What cocktail goes with turkey?
Probably the most appropriate cocktail—both in name and flavor profile—for a full-course turkey dinner is the Thanksgiving cocktail. No matter which seasonings you use, the combination of dry gin and vermouth, sweet apricot brandy, and lemon juice pair perfectly with a savory turkey.
Is Wild Turkey and Coke good?
Jack Daniels or Wild Turkey are fine if you want to mix them with Coke, but not for this project. You don’t have to splash your cash on a $90 bottle of single malt, but aim for something over $30. If you can’t afford that, go to a bar that has a decent selection and try one glass.
Does Amarone go with turkey?
Big (and I mean big), rich, figgy and spicy. Wickedly indulgent partner for turkey.
Can you drink red wine with turkey?
Yes, you can serve red wine with turkey. You may not want to serve Cabernet because it is generally too tart and high in tannins (that astringent quality that makes your tongue feel a touch dry) to match well with turkey. But you can serve a lighter red with moderate acidity to cut through the richness.
Is Wild Turkey 101 a good whiskey?
The combination of high proof, great price, and flavor qualities of Wild Turkey 101 is really a perfect storm. Sporting both high proof and flavor balance makes it a great sipping bourbon, which can’t always be said of budget bourbons. The great price and above-average proof also makes it a great mixing bourbon.