5 Of the Best Whiskey Drinks in Nashville

Happy International Tennessee Whiskey Day! Tennessee Whiskey is a specific kind of whiskey, and must meet several requirements to be called Tennessee Whiskey. In honor of International Tennessee Whiskey Day, we found five of the best whiskey drinks, of any kind, in Nashville. Keep reading to see the list:

1. Whiskey Smash at Whiskey Kitchen

What better place to have a whiskey drink than at Whiskey Kitchen? This unique concoction blends Chattanooga 91 Tennessee High Malt, mint, lemon and Demerara for one refreshing drink.

118 12th Ave S, Nashville, TN 37203

2. Brown Derby at Oak Steakhouse (in the Westin Hotel)

The Brown Derby combines Green Brier Tennessee Whiskey with grapefruit and honey. Simple, refreshing, and very, very good. Sip on that while taking in the gorgeous views.

801 Clark Pl, Nashville, TN 37203

3. Bacon Old-Fashioned at The Patterson House

The Patterson House, Nashville’s popular speakeasy-inspired bar, has a wide variety of unique cocktails, including the Bacon Old-Fashioned. The drink combines bacon-infused bourbon with maple, TPH Coffee, pecans and bitters.

1711 Division St, Nashville, TN 37203

4. Top Shelf Blushing Manhattan at Pork Belly Farmhouse

At $21, this one will set you back a bit more than a regular drink, but it will be worth it. The Top Shelf Blushing Manhattan is WhistlePig 10 Year Rye, with cherry shrubs, Dolin Rouge Sweet Vermouth and bitters. Pairs well with … well, anything.

7263 Nolensville Rd #4, Nolensville, TN 37135

5. Globetrotter at Etch

The Globetrotter at Etch is one of Nashville’s most unique drinks. Harlem Standard American Whiskey is paired with Grand Marnier, Carpano Antica Vermouth, Drambuie liqueur and bitters. Amazing.

303 Demonbreun St, Nashville, TN 37201