5 Rye Whiskey Drinks for the Holidays

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The holidays are upon us which means a few drinks may be in order.

Regardless of whether you are entertaining or just trying to make it through that awkward family dinner, you can never go wrong with a little rye whiskey. Need a few drink ideas? Check out the delicious options below.

 

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Cadet Punch

When most people think of punch, they think of their high-school prom or uncomfortable office parties. Cadet Punch steps it up a notch bringing punch to a whole new level. This tasty drink includes oleo-saccharum (magical sugar), Angostura bitters, and of course, a bottle of rye whiskey. You can view this sophisticated punch recipe here.

Mott and Mulberry

This elevated apple cider, created by Leo Robitschek, is richness, spice, and sweet all rolled into one. Ingredients include apple cider, rye whiskey, Demarara, and lemon. Sound amazing? Check out the full recipe here.

Filibuster

Are you a fan of maple syrup? If so, this sweet cocktail brought to you by Erik Adkins will be sure to tickle your fancy. Made with rye whiskey, maple syrup, egg white, and Angostura bitters, this drink is perfect for anyone who is partial to the Sours family. Find out how to make the Filibuster here.

Rye and Ginger Hot Toddy

If you are looking for something warm this holiday season, try pairing this soothing drink with some cookies or other scrumptious treats. Also great as a night-cap, this hot toddy is made with rye whiskey, ginger, and honey. The complete recipe can be foundhere.

Hot Buttered Rye

With the holidays comes colder weather, but this creamy drink will keep you happy and toasty inside by the fire. The main ingredients are rye whiskey, maple syrup, heavy cream, and nutmeg. Interested? Take a look at the full recipe here.

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