An essential classic cocktail for the whiskey lover. The Manhattan consists of rye whiskey, sweet vermouth and bitters stirred over ice and strained into a chilled glass.
The cousin of the Rusty Nail. The Godfather consists of equal parts of Scotch whiskey and Amaretto. The almond liqueur sweetens and softens the potent whiskey.
The sweet Scotch Liqueur, Drambuie, softens the Scotch whiskey by adding tones of honey and spices.
The Trinidad Sour is packed full of bitter flavours thanks to the key ingredient, Angostura bitters. The full shot of bitters is balanced with orgeat (almond syrup) and fresh citrus in addition to a small part of rye whiskey.
Honey and thyme work harmoniously in this bourbon whiskey cocktail. Balanced with fresh lemon juice and dry Amontillado sherry.
A Whiskey Highball is simply a whiskey & soda. Japanese whiskey is preferred due to it’s delicate flavour profile. Their whiskies are ‘Scotch-style’ in respect to their production methods and style of whiskey.
For such a simple drink it is surprisingly tasty. Essentially a riff on a classic whiskey sour, this one is definitely worth a try.
Named after the popular LA restaurant from the mid-20th century. Both sweet and sour notes with a hefty slug of bourbon whiskey.
First created in Paris back in 1924 during US Prohibition. The term ‘scofflaw’ was coined during Prohibition era and referred to a person who flouted the Prohibition laws by drinking booze.
The Amaro & Bourbon Whiskey Maple Sour as featured on the Beautiful Booze blog. The familiar bitter flavours from Angostura are balanced with the citrus and maple syrup.