2 Cold-Weather Cocktails from Cascade Blonde American Whiskey

You know that song you hear around holiday time that goes, “it’s the most wonderful time of year?” Christmas probably comes to mind when you hear that melody, but for me, it’s the thought of cold-weather cocktails that comes with the season change. Cascade Blonde American Whiskey has shared with me two delicious cold-weather cocktails that I think anyone with an affinity for Fall/Winter drinks will love.

Below you will find a cider and hot toddy recipe to try out during the colder months.

Cold-Weather Drink Recipes

Cascade Cider

Is there anything better than a good cider? No, unless you have a little whiskey to go with it.

Cascade Whiskey Cider Cocktail Recipe

Ingredients:

  • 1.5 oz Cascade Blonde
  • 3 oz Apple Cider (Red Jacket when available)
  • Small Orange Wedge
  • Cinnamon stick garnish

Directions:

Shake whiskey and cider over ice. Strain into cup with fresh ice. Squeeze small orange wedge into drink and drop into cup.

Cascade Toddy

Have a cold or just need a hot drink with a kick? A hot toddy is always a good choice. It’s great to enjoy on those cold, wintery evenings.

Cascade Whiskey Hot Toddy Cocktail Recipe

Ingredients:

  • 1.5 oz Cascade Blonde
  • 4 oz Boiling Hot water
  • .25 oz Honey
  • Lemon Wheel
  • Cinnamon stick garnish

Directions:

Add ingredients into a mug and stir. Garnish with a lemon wheel and cinnamon stick.

If you’re a fan of these recipes and are looking for more cocktail inspiration, might I recommend you check out the 9 Jagermeister drinks we featured here on Joe’s Daily?

About Cascade Blonde American Whiskey

Cascade Blonde American Whiskey isn’t your granddaddy’s drink. It’s a new kind of whiskey, finished with water straight from Tennessee’s own Cascade Spring. It’s lighter in color and more laid-back in attitude, meant to be enjoyed while the sun’s still up and the day is winding down. Best when shared, of course, because we’re all friends out here.

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