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Bitter Jean

Scotch malt whisky, and particularly Islay single malt, balance and work brilliantly with rich crème de cassis and full-bodied vermouth, helped by a generous

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Dantes in Fernet

It's obvious that this Blood & Sand-like cocktail contains Fernet, it has an almost smoky herbal influence. Maple syrup is an inspired sweetener and flavour

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Mr Burns

A single malt whisky-based Bobby Burns, and all the more excellent for it.

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Rusty Sour

It takes a single malt to properly live up to the big flavours of the whisky liqueur. The only question is how much lemon juice and additional sugar suit

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Peat's Dragon

Dry and aromatic with vermouth and aromatised wine, along with rich orange liqueur, gently influencing scotch whisky, enlivened with a subtle black pepper

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Apple and lemon juice are renowned for pairing well with Scotch whisky and in the Vanity, this harmonious combination is further enhanced by apple appearing

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Sloane Square cocktail

An unusual pairing of single malt scotch whisky and tequila with herbal complexity courtesy of Bénédictine liqueur, freshened with orange zestiness.

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Banana Stand

Smoky whisky-laced, rich, delicately herbal banana. Not as challenging as this drink sounds and considerably tastier.

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Savoury Whisky Martini

If you've a savoury palate and also like Martinis and single malt scotch whisky then this savoury cocktail may be for you.

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Rose Noble

Bittersweet and sweet 'n' sour, A whisky-based riff on the Division Bell.

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Morning Glory Fizz

This classic, sour and aromatic cocktail is traditionally considered a morning after a pick-me-up / rejuvenative 'hair-of-the-dog'.

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Smoky island malts tamed by the Christmas pudding flavours of Pedro Ximénez with pastis adding notes of enlivening anise. To quote Ruby's menu, An unabashedly

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Sin Cyn cocktail

A single malt whisky laced twist on a Boulevardier with Cynar replacing the familiar Italian red bitter liqueur.

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Speyside Single Malt Old Fashioned

Some may want to use a Demerara sugar syrup but pure cane sugar delicately mellows the malt whisky without masking its flavour, indeed it amplifies its

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The Dandy (by Iain Meldrum)

Dry and slightly on the bitter side of bittersweet, single malt scotch, gentian liqueur and dry vermouth sit well together in this appealing aperitif-style

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Big Mac

A volumized riff on a Whisky Mac created in June 2021 by yours truly.

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The Fitzroy

A Rob Roy with a delicate peaty note courtesy of a splash of peated single malt.

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Highland Sazerac

A dash of malt gives a Highland influence to the Sazerac, also given a herbal note due to a generous splash of Chartreuse.

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The Prospector

Three ingredients combine brilliantly in this deliciously simple cocktail.

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Tart 'n' Sand

This riff on a classic Blood & Sand is indeed a tad on the tart side, but tasty and refreshing.

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Towser the Mouser

An after-dinner/late-night sipper which benefits from a split whisk(e)y base and similarly split fortified wines and liqueurs. Some will prefer served

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Bartending law stipulates that this cocktail be stirred. If law-abiding, stir and serve on the rocks with larger (60ml whisky, 15ml Chartreuse, 10ml sugar,

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Bittersweet berry fruit scotch rounded by subtle coconut.

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Highland Drum

The classic blend of Scotch and Drambuie with fresh orange and vermouth complexity.

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