Warm Up This Winter With These Whisky Cocktails
Shake off that shiver and warm up from within with these whisky cocktail recipes that we promise will change the way you drink your favourite whisky serves.
Toronto Sugar, herbal spice and everything nice lends themselves to the flavours of rye and the chocolatey notes of Single Malt. Add a dash of bitters and you have a very good(e) Toronto!
Sweet Manhattan As sweet as it is bitter, with an added zest for that extra tang, this drink is a staple for whisky lovers and soon-to-be whisky converts alike.
Brown Derby A simple mix featuring our Single Malt Whisky, grapefruit, and honey.
Single Paddock Whisky Manhattan A mainstay for your cocktail repertoire, this rye malt Manhattan is a rich and rewarding concoction that needs to be drunk to be believed.
Rob Roy/Ned Kelly The Rob Roy is a Manhattan with Scotch. Perhaps with an Australian Single Malt, Ned Kelly is a suitable nickname? Another infamous, albeit more local, outlaw.
Single Malt Whisky Punch A punch is a many-varied cocktail. One of the world’s oldest recorded drinks - it consists of several parts. Spirit, citrus, water, sugar and spices. You can completely experiment here, there are very few rules - you’re trying to achieve balance and deliciousness.
Whisky Sour One of the all-time, if not the all-time greatest cocktail in recorded history. We’re immensely proud of how good our Single Malt Whisky is in a classic sour.
Blasphemy Boulevardier Blasphemy Coffee Whisky lends itself perfectly to this classic boozer. The chocolatey bitterness of coffee is often paired with Campari in cocktails, and Blasphemy brings those big flavours together in this whisky-forward take on the Negroni.
Blasphemy Hot Chocolate The only thing that can make hot chocolate more comforting is alcohol.