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The Woodford Spire
We’ve got a Woodford Spire recipe for your Kentucky Derby celebrations this year! Made with Woodford Reserve, the official bourbon of the Kentucky Derby, the spire is that perfect mix of sweet, sour and smoky spice for day drinking. Plus, you can hear about Julie’s experiences at the derby, which the hometown Louisville lady has been hitting up for years. If you’re watching the derby with the whole family, swap out Woodford Reserve for Iced Tea in the recipe.
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How does a copper mule mug make your drink taste better? Why do some whiskeys taste smoother than others? And how do you strain your cocktail if you don’t have a strainer? On every episode of The Mix, host Julie Smith and mixologist Phil Armijo dig into mouthwatering drink recipes that you can make at home, all while digging into facts and answering questions about your favorite spirits. Scroll down for recipes from each episode and share your cocktail photos with us by tagging us @atlantaeatstv and using #themixga.
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Julie Smith is an Emmy award-winning television and radio host, voice actor, and former news reporter.
Phil is an accomplished film, commercial
& TV actor with over 20 years of bartender/mixology experience.
https://youtu.be/RWSqrbhoNGI We’ve got a Woodford Spire recipe for your Kentucky Derby celebrations this year! Made with Woodford Reserve, the official bourbon of the Kentucky Derby, the spire is that perfect mix of sweet, sour and smoky spice for day drinking. Plus, you can hear about Julie’s experiences at the derby, which the hometown Louisville lady
https://youtu.be/rFQ71Wdeu3c Bring on the Bourbon! We’re making an Urban Bourbon Manhattan recipe on this episode of the Mix, all while learning about Kentucky’s Bourbon Trail and history. Luckily, we have Louisville native Julie Smith to walk us through a bourbon flight, tell us all about her hometown (including details about a ghost named Willie) and
https://youtu.be/FohyeKjM7NI We have a Whiskey Irish Mule recipe for you this week, and it’s so simple you have no excuse not to make it at home. With a simple mix of Slane Irish Whiskey and Fever-Tree Ginger Beer, this Whiskey Irish Mule is the perfect drink for your upcoming spring and summer get togethers. It’s
https://youtu.be/VngjMWkXhFk We’re kicking off the new look “The Mix” with a Charred Blood Orange Whiskey Sour recipe. The cocktail is made with mouthwatering Gentleman Jack Tennessee Whiskey from Jack Daniels, which is filtered twice through sugar maple charcoal – once before it goes into the cask and once before it goes into the bottle. This makes the spirit
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Check out our first season of The Mix with hosts Steve Canal and Meggi Hetzel, where you can find lots of additional, delicious cocktail recipes that you can make at home. And check this website every other Friday for the latest delicious recipes from The Mix.