Slideshow: First Look: Cocktails at Radiator Whiskey in Seattle, WA

Barrel-Aged 1794 ($13)
Barrel-Aged 1794 ($13)
The 1794 is rye-based, whiskey-forward variation on the Boulevardier, softened and aged in a barrel. Rosales says the aging results in a thicker drink, where the flavors have embraced each other and lost any hard edge they may have had.
Showgirl ($10)
Showgirl ($10)
This Buffalo Trace Bourbon drink is sweetened with Ramazzotti Amaro for a digestif feel—and a digestif might be necessary after the many meaty dishes on Radiator's menu. Housemade rhubarb bitters add complexity to the mix.
Frisch ($10)
Frisch ($10)
This Old Overholt rye based cocktail is infused with apple wood though a cold-smoking gun, then mixed into a Manhattan with Noilly Prat sweet vermouth and Fee Brothers Barrel-Aged bitters.
Bohr ($10)
Bohr ($10)
A Manhattan made from 2 Bar's white dog (un-aged) whiskey. The roughness of the new spirit is tempered with gomme syrup and herbal Dolin dry vermouth. A hit of Xocolatl mole bitters adds an earthy intrigue.
Renegade ($11)
Renegade ($11)
Combining two of her favorite spirits, Rosales' Renegade packs a double punch of Buffalo Trace bourbon and Del Maguey Vida mezcal. The cocktail gets a lift, in color and flavor, from Yellow Chartreuse and a combination of Angostura and orange bitters.
Smoked Pig Face
Smoked Pig Face
Chefs Tyler Palagi and Charlie Garrison serve half of a pig face with a side of charcuterie, aioli, and pickled peppers.