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Forget the porridge and kick start your day with an Atholl Brose. Consider using raw heather honey.
As Embury says, there would seem to be some sense in using a Scotch-based liqueur and although this version of the Bobby Burns is rarely seen, it is worthy
A riff on the classic Sazerac.
Drambuie adds herbal consistency to this minty fresh aged rum Daiquiri.
Cognac stirred with rich herbal and heather honey Drambuie, along with aromatised wine. Aromatic bitters add complexity depth.
A Scottish twist on the classic bourbon-based Mint Julep.
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.
Pineapple juice with herbal attitude. Fernet contributes almost clove-like flavours to this fruity aperitivo cocktail.
Very complex with obvious Islay whisky and tequila notes made more interesting with subtle spice and chocolaty notes.
The sweet honeyed spice notes of Scottish liqueur combine harmoniously with the gentle acidity of the wine, lengthened and freshened with ginger ale.
It takes a single malt to properly live up to the big favours of the whisky liqueur. The only question is how much lemon juice and additional sugar suit
Honeyed herbal whisky liqueur with an apple brandy base, freshened with lemon juice and given a wisp of smokiness by a splash of Islay malt.
Rum takes over from Scotch as base spirit in this Nail but Islay single malt adds interest and keeps it a true Nail (being any drink with Drambuie and
This golden drink is dry and sophisticated, yet honeyed and approachable.
Delicately spiced, honeyed and sherried aged rum.
A suitably hardened Rusty Nail variation with a full three measures of spirit.
Honeyed, spiced cognac with a touch of citrus. But is it fit for a Prince?
A rift on the classic Rusty Nail using cachaça as the main base spirit with a hint of Scotch maintaining its lineage to the Drambuie Nail family.
A Chartreuse influenced riff on the classic Rusty Nail.
A riff on the Rusty Nail using Barolo Chinato. Perhaps one for whisky and Negroni fans.
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