This garden cocktail will certainly trick your tastebuds… You may be thinking, “Oh I don’t like whiskey, so this cocktail isn’t for me.” Well, think again...
"Tom Collins" was a practical joke that became so widespread it was coined: The Great Tom Collins hoax of 1874. This legend inspired the creation of the light and refreshing cocktail we enjoy today.
The Mint Julep dates back to the late 1700's. Originally prescribed as a medicine, the julep was made with mint steeped in aged gin, cognac, rum or brandy. Now we use bourbon...and its oh so good!
Hmmm...let me see: tequila, raspberries, notes of chocolate with a frothy egg white finish...What is not to love here? This is the perfect cocktail to sip on one of these rainy spring days.
Enjoy herbal flavors, notes of juniper, cinnamon, almond and ginger with this creamy egg white cocktail that highlights the diversity of "rock & rye." Time to learn how to dry shake!
Since the original whiskey smash, there have been countless variations… And we decided to do one of our very own! Incorporating fresh mango, honey, lemon juice, maraschino liqueur, and white whiskey.
Who else loves a piping-hot bowl of pho? I love the plate of fresh ingredients you receive with the soup. My personal favorite is the Thai basil. So why not make a cocktail with it?
Throwing it back with this rum cocktail to 1968, a time when the Beatles released this catchy little tune, “We all live in a yellow submarine... yellow submarine, yellow submarine!”
Even though every day can't be Friday, sipping this cocktail will make you feel like it's always Friday! This light and refreshing recipe highlights South American ingredients with a French twist.
Located near the intersection of Bourbon Street and Bienville Street, you will find Arnaud's French 75 – A cozy bar just outside the craziness of Bourbon Street where you can grab a proper cocktail.