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What is an average red blooded American who happens to blog about and review whiskey on a regular basis to do when his home is blanketed under over a foot of soft, fluffy, white, COLD snow?

Make a cocktail with it…out of bourbon, of course.

I sort of winged this one based on what I had available in the Modern Thirst compound.  It’s sort of a cross between a snow cone, a bourbon sour, and a whiskey grenadine.  So it’s a Snourbon Grenadour…or something.  Who cares?  It was tasty.Snocktail - Ancient Ancient Age


 

Snocktail 2You’ll need:

  • Bourbon (I chose Ancient Ancient Age 10 Star)
  • Orange Juice
  • Sour Mix
  • Grenadine
  • Maraschino Cherries
  • Snow (crushed ice will work for those of you not living in the Arctic Tundra that is Kentucky at the moment)
  • Ice

To Prepare:

1. In the shaker, combine:Snocktail 4

  • 1 Part Bourbon
  • 2 Parts Sour Mix
  • 1 Part orange juice
  • .5 Parts Grenadine
  • 1 More Part Bourbon
  • A few Ice Cubes (for the shaker)
  • Maybe a little more bourbon

2. Shake well.

3. On the side, get a handful of snow and make as dense and tightly packed snowball as you can make.  Place in rocks glass.

4. Pour Shaker over snow balls.

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5. Add 2 Maraschino Cherries.

6. Maybe splash it with just a touch more bourbon.

7. Enjoy!  Cheers!

 

 

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About Author

Bill is the Co-Founder and Editor of ModernThirst. He is a native of Louisville, KY in the heart of Bourbon Country, and attended the University of Kentucky in the mid to late 1990s. Since college, he has dabbled in beer, bourbon, wine tasting, beer making, and currently works in finance. He has also been published on Liquor.com. He has conducted various bourbon and whiskey tastings in the Central Kentucky area, and consulted professionally for bar menus, bar concepts, whiskey label naming, new blend selection, and whiskey flight menus. He is married with two daughters, and lives in east Louisville. You can follow him on Facebook and Twitter @BillStraub and email him at Bill@ModernThirst.com.

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