When you think of whiskey, you probably think of a traditional cocktail like the Old Fashioned or Manhattan enjoyed by a warm fire on a cold night, right?

Not so fast.

Devils River Whiskey, the fastest growing premium Texas whiskey, is changing that perception with a variety of options made with their award-winning whiskey for a new, unexpected, summertime twist.

From cooling lemonades to whiskey sangrias, below are a few of our favorite Devils River #SinfullySmoothWhiskey recipes.

The Razmanian Devil is a great alternative to the typical margarita.  But don’t let the name fool you.  Although devilishly good, this fresh take will cool even the hottest summer days.  Frozen or on-the-rocks, our 90-proof Devils River Bourbon mixes well with lemon juice, raspberry liqueur, and simple syrup, finished with a splash of lemonade.

Watermelon Fizz is dangerously bold as it combines Devils River 90-proof Bourbon with the rich flavor of Peach Schnapps, lime juice, watermelon, thyme, and ginger beer to create the ideal pool-side aperitif.

Don’t believe us?  Below are the ingredients and steps you need to take as a Devils Advocate to create these #SinfullySmoothWhiskey cocktails before your next pool party.

THE RAZMANIAN DEVIL

1 ½ oz. Devils River Bourbon

2 oz. Lemonade

½ oz. Simple Syrup

½ oz. Lemon Juice

½ oz. Raspberry Liqueur

Serve on the rocks or frozen, garnish with a lemon or raspberry

DEVILS RIVER WATERMELON FIZZ

1 ½ oz. Devils River 90-Proof Bourbon

½ oz. Peach Schnapps

½ oz. Lime Juice

3-5 Chunks of Watermelon (muddled)

Ginger Beer to top

Serve on the rocks, garnish with sugar rim and thyme

For more ideas, as well as video tutorials on how to mix the perfect summer drink, follow the hashtags #SinfullySmoothWhiskey and #SinfullySmoothSippers on YouTube or visit DevilsRiverWhiskey.com.

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