Historic Cocktails: bourbon-based cocktail with Old Log Cabin bourbon
We present some special, ancient historic cocktail recipes, compiled directly from the booklet “puis le gas y dit” by Distillers Corporation Seagrams Limited of Montreal.
The recipes included in this book were found and tasted in law firms of connoisseurs, hotel club experts and world-renowned hotels of the time. Divided into five parts according to the spirit base from gin, Scotch whisky, Canadian and American rye to bourbon.
Old Log Cabin Bourbon Whiskey Cabin
Today, we continue with Old Log Cabin. This bourbon from Distillers Corporation Limited, bottled under the “in bond” standard, was distilled twice in copper stills and then aged in burnt oak barrels. Bourbon Old Log Cabin has existed since 1840, and today after many distilleries, it is the turn of Batch206 Distillery to take care of it.
Santa Barbara Cocktail
Suggested by the Maître d’hotel of the famous Motor Liner of the Grace Line, the Santa Barbara.
2/3 of American Old Log Cabin bourbon
1/3 grapefruit juice
4 dashes of apricot brandy
1/2 teaspoon powdered sugar
Put everything in a cocktail shaker with ice, shake well and serve in a cocktail glass.
Mint Julep (old version)
1 tablespoon sugar
1/2 water wine glass
3 or 4 sprigs of fresh mint
1 1/2 glasses of Whiskey Bourbon Log Cabin wine glass
Dashes of Jamaican Rum
Add the ice cream in a glass and the sugar and water. Press the mint until the mint essence is extracted. Add the bourbon and a few strokes of rum. Garnish with the mint sprigs by planting the stems in the ice around the glass.
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Don’t drink and drive. Enjoy responsibly.