6 Updated Cocktail Classics to Make Now
Just as Limestone Branch was there for the beginning of the Kentucky bourbon boom, you should know how to honor the spirit with a perfectly mixed classic cocktail.
Our blog mission is simple: to embrace life’s small pleasures. Those could be trying that new limited-quantity gin (we happen to know of one), experimenting with bourbon in your cooking, or camping with close friends in your favorite national park. Because small pleasures can turn into big moments.
It’s only natural to feel a little peckish when sipping a gin cocktail — the spirit’s botanical ingredients complement all manner of munchies, from dainty appetizers to hearty entrees.
Each year, Limestone Branch master distiller Steve Beam creates a new take on the Yellowstone Limited Edition Bourbon. While last year’s offering was a combination of extra-aged 9- and 12-year bourbons, this year, Beam turned to Armagnac.