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Spring Mill Bourbon - Spring Mill Bourbon is handcrafted with corn, rye, and a bit of malted barley. It is then aged in new charred oak barrels. Then a portion of the bourbon is finished in a second set of new charred oak barrels to give this twice barreled bourbon additional character and flavor.
Tips from the Ivy for mixing a perfect cocktail - To coincide with The Ivy’s centenary celebrations, we catch up with their bar manager to hear his thoughts on cocktails through the decades. Source: Tips from the Ivy for mixing a perfect cocktail
Spring Mill Bourbon - Spring Mill Bourbon is handcrafted with corn, rye, and a bit of malted barley. It is then aged in new charred oak barrels. Then a portion of the bourbon is finished in a second set of new charred oak barrels to give this twice barreled bourbon additional character and flavor.
How to make this creepy gin Halloween cocktail - Complete with oozing eyeballs Source: How to make this creepy gin Halloween cocktail
Spring Mill Bourbon - Spring Mill Bourbon is handcrafted with corn, rye, and a bit of malted barley. It is then aged in new charred oak barrels. Then a portion of the bourbon is finished in a second set of new charred oak barrels to give this twice barreled bourbon additional character and flavor.
Cocktails With Pumpkin Spice Flavors Are (Obviously) Delicious | VinePair - Not even cocktails are immune to the power of pumpkin spice. At bars across the country, drinks with bourbon, whiskey, and more celebrate fall, PSL-style. Source: Cocktails With Pumpkin Spice Flavors Are (Obviously) Delicious | VinePair
11 Halloween Cocktails That Are Better Than Candy – SD Sips - Bartenders are whipping up spooky specials with crickets, chocolate, and cider Source: 11 Halloween Cocktails That Are Better Than Candy – SD Sips – Fall 2017 – San Diego
Bartender-Approved Halloween Drinks That Don’t Totally Suck - What’s scarier than ghosts, sewer-dwelling clowns, and haunted houses? Themed Halloween cocktails. Source: Bartender-Approved Halloween Drinks That Don’t Totally Suck