The Lion cocktail was created by Dave Powell at Corner Social in New York City, and it does indeed have a mighty roar. This summer cocktail is spicy-sweet and tropical.
The Whiskey Smash is basically a mojito with whiskey instead of rum and lemon instead of lime (because lemon works better with whiskey). This is not a drink for every palate. If you don’t like mojitos, you probably won’t like this. Mint is a strong flavor, and it dominates this cocktail. That said, this is
The Queen’s Park Swizzle involves swizzling, not too surprisingly. A real swizzle stick is a curved stick with little protrusions along its trunk, and they’re very hard to come by. Fortunately a tall bar spoon works about as well. And you don’t stir with it: you stick it down in a drink, get the drink
The Mint Julep is kind of like the Mojito of the southeastern United States. It’s a refreshing combination of mint, sugar, bourbon and water, perfect for sipping on hot days. The major difference between it and the Mojito is that it uses bourbon instead of rum. Recipe Leaves from 4 to 6 mint sprigs Granulated