White Corn Sazerac

You'll love this Tennessee style Sazerac! George Dickel White Corn Whisky, French Blanc and Aperitivo Americano with a splash of Absinthe that's served over ice - sweet, savory, and oh so smooth!

White Corn Sazerac


  • 1.75oz

    George Dickel White Corn Whisky

  • 0.25oz

    French Blanc Aperitif Wine

  • 1

    Bar Spoon Aperitivo Americano

  • 1

    Bar Spoon Absinthe 

0 units of alcohol per serve


  • 1

    Highball Glass

  • 1

    Ice Scoop

  • 1


  • 1

    Bar Spoon

  • 1

    Mixing Glass

  • 1

    Julep Strainer

  • 1




  • Preparation
    1. Add all the ingredients to an ice-filled Mixing glass.
    2. Stir to mix, chill and dilute.
    3. Strain into a ice-filled Rocks glass.
    4. Garnish with a Lemon twist.
  • Alcohol Content

    Alcohol content

    Alcohol content: 19.6g per serve


The Sazerac is the official cocktail of New Orleans. It’s one of the oldest cocktails in the world. The recipe for the Sazerac has remained almost unchanged since it was invented.


History of the Drink

The Sazerac is a classic cocktail that has been enjoyed by many for almost two centuries. Its oriGins are steeped in history with its creation dating back to the early 1800s in the vibrant city of New Orleans. The cocktail's oriGinal inventor was a pharmacist by the name of Antoine Amedie Peychaud. Peychaud is credited with creating the cocktail in his apothecary shop, where he mixed together Brandy, Absinthe, Sugar and Bitters to create a flavorful and aromatic drink.

The drink was initially served in a small, egg-shaped cup known as a coquetier, which later came to be known as a ‘cocktail’ glass. Peychaud's friends and patrons loved the cocktail so much that it became a staple at the city's most prestigious social gatherings. In fact, the Sazerac became so popular that it was eventually adopted as the official drink of New Orleans.