The Last Laph – an intriguing equal parts recipe with scotch and ginger liqueur.
In this classic Boulevardier cocktail we are using Naked Grouse blended malt scotch whisky as the base ingredient. And oh how well it blends with both the Campari and the sweet vermouth!
The Exile in Ryeville cocktail, found in Brad Thomas Parsons’s book Bitters, is a twist on a classic Sidecar.
We call this original cocktail “Conflate”, and we make it with Naked Grouse scotch and prune juice!
In this variety of the Some Beach cocktail, we are using Naked Grouse blended malt scotch whisky. And it works so beautifully combined with orange juice and sweet vermouth!
The Casualty originates from Amor y Amargo in New York city, and it’s a very typical drink of them. Lots of amaro Montenegro in this drink!
The Blood and Sand is a classic cocktail for a reason. That combination os smoky scotch, cherry Heering and orange juice works so well.
What made us intrigued by the Butterscotch Collins was the quantity of lemon juice, almost half this cocktail consists of lemon juice. So does this mean it’s the most sour cocktail ever?
There is something refreshing about pear cocktails!