SHAKE all ingredients with ice and strain into ice-filled glass.
Orange zest twist (discarded) & rosemary sprig
A refreshing Scotch and port wine nightcap, or perhaps a citrusy whisky aperitif. The Scotch and orange combo puts this drink in the same camp as the classic Blood & Sand.
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POUR first 3 ingredients into glass filled with crushed ice and STIR/SWIZZLE. Lastly, DRIZZLE crème de mûre around surface of drink.
Difford's Fruit Cup No.2 (Scotch based)
POUR all ingredients into glass. Half fill glass with ice. Add a citrus slice and a couple of mint leaves from garnish before filling to brim with ice. Finish with rest of garnish....
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