What better way to celebrate National Bourbon Heritage Month than with some Knob Creek? This twist on the fizz, made with Knob Creek bourbon, was created by chef Michael Symon. 
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Bourbon Colada
If you’re looking for a little extra kick in your piña colada, give it a little extra kick with bourbon instead of white rum. The additional warming flavors of a beautiful bourbon will help you transition from cold winter days to the lazy, warm days of spring and summer.This recipe is courtesy of Jim Beam.Click here to see more of our favorite Kentucky Derby cocktails.
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Bourbon Ginger Cider
“This seasonal cider cocktail has the smooth taste of pressed apples, with the warm finish of bourbon. The ginger liqueur and fresh grated ginger provide depth of flavor and the tiniest bit of bite. This one will warm you to the core,” says Trisha, chief cocktail officer at Drizly.This recipe is courtesy of Drizly.Click here to see more of our favorite Kentucky Derby cocktails.
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Cherry Bourbon Smash
“What's not to love about a refreshing soda paired with a delicious spirit? The muddled maraschinos up the strong cherry flavors in the soda and pairs perfectly with a smooth, oaky bourbon,” says Trisha Antonsen, chief cocktail officer at Drizly.This recipe is courtesy of Drizly.com.Click here to see more of our favorite Kentucky Derby cocktails.
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hot toddy
Feel a winter cold coming on? Looking for a way to wind down while you cozy up to your favorite holiday movie? This Honey Bourbon Hot Toddy has all the winter charm you need to make your season merry and bright and slightly buzzed.This recipe is courtesy of Gifts.com.Click here to see more of our favorite Kentucky Derby cocktails.
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bourbon caramel coffee
Need a little afternoon pick-me-up that has a bit of an adult twist? Add a little bourbon caramel to your coffee, and you’ll be warmed up from the inside out.This recipe is courtesy of Tiffani Thiessen and Keurig.
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Your holiday bake-off just got a little boozier: try this recipe for bourbon balls, made with Wild Turkey 81 bourbon. Serve alongside your favorite bourbon or single malt for a holiday treat. (Or even some bourbon cocktails, like the Bourbon Fizz!)
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Milkshake
Featuring hot-fudge, bourbon, and vanilla ice cream, this is a great milkshake to enjoy when the temperature starts to drop.This recipe is courtesy of How Sweet Eats.
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Blackberry Peach Bourbon
“Some spirit lovers may raise an eyebrow to anything that alters the smooth flavor profile of bourbon, but trust us this infusion will keep even the most strict liquor aficionado coming back for more. The classic hints of sweetness in bourbon are brought to a whole new level when combined with the natural flavors of fresh peach and blackberries. You can enjoy this infusion on its own over ice, or with ginger beer and a spring of mint” says Trisha Antonsen, chief cocktail officer at Drizly.This recipe is courtesy of Drizly.Click here to see more of our favorite Kentucky Derby cocktails.
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Bourbon Barbecue Sauce Burger
There’s no better way to keep a beef burger juicy than sweet and tangy barbecue sauce. Top yours with Cheddar cheese and crispy bacon for the ultimate grilled burger.
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Perhaps the first cocktail ever mixed, the Old Fashioned has seen many incarnations, including the current (and loathsome) trend of muddling cherry and orange into it. Rye was the first whiskey used with this drink, and Angostura bitters are most commonly mixed in. I’ve switched rye for Bourbon, and Peychaud’s bitters for a slightly sweet and more floral cocktail. Learning to adjust to your taste preferences is all part of becoming a great home bartender.
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If you’re looking for a simple cocktail to make for party guests, this is the one. Buy a bottle of Mija Sangria and make a refreshing and cooling drink that will only take you minutes to make — serve it in a punch bowl or glasses. 
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