Make a Flaming Bourbon Cocktail – The Old Locks

Join Mischief’s Bar Manager James Decker and learn how to make a unique variation on an Old Fashioned with Canal Street Bourbon, spiced up with allspice bitters, sweetened with a walnut liqueur and flaming cinnamon and rosemary.

Recipe:
2 ounces Canal Street Bourbon
1/4 ounce Side Track Nocino Walnut Liqueur
10 drops Addition Bitters – Allspice bitters

For flaming garnish:

Elevate your at-home cocktails: Making a Whiskey Sour

Learn how to make a Classic Whiskey Sour with Mischief on Canal’s bar manager, James Decker using Fremont Mischief’s new Canal Street Bourbon. Only available at Fremont Mischief Distillery.

Whiskey Sour

3/4 ounce fresh lemon juice
3/4 ounce simle syryp
3/4 ounce egg white (or aquafaba*)

2 ounces Canal Street Bourbon

Add lemon, simple, Bourbon and egg white to shaker. …

Elevate your At-Home Cocktails: Make a Mint Julep

Follow along with Mischief on Canal’s bar manger and make a refreshing and easy to make Mint Julep at home with Canal Street Bourbon.

Mint Julep

1/2 oz Simple Syrup
7-10 fresh mint leaves
2 oz Canal Street Bourbon
top with Club Soda

Place simple syrup in shaker. Add 7-10 fresh mint leaves. Gently muddle. Add Bourbon and ice to …

Vintage 50’s Rye Manhattan

The Manhattan Cocktail is one of the most recognized cocktail names, with a recipe that has remained largely stable for a hundred years. It is a strong drink and it amplifies rather than softens the flavor of the whiskey that is its base. This classic is an excellent aperitif to any dinner party.

Ingredients

2 oz Fremont Mischief Rye Whiskey
1 oz

Brown Derby

Named for the famous Brown Derby restaurant in Los Angeles, the Brown Derby is a reminder that using honey in a cocktail isn’t a new idea, and that grapefruit juice can be an excellent citrus alternative to lemon and lime. Making this simple classic with a delicious bold whiskey like the flagship Mischief Straight Rye Whiskey makes the perfect cocktail …