Slideshow: What's Your Favorite Bourbon Cocktail?

Admiral Schley Punch
Admiral Schley Punch

Bourbon and rum, lots of lime, a touch of sugar: this nautical drink, which appeared in Charles H. Baker, Jr.'s Gentleman's Companion, isn't complicated, but it is delicious. A generous mint garnish adds a wonderful fresh aroma.

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[Photo: Wes Rowe]

The Maloney No. 2
The Maloney No. 2

This cocktail brings together high-proof bourbon with sweet vermouth and bittersweet Cynar. The final result is rich and strong, the kind of serious drink we crave as the weather gets cooler. If you like the Boulevardier, this is a cocktail you should really try.

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[Photo: Maggie Hoffman]

Kentucky Corpse Reviver
Kentucky Corpse Reviver

You've probably heard of a Corpse Reviver #2, made with gin and orange liqueur, Lillet Blanc, lemon, and absinthe or pastis. Here's a variation worth trying this fall, made with rich bourbon instead of the gin.

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[Photo: Wes Rowe]

Pomegranate Bourbon Cocktail
Pomegranate Bourbon Cocktail

Rich pomegranate molasses is a lively partner for bourbon in this cocktail, spiced with Angostura bitters and freshened up with orange and pomegranate juices.

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[Photo: Kelly Carámbula]

Vampire Blues
Vampire Blues

Fall flavors come into focus with this bourbon cocktail, made with a touch of pumpkin butter and Angostura for spice. Fresh lemon keeps things bright, and sherry adds a slight nuttiness. Keep this recipe on hand for your upcoming Halloween party!

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[Photo: Alice Gao]

Suffering Bastard
Suffering Bastard

Whiskey and gin together? Don't knock it till you've tried it. This drink dates back to the 1940s, and was, like many brilliant cocktails, meant as a hangover remedy. The two spirits are mixed with fresh lime juice and fizzy ginger ale, making it easy enough to drink that you might need another hangover remedy tomorrow.

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The Revolver
The Revolver

Bourbon just gets better with a little coffee liqueur and orange bitters. Consider tracking down Firelit or Galliano Ristretto for this drink.

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[Photo: Wes Rowe]