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With just a touch of St-Germain alongside Scotch and tawny port, this spirit-forward drink is the final indulgence of the day, complete with the requisite cherry on top.
Blood & Sand, a private cocktail club, offers 10 variations on the classic cocktail for which it is named. This is the most popular version.
No new drink of the twenty-first century has gone further in terms of fame than this complex, spicy, smoky turn on a Whiskey Sour.
The Casualty showcases Byrrh’s versatility as a seasonless spirit in this cold weather-ready cocktail.
Giuseppe Gonzalez contrasts Scotch with spring-ready vegetable juices and that staple of warm weather and lawn parties: Pimm’s.
Apples and spice pair with Scotch in this long and savory cocktail from Portland Hunt + Alpine Club's Andrew Volk.
At Manhattan's Dear Irving, Tom Richter bases his Post Modern on a spirited combination of oft-overlooked sloe gin and Scotch, rinsed with absinthe.
The original Sherry Flip takes its character from oloroso sherry (at least in our version), so, too, does Erick Castro’s breakfast-ready French Toast Flip, which is also fortified with Scotch, applejack brand and maple and allspice syrups.
Brian Silva's overhaul of a classic scotch whisky cocktail is inspired by the structure of a "perfect" cocktail, harnessing the sweet and savory extremes of both dry and sweet vermouth.
Boilermaker's Sam Gauthier goes tiki-Christmas on the Old-Fashioned, in this riff featuring Scotch, pineapple gomme syrup and absinthe.