Wild Turkey American Honey Whiskey Drinks. It says on the bottle that this is blended with honey, but i think the combination of normal wild turkey makes it smell oddly more like a margarita. I’ve never had another whiskey like it.
The first recipe dates to the 1970s and originated at the wild turkey distillery. I have to drink it cold though otherwise i find it to be thick which can be a little off putting. At 71 proof its got more flavor, more kick, and boasts a bite of ghost pepper that’s 400 times hotter than your usual, tame hot sauce.
If Served Chilled Or Over Ice, A Honey Whiskey Blended Cocktail Complements Any Flavor.
Fill a highball glass with ice, then tear the mint leaves into smaller pieces and drop them in. Tasted neat in a glencairn. Add several ice cubes and shake well;
American Honey Is The First American Version Of This Spirit That I've Seen:
There's also another honey+scotch spirit called lochan ora, and one from macallan called amber (which is actually flavored with maple syrup instead of honey). Mixing it with soda, lemonade, or tea is a favorite among us. Wild turkey american honey® liqueur blended with pure honey and bourbon whiskey, 35.5% alc./vol.
Wild Turkey American Honey® Liqueur Blended With Pure Honey And Bourbon Whiskey, 35.5% Alc./Vol.
Lawrenceburg swizzle 45ml wild turkey. Garnish with a lime pinwheel. 3/4ounce freshly squeezed juice from 1 lemon.
Wild Turkey American Honey Combines Deep Tradition With A Decidedly Modern Twist, Creating An Exceptionally Smooth Liqueur That Has Been Described As A “Sweet Kick.”.
Jimmy russell had an idea for american honey nearly four decades ago, adding pure honey to the same bourbon he stubbornly kept consistent for over 60 years. 1 part wild turkey american honey. It pours like simple syrup, thick and viscous.
Garnish With A Sprig Of Mint.
In a small bowl, froth an egg white and add a dollop—the size of a bar spoon. While honey whiskey is a delicious sweet treat, it is more of a niche flavor. It says on the bottle that this is blended with honey, but i think the combination of normal wild turkey makes it smell oddly more like a margarita.