The Countrypolitan Cocktail: bourbon, lime juice, demarara syrup, Grand Marnier and Pama. A whiskey-based alternative to the Cosmopolitan.
The Bourbon Derby: Manhattan-style, with bourbon, Bénédictine, and bitters, or New Orleans sour-style, with bourbon, sweet vermouth, curaçao and lime juice.
The Cloister cocktail's claim to fame is the use of both Chartreuse and grapefruit juice. The result is a heady, citrus nose and a long, spicy aftertaste.
The Prohibition-era Scofflaw Cocktail: rye or bourbon whiskey, dry vermouth, lemon juice, grenadine and orange bitters.