Fall Cocktails

Fall Cocktails: The Six Best Whiskey Drinks You’ve Never Heard of  is quite a list.  Personally, I wish to try a

“If you could distill carved-oak paneling and club chairs, leather-bound volumes and three-cushion billiard tables, [the Suburban] is what you’d get,” claims Esquire. Named for the Brooklyn Suburban Handicap horse race, this 19th century tipple combines three longshots rarely seen in the winner’s circle — rye, rum, and port. Yet somehow, they just work. A nice dark rum mellows the harsher edges of rye, specifically the “heat,” port subtly plays the role of a sweet vermouth, and a dash or two of bitters rounds out the missing herbal notes. Always a safe bet.

1.5 oz. rye whisky
.5 oz. dark rum
.5 oz. ounce port
1 dash orange bitters
1 dash Angostura bitters