Bourbon mixed drink with fall flavors

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Looking for that warm caramelly taste of Fall?   You’ll love our Bourbon cocktail with tiny pecan, and nutmeg pieces, and an artisan feel.  This is an amazing alchemy of melt-in-your-mouth fall flavors with the Va Va Voom of Bourbon.  Conjur up this Truly ass-kicking Bitchcraft.  (Drink a few of these and they will definitely cast a spell on you ) …Delightfully Wicked, and truly Enchanting-


Why are Bourbon Cocktails so popular?

Bourbon cocktails have seen a rise in popularity over the last few years due to their unique and complex flavors. Bourbon itself is a distilled spirit made from corn and aged in oak barrels, adding notes of caramel, vanilla, and oak to the liquor. Mixologists have utilized this distinct flavor profile to create cocktails that are both bold and smooth. The Old Fashioned, a classic bourbon cocktail, has become particularly popular, with its combination of sugar, bitters, and bourbon creating a perfect balance of sweet and bitter flavors. Additionally, bourbon cocktails are versatile, with options ranging from fruity and refreshing to warming and spicy. This allows for a wide range of flavor preferences to be met, appealing to both traditional and modern palates. Lastly, the history and heritage surrounding bourbon also adds to its popularity. As a distinctly American spirit, bourbon is seen as a symbol of authenticity and tradition, making it a popular choice for those seeking an authentic American beverage.


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What are the most common Bourbon Cocktails?

The Old Fashioned is the most common Bourbon cocktail.  Another beloved concoction is the Mint Julep, which is made with Bourbon, sugar, fresh mint leaves, and crushed ice. This cocktail is especially popular during the Kentucky Derby.

The Boulevardier, a Bourbon-based version of the Negroni, is a newer addition to the Bourbon cocktail scene. It’s a blend of Bourbon, sweet vermouth, and Campari. A more fruity option is the Bourbon Peach Tea, which combines Bourbon, peach tea, and fresh lemon juice. Finally, the Whiskey Sour is a classic cocktail made with Bourbon, lemon juice, and simple syrup.



Bourbon mixed drink with fall flavors

Bourbon Cocktail with Praline Pecan, Nutmeg, and Aromatic Bitters

Bourbon mixed drink with fall flavors
5 from 13 votes

Wicked Bitchcraft

Bourbon Cocktail with Pecan, Nutmeg, and Aromatic Bitters
Prep Time45 minutes
Total Time45 minutes
Course: Drinks
Cuisine: American
Keyword: aromatic bitters, Bourbon, holiday drink, nutmeg, praline pecan
Author: Helda Stiphy



Praline Pecan Simple Syrup

  • 1 cup Chopped Pecans
  • 1 cup Water
  • 1 cup Brown Sugar


  • 2 oz Bourbon
  • .75 oz Pecan Simple Syrup
  • tsp Aromatic Bitters
  • tsp Freshly ground Nutmeg


Prepare Simple Syrup

  • Chop Pecans into small pieces
  • Add Pecans, Water, and Brown Sugar to a pot
  • Bring to a boil
  • Simmer for 20 minutes
  • Allow the Syrup to cool
  • Grind in the food processor
  • Set aside

Prepare Cocktail

  • Combine Bourbon, Bitters, Simple Syrup, and Nutmeg in a Cocktail glass
  • Garnish with an Orange Slice

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Mix It Up

-You can serve it neat- but delicious over ice

-Ladies might prefer an extra .25 oz of Praline Pecan Simple Syrup for a little more smoothness to the cocktail

-Pre-ground nutmeg also works in this recipe


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Perfect Pairing

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plate of southern bread pudding with pecans and buttery bourbon glaze

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