Sometimes people think it’s in the fall and winter months that we should be drinking whisk(e)y with fireplaces roaring and rich meals waiting. But I am the type of lady who drinks red wine on hot summer days and thinks whiskey is sometimes best in its most refreshing renditions. We have summer campfires as well, so why not bring the bourbon into the summer months and let the rosé and gin and tonics have a break? After all, there is a reason we slug down Mint Juleps during hot horse races — they’re ridiculously refreshing.
The Whiskey Ginger is easy enough, but I also wanted to suggest a few more for your summer tipples.