The old-fashioned drink is one of the best ways to dress up your favorite whiskey. It's a classic cocktail that's been served since the mid-1800s and is as popular today as it was back then.



1 sugar cube

2 dashes bitters

2 oz bourbon

- Muddle the sugar

cube with the bitters.


- Add bourbon.


- Pour over ice.


- Garnish with orange twist.


The Red Hills region is known for it's rolling hills, red clay soils, and scenic beauty. When we feel the need to hit the pause button, 

we  head out for a slow ride through the red hills with windows down.



2 oz cherry juice

1 oz lime juice

1 oz simple syrup

2 oz bourbon


- Fill glass with ice.


- Shake ingredients

and add to ice.


- Garnish with a cherry

or a lime slice.

mr. naylor's



This cocktail is a salute to Mr. Naylor...the conductor on the first train to pull into Thomasville in 1861. The town was in a festive

mood, and this cocktail has classic ingredients of punches that have traditionally been served at festive parties in the south.



1 c. water

1 c. sugar

1 3" piece of ginger, sliced

1 3/4 c. grapefruit juice

1/2 c. lime juice

2 c. bourbon


-Heat water, sugar, and ginger in a small pot until dissolved.


-Steep for 30 minutes, and remove ginger.


-Add lime juice to ginger syrup.


-Fill glass with ice.


-Add 1/3 c. bourbon


-Add 1/2 c. juice mixture.


-Garnish with a slice of lime and/or a piece of grapefruit.