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Royal Nail

Originally created made by stirring 2 shots of Johnnie Walker King George V with 1 shot of Drambuie The Royal Legacy Of 1745 and 1 dash Peychaud's aromatic

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By The Spey

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Created by Miguel Fernandez Fernandez, Octave Rooftop Lounge & Bar, Bangkok Marriott Hotel Sukhumvit, Bangkok, Thailand.

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Original Sin

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Created by Andrea Jachetta, La zanzara, Rome, Italy.

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Pentagon

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Created by Anna Thomson from Tigerlily, Edinburgh, Scotland.

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Smoke Signal

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STIR all ingredients with ice and strain into chilled glass.

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The Apple Map

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Created by Calvin Young from Cold Drinks Bar, San Francisco, USA.

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30 e Lode

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I need to confess, that this is not my own creation. I just fine-tuned the quantities of the ingredients of this cocktail that was suggested to me by Francesco

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A Very Good Highland Nail

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The mandarin notes in the Glayva add an extra note to the usual blend of scotch whisky and honey.

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Ginger Scott

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Ginger and single malt, what's not to like. A short leap from Gary 'gaz' Regan's The Debonair, the Ginger Scott brings a touch of citrus and bitters to

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Harry Oleson's Rob Roy Cocktail

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STIR all ingredients with ice and strain into chilled glass.

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Irmina's Lotus Espresso

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SHAKE all ingredients with ice and fine strain into chilled glass.

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Nutty Scotsman

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Carmel from Oban up front middled by berry and cherry from the vermouth with a walnuty finish dried out by the scotch

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Roberto Burns

I came up with this variant during #Quarantini days of 2021, using Montenegro Amaro instead of the usual vermouth.