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Fill a rocks glass with ice and add Maker’s Mark® Bourbon. Fill with equal parts club soda and ginger ale. Stir and garnish with a lemon twist.
Originally a nonalcoholic combination of ginger ale and club soda (hence the name, Presbyterian), the Presbyterian is usually served today as a combination of club soda, ginger ale and whisky. Classically simple, a truly heavenly Presbyterian always starts with Maker’s Mark®.
Maker’s Mark Manhattan
Shake all together for 30 seconds. Strain into chilled Manhattan glass. Garnish with a maraschino cherry (served up, no ice).
Traditionally made with whisky, sweet vermouth and bitters, the Manhattan is also open to variation and is often used by great bartenders as a way to show off their creativity.
Muddle 1 orange slice, 1 maraschino cherry and the sugar in an Old Fashioned glass. Fill glass 3/4 full of ice. Add Maker’s Mark® Bourbon and splash of club soda. Garnish with additional orange slice and maraschino cherry.
Often cited as the original “cocktail,” the Old Fashioned today is one of the most-called-for “Classic” drinks. Sweet and strong, the Old Fashioned never really gets old as long as the recipe includes Maker’s Mark® Bourbon.
Mix all together and top off with a splash of soda. Serve on the rocks in a tall glass rimmed with sugar. Garnish with a lime wedge.
A classic warm-weather cocktail with sweet, minty taste notes and a smooth, easy finish.
Fill rocks glass with ice. Add Maker’s Mark® Bourbon, fill with soda water and add a splash of cranberry juice. Garnish with a lime wedge.
Classic, simple and easy. It’s Maker’s Mark® with a cranberry kick and the perfect way to get the party going.
Maker's Mark Collins
In a shaker full of ice, add Maker’s Mark,® fresh lemon juice and sugar. Shake well and strain into a Collins glass filled with fresh ice. Top with soda and garnish with orange slice and maraschino cherry.
This Maker’s Mark® version of the Tom Collins substitutes the original premium handmade bourbon for traditional gin. Sweet and strong, this delicious new spin on an old favorite is just fine any time of the year.