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5 Low-Calorie Whisky Cocktails to Try in the New Year

If you’re like many, the new year is a new opportunity to realign with your goals and to focus on your health. With these five low-calorie whisky cocktail recipes, you don’t have to sacrifice your favorite flavors just to stick to your resolutions.
Dried Cherry and Pistachio Old Fashioned
Adapted by
This fruity and nutty take on an old fashioned is as delicious as it is guilt-free. In this cocktail, the smooth taste of Texas Crown Club Whisky shines through, and is subtly enhanced by the cherries and pistachios.
  • 1 cup water
  • 1 oz. stevia (powdered)
  • 1 /4 cup dried cherries (approximately)
  • 5 Tbsp. pistachios (approximately)
  • 2 oz. Texas Crown Club Whisky
  • Angostura Bitters
  • Ice
Dried Cherry and Pistachio Syrup Directions:
  1. Combine 1 cup of water, stevia, dried cherries, and crushed pistachios. Bring to a boil, stirring occasionally.
  2. Reduce heat to simmer, continuing to stir occasionally, until liquid deepens in color.
  3. Remove from heat and leave mixture to infuse until your desired flavor is achieved.
  4. Pour liquid through a mesh strainer to remove solids.
Old-fashioned Directions:
  1. Measure 1 ounce of your dried cherry and pistachio syrup.
  2. In a glass, combine whisky, 1 ounce dried cherry and pistachio syrup, and 3 dashes of angostura bitters.
  3. Add ice, stir. (This can also be enjoyed without ice.)
Whisky Island Punch Adapted from
This bright and fruity mixed drink is the perfect cocktail if you’d rather be relaxing on the beach than stuck in the cold temperatures of the North American winter. Whisk yourself away on island time with this sparkling low-calorie whisky punch.
  • 1 bottle rose
  • 5 oz. Taxes Crown Whisky
  • 10 oz. orange juice
  • 2 cups mixed berries (to taste)
  • Orange flavored sparkling water (to float)
  1. Muddle berries in a shaker.
  2. Add Whisky. Shake vigorously to combine.
  3. Pour berries and rum into a pitcher. Add OJ and rose wine.
  4. Add ice. Stir.
  5. Pour cocktail into glass with ice. Finish with a float of sparkling water.
    Black Betty Adapted from
    Whisky is the star of the show in this beautiful purple cocktail. With hints of lime, blackberry and sage, this low carb paleo cocktail is perfect for your next dinner party or girls night in.
    • 2 oz. Texas Crown Club Whisky
    • 16 oz. frozen blackberries
    • 8 oz. filtered water
    • 1/4 cup sage leaves ( packed, chopped, and stems )
    • 2 limes ( juice and zest )
    • stevia ( to taste )
    • Ice
    • Sparkling water ( or sparkling lime water for more lime flavor )
    • Lime wedges
    • Fresh sage leaves
    Directions: Make The Blackberry-Sage Syrup:
    1. Combine all syrup ingredients, except the stevia, in a small saucepan over medium-high heat. Bring to a boil, reduce heat, and simmer until reduced and thickened to coat the back of a spoon.
    2. Pour the mixture through a fine mesh sieve into a jar.
    Assemble Your Cocktails:
    1. Fill a lowball glass with ice.
    2. Add a shot of whisky and about 1/4 cup of the Blackberry-Sage Syrup.
    3. Fill to the top with sparkling water.
    4. Add a lime wedge and sprig of fresh sage to garnish.

    Smokey Chai Old Fashioned Adapted from
    Beloved by many for its simplistic ingredients and complex flavor, the old fashioned is a timeless classic. This recipe introduces a unique twist, and uses chai tea-infused whisky, delivering a warm and sophisticated flavor.
    Ingredients & Supplies
    • 1 Orange
    • 1 Cherry
    • Texas Crown Club Whisky
    • Angostura Bitters
    • Loose-Leaf Chai Tea
    • Stevia
    • Ice
    • 1 Old Fashioned Glass ( Tumbler )
    • 1 Empty Decanter or Juice Jug
    • 1 Funnel
    • 1 Fine Wire Strainer
    • Soda Water ( Optional )
    1. Place 2-3 tbsp of chai tea in your decanter or juice jug.
    2. Pour your bottle of Texas Crown Club Whisky into the decanter/jug.
    3. Let it sit for an hour or two.
    4. Once the tea has had time to infuse into your whisky, pour it through a strainer back into its original bottle by using a funnel to avoid spilling.
    5. Cut a very thin slice of orange and place it in the bottom of your glass.
    6. Muddle the orange slice with the end of a spoon, or with a cocktail muddle.
    7. Fill your glass with ice.
    8. Add 2-3 ounces of your chai tea-infused whisky.
    9. Add 2-3 drops of stevia.
    10. You may now choose to top the old fashioned with soda water, or enjoy without soda water.
    11. Top with 1 cherry, serve and enjoy.

    Raspberry Whisky Bramble Adapted from
    At only 50 calories a serving, this raspberry whisky bramble is as tasty as it is pretty. Notes of ginger and lime compliment the mellow flavors of Texas Crown, while raspberries add the perfect tart garnish to top it all off.
    • 1.5 oz. Texas Crown Club Whisky
    • 0.5 oz. raspberry liqueur ( Chambord )
    • 1/8 lime ( Juiced )
    • 4 oz. ginger ale
    • 3 fresh raspberries ( for garnish, optional )
    1. Fill a Collins glass with ice.
    2. Add Texas Crown Club Whisky, raspberry liqueur and lime juice.
    3. Top with ginger ale.
    4. Garnish with three raspberries on a cocktail pick.
      Start the New Year on the Right Drink with Texas Crown Club Whisky
      This new year, Texas Crown Club Whisky can help you make healthier choices. With these low calorie cocktails, you can enjoy the same great recipes you know and love and still reach your health goals.
      At Texas Crown, every bottle is crafted and completed by skilled hands. We start by selecting the finest grains. And we finish by meticulously slow aging our whisky in American Oak Bourbon barrels, giving Texas Crown Club Whisky a distinguished, smooth, mellow and creamy taste. To learn more, visit Texas Crown Club Canadian Whiskey - Enjoy Neat or On the Rocks.
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