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The whiskey is named for the Sazerac Coffee House in New Orleans, birthplace of the famous – and sublime – Sazerac cocktail. The Coffee House was acquired by Thomas H Handy, owner also of Peychaud’s Bitters. Originally, he sold bottles of the Sazerac cocktail, which was originally made with Cognac. Today, this glorious libation is produced at the Buffalo Trace distillery. Read more.
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The whiskey is named for the Sazerac Coffee House in New Orleans, birthplace of the famous and sublime Sazerac cocktail. The Coffee House was acquired by Thomas H Handy, owner also of Peychaud’s Bitters. Originally, he sold bottles of the Sazerac cocktail, which was originally made with Cognac. Today, this glorious whiskey is produced at the Buffalo Trace distillery. A must try for spicy whiskey lovers, lots of sweet baking spice and seville orange notes bottled right here.
Seville orange marmalade and allspice
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Boulevardier Cocktail Recipe
Nothing hits the spot quite like a great Rye Whiskey Cocktail. Agree? You've got to try this Boulevardier Cocktail Recipe! It's often compared to a Negroni, another one of our favourite classic cocktails. The difference is, the Boulevardier Cocktail is made with Campari, sweet vermouth, and whiskey instead of gin, it's an autumnal take on the Negroni: a bit more warming, a bit spicier, and fantastic for sipping and putting the day behind you. Using whiskey in place of gin really brings out the sweetness of both the vermouth and the Campari, the result being this cocktail has a lot of flavour. Some recipes call for bourbon, others for rye whiskey. Searching for the best rye whiskey to use for a Boulevardier is not hard at The Bottle Club! We have thousands of products ready to elevate your nights in or evenings hosting.