Arguably, when numbering my fruit cups, I left the best till last. (I skipped number 16 because the number 7 so befits a Tennessee whiskey-based cocktail).
A riff on the classic Sazerac.
Whiskey further mellowed and sweetened by a tasty combo of liqueurs and juices.
A great looking tasty dessert cocktail. Whiskey, coffee and chocolate sipped through a layer of minty cream.
Many make this drink with 30ml amaretto and 15ml dry vermouth and as you'd expect the result is sweet with amaretto predominating. This 2013 formula by
Stirred down and boozy, corn notes from the whiskey are amplified by the bittersweet aperitif liqueur and aromatised wine.
Created in November 2017 by Josh Allen of Tipple Cocktail Bar, Lancaster, UK, for Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Calling II.
A boozy aperitivo that's reminiscent of a bone dry Manhattan with underlying gentian bitterness.
The rich flavour of Tennessee whiskey soured with lemon and sweetened with cherry liqueur.
Created in November 2017 by Jo Last at The Domino Club, Leeds, UK, for Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Calling II.
Created in November 2017 by Jeremiah Toby Boyce of Santa Maluco, Liverpool, UK, for Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Calling II.
Created in November 2017 by Shane Kilgarriff of Peggy's Bar, Manchester, UK, for Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Calling II.
Amaretto-like almond flavours with Tennessee whiskey balanced with fresh lemon juice and lengthened with refreshing soda.
Vanilla hints in the whiskey and liqueur combine to dominate this fruity long drink.
Three popular ingredients combine to make the ultimate Italian American highball. Named, appropriately, after the most famous Italian American of the silver
A citrus bite and a smooth Tennessee draw enhanced with rich mandarin liqueur.
Created in November 2017 by Josh Davies of The Hedonist Project, Leeds, UK, for Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Calling II.
Tangy, light and very easy to drink.
Created in November 2017 by Nathan Larkin at The Fizzy Tarte, Bowness-On-Windermere, UK, for Jack Daniel's Tennessee Calling II.
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