Stirred down and boozy so suited to late night sipping. This cocktail has broader appeal when served on-the-rocks in an old-fashioned glass, either way
Cognac, amaretto and amaro aromatised with vanilla bitters and Islay single malt.
Honey lifts and enhances this blend of scotch, single Islay malt and dry vermouth.
Scotch malt whisky, and particularly Islay single malt balance and work brilliantly with rich crème de cassis and Antica Formula, helped by a generous
Two parts amaro to 1 part Islay single malt is a boundary-pushing recipe but with a splash of banana liqueur, the resulting cocktail is balanced and tasty.
A suitably hardened Rusty Nail variation with a full three measures of spirit.
The equal parts (scotch, cherry brandy, sweet vermouth and orange juice) formula from the 1930 The Savoy Cocktail Book is the accepted classic Blood &
A Blood & Sand with the smoky influence of Islay single malt whisky and the rounding citrus notes of blood orange juice.
Named after Denny Kallivoka and Eleni Nikoloulia, our favourite Greek drinks writers, this whisky based cocktail has a healthy glug of mastiha with birch
As the name implies, this Martini is a good helping of smoky peat. If you like that kind of thing, it's equally dreamy.
Not the most endearing of names but this spiritous late-night sipper has broad family appeal beyond just uncles, so long as they have a taste for bittersweet
Cachaça, lime and elderflower with a smoky hit of Islay whisky.
Adapted from a recipe created in 2015 by Santiago Michelis at Alcoholic Architecture, London, England. Santiago says, “My cocktail is inspired on a winner
Smoky Islay malt adds a distinctive aroma and flavour to this appropriately named cocktail with cherry fruitiness and smoothing egg yolk.
On the bitter side of bittersweet this is a great aperitif cocktail.
Bourbon-laced and spirit-forward but mellowed by bittersweet amaro and herbal liqueur with a hint of Islay smokiness.
Honey and amaretto’s rich almond flavours brilliantly balance and marry with cognac and Islay single malt whisky.
Islay single malt is for many the king of all whiskies so it should be celebrated in more cocktails – particularly Old Fashioneds.
Creating this cocktail started with a desire to make a properly British cocktail to toast those special occasions when a fellow Brit wins a sporting event.
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Created in 2016 by Kaiko Tulloch at Lucky Liquor Co., Edinburgh for Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Calling competition.
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