Happy Hour Basics – Delta In-Flight Coupon Happy Hour Giveaway


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It’s been a while since we’ve done a happy hour post, so we are taking it back to basics with a main ingredient to a perfect Happy Hour.

Every cocktail or mixed drink should have a good base alcohol as the main ingredient. And what better ingredient than Woodford Reserve.

Woodford Reserve

Perhaps Delta knows it’s important to get the base ingredient right. Maybe that’s why they never run out of mini Woodford Reserve bottles in the Sky. Here at Points, Miles & Martinis headquarters, we like to think we’ll never run out of Woodford Reserve either.

Delta In-Flight Coupon Giveaway

Points, Miles & Martinis will give one lucky winner a Delta in-flight coupon and a set of Points, Miles & Martinis cocktail napkins. A winner will be randomly selected one on Monday from all valid entries to receive the prize.

How To Enter

To enter for your chance to win, leave a comment with your guess to the following question:

  • How many mini Woodford Reserve bottles does it take to fill a Giant Woodford Reserve bottle?
  • Extra credit: What’s a good drink to make with Bourbon?

 

Hope you have a happy, Happy Hour. It’s five o’clock somewhere.

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Comments

  1. My bad….reading is fundamental 35 minis make one giant…20 minis make a nice liter…still say manhattan is a good drink!!!

  2. 35. Oh, you want a good drink to make with bourbon too? Fine. My favorite is bourbon. Just bourbon. That’s not a mixed drink? Alright, alright. Bourbon on the rocks. Ice counts as mixing, right?

  3. Manhattan…and who cares–they all end up in my glass anyway! (but i’d say 30 something)

  4. It takes 35 50 ml mini-bottles to fill up one 1.75 l bottle. A good mixed drink would be a Mnahattan. Or a bourbon-variation of sidecar.

  5. I think it’s 35 minis? (1750 by 50ml?) not sure.

    I like a Sazerac with bourbon, Woodford is perfect for this (usually made with Rye).

  6. 35 mini bottles in a 1.75L big bottle. A great bourbon cocktail is a Derby:

    1oz bourbon
    3/4 oz lime juice
    1/2 oz sweet vermouth
    1/2 oz Grand Marnier
    Shaken and strained into chilled cocktail/martini glass
    Garnish with lime wedge

    …and from my college days a “Bourbon Meyer” = Bourbon and Publix Sweet Tea

  7. 38 MINIS.

    Why kill what is already perfection ?

    Add ice…………..and whaalaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

  8. I’ll guess low and say 17.
    Why would you mix good Bourbon with anything? Straight I say.

  9. 33 to fill a handle.

    Being from the south I would be remiss if I did not suggest a Mint Julep!

  10. 25 little bottles make a large one. Manhattens are wonderful with a great bourbon. My husband’s favorite drink!

  11. 28? that good bourbon mixed? a large glass mix with air , sniff and gently sip

  12. It’ll take 35 of those little babies to fill a bottle….so at $245 per bottle it better be good!

    Best Bourbon drink at that price –
    -on ice with a splash of water.

    If you want a mixed drink, Bourbon Sour is the way to go.

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