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Atholl Brose

Forget the porridge and kick start your day with an Atholl Brose. Consider using raw heather honey.

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Galvanised Nail

Scotch and honeyed spice with a hint of apple and elderflower plus a touch of zest lemon freshness.

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Heather Julep

A Scottish twist on the classic bourbon-based Mint Julep.

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The Scott

This golden drink is dry and sophisticated, yet honeyed and approachable.

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Daiquiri Noir

Drambuie adds herbal consistency to this minty fresh aged rum Daiquiri.

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Cajun Nail

A riff on the classic Sazerac.

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Mexican Nail

Very complex with obvious Islay whisky and tequila notes made more interesting with subtle spice and chocolaty notes.

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Tapered Nail

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

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Bobby Burns (Embury's recipe)

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

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Rusty To The Core

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.

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Jack Pot

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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Derniere Minute (Last Minute)

Cognac stirred with rich herbal and heather honey Drambuie, along with aromatised wine. Aromatic bitters add complexity depth.

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Paisley Spritz

The sweet honeyed spice notes of Scottish liqueur combine harmoniously with the gentle acidity of the wine, lengthened and freshened with ginger ale.

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Kingston Club

Pineapple juice with herbal attitude. Fernet contributes almost clove-like flavours to this fruity aperitivo cocktail.

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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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The Tartan

The bittersweet lovechild of the Rob Roy and Rusty Nail.

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Bonnie Prince Charles

Honeyed, spiced cognac with a touch of citrus. But is it fit for a Prince?

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Embassy Royal

An aromatic, herbal and altogether pleasant concoction.

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Mary Queen of Scots

Slightly sweet herbal influenced riff on the Rusty Nail.

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Prince Charlie

Cognac and honey with sweet and sourness in harmony.

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Rusty Nail

The liqueur smooths and wonderfully combines with Scotch whisky. The proportions of Scotch to Drambuie vary wildly and are a matter of taste. However,

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Argha Noah

Delicately spiced, honeyed and sherried aged rum.

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A Daiquiri-style drink with honey, ginger and chilli.

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The Mackinnon

Honeyed rum with herbal and citrus nuances. Perhaps better served on-the-rocks.

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