Whiskey Devil Cocktail
I'll admit it: I'm a whiskey lush. But I'm also a sucker for spicy cocktails. This drink, made with jalapeño-muddled bourbon, combines those two loves while adding a touch of citrusy tang and bubbles from the blood orange soda. The subtle kick of spice makes this is a great non-beer beverage option to serve with wings at your next football party.
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Chocolate
A decadent treat made with whiskey-soaked raisins and a whiskey-infused glaze — a must-try for any dessert, chocolate, or whiskey fan. 
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Some people like to plan ahead for the holidays, and this mulled infusion is great way to get the Yuletide spirit going a little early. Using traditional mulling spices, this is great mixed into egg nog, or stirred together with hot cider. Read more about The Best Whiskey Infusions You Can Make.
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Whiskey Sour
Popular in America during Prohibition, the whiskey sour used citrus and sugar to mask the flavor of what was often awful-tasting bootleg liquor. Now that we can get the good stuff again, this recipe has persisted as a mainstay behind bars ever since. This simple cocktail is a good drink to start with when you're learning how to become a great home bartender. 
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Allspice
Brian Felley at San Francisco's BIG takes fresh ginger, bourbon, and winter spices for a cold-weather take on the whiskey ginger.
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One of my favorite meals has always been breakfast-for-dinner, and now I present this infusion in the same spirit: breakfast-for-boozing. Coffee and bacon share a table in the a.m. hours, but when infused into whiskey, they’ve found a new home in my p.m. highball glass. You can mix this into a cocktail if you want, but it’s just too good on its own to muddy with other flavors. Read more about The Best Whiskey Infusions You Can Make.  
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I love the combination of smoke and spice with whiskey, and this infusion has both in spades. Use a good rye whiskey as it isn’t as sweet as bourbon, and will allow the smokey, citrus characteristics to shine through. Feel free to remove the seeds from the peppers to dial down the heat. Read more about The Best Whiskey Infusions You Can Make.
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irish coffee
Teeling Whiskey, the “Liquid Gold” that has roots in Dublin, is all about quality over quantity. Teeling brothers Jack and Stephen opened the Teeling Whiskey Distillery in 2015 - the FIRST new distillery in Dublin in over 125 years!Here's my favorite recipe with their delicious whiskey! 
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Whiskey Ginger
A whiskey ginger is a classic ginger ale highball made with ginger ale and whiskey. This recipe calls for bourbon, but any kind of whiskey will do the trick. It’s simple, spicy, quick, and delicious. That’s all you need to know.This recipe is courtesy of Brit + Co.
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I like to imagine a couple of old, windblown fence-riders carrying this spicy infusion along the border in their saddlebags. Depending on how spicy you care to make it, you can remove the seeds for a mellower heat. It’s perfect on its own, or if you want to mix with it, try adding a half-ounce of homemade sour mix (lemon and lime juice, and simple syrup), and a dash of grapefruit bitters for a fiery whiskey sour. Read more about The Best Whiskey Infusions You Can Make.  
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whiskey chocolate mousse
British culinary master Michel Roux Jr.'s rich and fluffy chocolate mousse, spiked with whiskey, is perfect for any special holiday dessert... or just a normal day. Try with: Single malt 10 years Speyside, Iced Drambuie, or Tokaji 5 Puttonios
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Break out the seersucker and gingham for this Southern-inspired infusion. Refreshing, sweet and tart, you don’t need much more than crushed ice and qa steel julep cup to enjoy this summer sipper. Read more about The Best Whiskey Infusions You Can Make.
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