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The old-fashioned is a simple way to dress up Coalition Rye. Made with bitters, sugar, and an orange slice, it’s an excellent way to experiment with any finish of Coalition Whiskey.
The whiskey sour is a timeless recipe that’s too good to pass up. The Art Deco Sour updates the known recipe with a Coalition Rye finished in Margaux wine barrels from Bordeaux and a float of dry red wine.
With its traditional combination of rye whiskey, sweet vermouth, and bitters, the Manhattan is an icon in the whiskey world.
Sauternes APPLE SPRITZ
Coalition Whiskey finished in Sauternes barrels from Bordeaux, prosecco, and soda combine to deliver a light and twist on a refreshing classic.
It may be a legendary New Orleans cocktail but you don’t have to travel to the “Big Easy” to enjoy it. Made with Coalition rye whiskey, cognac, sweet vermouth, herbal liqueur, and two styles of bitters, the Vieux Carre is divinely complex.
In the whiskey world, the Boulevardier is the ultimate before-dinner drink. A mix of bitter Coalition Barrel Proof rye, sweet vermouth and Campari gives it a fascinating depth of flavor.