The Rebel Yell is the perfect cold-weather cocktail. Made with simple ingredients of bourbon, bitters, and lemon juice it’s as simple to make as it is delicious!
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Fall and football ….and bourbon! They all go together. I named this little bourbon drink The Rebel Yell because it reminds me of The Grove on game day! One tip for any good cocktail, use the good stuff! Don’t go buying any cheap bourbon and think your drink will taste good.
When you’re in the mood for a hard liquor cocktail, this is the one for you! Bourbon with a splash of lemon pairs beautifully together.
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It’s perfect for evening sipping. As well, guys will love this bourbon drink, especially during cooler weather. It’s a twist on a traditional Old Fashioned cocktail.
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The Rebel Yell
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- 2 ounces good bourbon
- 2 dashes bitters
- 2 dashes lemon juice
- garnish with a lemon wedge
- Premium bourbon makes all the difference. Try Knob Creek or Woodford Reserve or Blanton's for this cocktail.
- Pour bourbon in a glass over ice, add bitters and lemon juice.
- Stir. Garnish with a lemon wedge.
Paula, I can guarantee this will be made at my house.
It’s yummy! 🙂 Grill the tenderloin and make this cocktail – that’s all you need, right? 😉
Diane Balch says
Love your cocktail… I am dubbing you the bourbon expert. What brand would you use for baking?
I bake with the same as we drink – Woodford Reserve, Maker’s Mark, same as with wine, I don’t cook with something I wouldn’t drink.