spicy, and bitter concoction that we've enjoyed many times at Prodigal, here in ...
 Rose Syrup from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
6 years ago
Learn how to make Rose Syrup - a delicious ingredient in many of our Rose flavored cocktails like the "Run for the Roses." Enjoy!
 How to make Demerara (Turbinado) Syrup from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
5 years ago
Demerara sugar is a light brown, partially refined, sugar produced from the first crystallization in the processing of cane juice into ...
 Barrel-Aged Negroni from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
6 years ago
Barrel-aging a Negroni adds a nice sophisticated, velvety edge to this classic bitter aperitivo. Check out our Tools & Techniques ...
 Oaxaca Old Fashioned from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
6 years ago
Though simple to make, this fantastic cocktail (created by Philip Ward) really delivers with it's complex and interesting taste.
 Strainers: Tools and Techniques from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
6 years ago
We use three different type of strainers -- what we call our "hole-y" trinity. Yeah, I know! We're hilarious! The Hawthorne strainer ...
 Barrel-Aged Vieux Carré from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
4 years ago
Vieux Carré is French for “Old Square” referring to New Orleans' French Quarter. Created there in 1938 by Walter Bergeron at the ...
 Campari Sour from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
4 years ago
We love this cocktail! It's cold and fun, but with a super-sharp citrus-rindy bitterness. Though bright and bracingly bitter, the ...
 How to make Orgeat from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
6 years ago
Orgeat is a sweet almond syrup most famously used in the classic Mai Tai. Though most frequently associated with tiki drinks, this ...
 White Chocolate Martini from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
6 years ago
Mmmm... Sounds good! But does it taste like chocolate or white chocolate? Some may say that white chocolate isn't really ...
 Jack Rose from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
6 years ago
The Jack Rose is a tart and tasty pre-prohibition era classic. It was drink ordered by Jack Barnes in Hemingway's The Sun Also ...
 Grapefruit Tonic Syrup from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
3 years ago
Though it is an effort to make this tonic syrup, the incredibly tasty Scratch Grapefruit Gin & Tonic that you can create with it makes ...
 Nasturtium Gimlet from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
5 years ago
This cocktail was inspired by a dish we had at a local restaurant – Odd Duck. The dish that inspired us was fried green tomatoes ...
 Barrel-Aged Boulevardier from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
6 years ago
We absolutely love barrel-aging the Boulevardier. This rich, bitter classic (a cousin of the Negroni) evolves into a truly elegant ...
 Leathered Zombie from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
4 years ago
We love Donn Beach's classic Zombie on its own. Packed with flavor (and booze!) it is documented to have made a zombie out of ...
 The Cocktail Dudes' Kiwi Mojitococktaildudes
6 years ago
Here is our refreshing New Zealand version of the classic mojito. Most of our kiwis are imported from New Zealand, though the ...
 Coconut Oil-Washed Campari from the Cocktail Dudescocktaildudes
4 years ago
Arrrrrg! This coconut oil-infused Campari is for use in our Pirate's Negroni. It provides delightful waxy coconut notes which pair ...