by Taylor Leclere


  1. 1 oz. bourbon

  2. 1 oz. sweet vermouth

  3. 1 oz. Campari

  4. 1 orange peel


  1. In a mixing glass, add 1 oz. each of bourbon, sweet vermouth, and Campari

  2. Add ice and stir 20-22 times

  3. Strain contents into old fashioned glass

  4. Add 1 large ice cube or 2-3 smaller cubes

  5. Garnish with orange peel

taylor recommends...

Buffalo Trace Bourbon

Carpano Antica for Sweet Vermouth

For a sweeter Boulevardier, use Aperol instead of Campari

For a Chocolate Boulevardier, add two dashes Scrappy's Chocolate Bitters before stirring

To make an Old Pal, substitute Michter's Rye for Buffalo Trace Bourbon

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2/23/2020, 2:33:29 PM



The chocolate one, OH MY GOD!!!!

I recommend this recipe.

2/23/2020, 2:30:53 PM

Juan M.

Santa Clarita, CA

Love these drinks and this course! Had no idea there were multiple types of Champagne-Highly Recommend!!

I recommend this recipe.

2/23/2020, 2:19:14 PM


Santa Fe

I never get tired of new takes on this. Made this for my girlfriend on our first date and honestly was a great decision :)

I recommend this recipe.

2/23/2020, 2:16:10 PM

Brian Deckard

Glendale, CA

Neat, no ice in an old fashioned glass-true mark of a classic sazerac!

I recommend this recipe.

2/23/2020, 2:13:07 PM


New York

I love these fresher takes on classics. Much appreciated bro!!

I recommend this recipe.

1/5/2020, 11:33:00 PM

MJ Currin

New York, NY

Grapefruit and Tequila were made for each other. Why don't more people put Palomas under classic cocktails?

I recommend this recipe.

2/4/2020, 8:22:00 AM



This changed by opinion of Whiskey Sours entirely. Also such a good base drink to start with before creating new cocktails!

I recommend this recipe.

12/10/2019, 9:16:00 PM

Cody D.

Los Angeles, CA

Much respect bringing back Gin Martini!! Don't see as much of it these days. Cheers man

I recommend this recipe.

2/8/2020, 2:18:00 AM

M. Cohen

Houston, TX

Taylor has a way of taking a recipe like this that can be made so many ways and just doing what works. So enjoyed the lessons!!

I recommend this recipe.

1/21/2020, 10:51:00 PM



Honestly all these drinks are great, but how can you go wrong with this classic?

I recommend this recipe.

2/13/2020, 10:48:40 PM

Adam Phillips

Oakland, CA

Just finished up the online class and wow! best purchase of the year so far!! The Whiskey lessons are so packed with knowledge, my mouth is watering now for these drinks!!!

I recommend this recipe.

1/18/2020, 9:33:00 AM

Sven L.


Never thought of Cynar in a manhattan, but oh boy this is my new thing!!!

I recommend this recipe.

2/4/2020, 5:30:00 AM


Southwark, London

I got carried a way a bit with these drinks and polished off a good bit of the bottle in a single night! LOL. Delicious recipe though!!

I recommend this recipe.

2/6/2020, 12:37:00 AM

Jon Cooper

Sherman Oaks, CA

Why do people not realize that with margaritas, simplicity is key? TLC drinks got it spot on-nothing artificial, just a good ol' classic

I recommend this recipe.

1/17/2020, 11:21:00 PM

Lisa D.

San Bernadino, CA

Took his class and all of his recommendations are fantastic! Highly recommend!!

I recommend this recipe.

1/23/2020, 10:02:00 PM

Aiden Cross

Belfast, NI

What grace of God gave us egg whites in cocktails? I'll join that religion now, no questions asked

I recommend this recipe.

2/3/2020, 9:33:00 AM

The Brown Bar Chicago


This guy's got the right idea! so many places put too much cognac, but even our bar manager was impressed!

I recommend this recipe.

1/29/2020, 6:35:00 AM


Phoenix, AZ

Viva Mexico!!! Was gonna say it's sack religious to not use squirt, but this is so much more refreshing!!

I recommend this recipe.

2/10/2020, 9:57:00 PM

Luke T.


Champagne and gin are born companions. Except the glass much be large one ;)

I recommend this recipe.

2/3/2020, 1:26:00 AM

Elaine Carsten

St. Louis, MO

I've been a bourbon gal my whole life, and i always hated negronis but oh my god the world of campari has just been burst open for me!

I recommend this recipe.

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