The brand is known for its authentic rye whiskey and sometimes, that’s what you’re craving especially poolside. I feel like these could be great if you’re planning to have a bonfire, too so it’s all in your hands.
Whether you’re just hearing of Redemption Whiskey or want to put a twist on one of your favorite whiskeys, then you’ll be excited to hear about these cocktail recipes the brand share with us. Of course, you can always have these after summer but the flavors are the perfect compliment on a hot summer day.
Ultimately, the choice is yours so let’s not waste any more time so you can start enjoying these tasty recipes.
Redemption Whiskey shares fun cocktail recipes to end summer with.
The brand shared three recipes with us so no matter which whiskey you prefer or which flavor you’re looking for you, you should be able to find something so let’s get into it.
First up is Rye Cobbler and you’ll need “1 part Redemption Bourbon, 1 part Manzanilla Sherry, 1 part pink grapefruit juice,1⁄2 part raspberry liqueur, and 1⁄2 part lemon juice.” Sounds like a great start and from there, you’ll swizzle in a julep cup, top with ice, and finish off with berries tossed in sugar. This honestly sounds so delicious and would be better if you’re grilling out and want something a little fruitier to go with grilled food.
If you’re a Harry Styles fan, you’re going to love this next drink which is called Watermelon, Sugar, Rye. All you’ll need is “1 1⁄2 parts Redemption High Rye Bourbon,1 1⁄2 parts salted watermelon-honey syrup,1⁄2 part lemon juice, and 2 parts tonic.” After shaking it with ice, you strain it into a Collins glass and top it with tonic water. From there, you can garnish it with mint and a watermelon radish slice or you could pair it with your favorite Harry Styles songs. Either one is good.
Last but certainly not least is the Banana Rye Tai Sour. For this, you’ll need: “2 parts Redemption Rye,1 part Banana liqueur,1⁄2 part Orgeat, and 1⁄2 part Lime juice.” You mix everything, strain it into your favorite glass with crushed ice and garnish with mint. Sounds incredibly fun and fresh especially to help kick off the end of summer.
Honestly, all of these Redemption Whiskey cocktail recipes sound amazing so I’d love to know if you’re going to give them a try or which one you think sounds best. Of all of them, I think I’m going to try the Rye Cobbler for my next bonfire as it sounds incredibly tasty.
What do you think, Guilty Eaters? Will you be trying out Redemption Whiskey before summer ends?