Share & Enjoy
In our travels around the world, we are constantly looking out for new ideas for sharing and enjoying Scotch whisky. Given the breadth of styles in the Compass Box collection, we can really embrace all the ways you can use Scotch whisky. Here, we share ideas with you to inspire the next time you’re out with friends, entertaining at home, or just celebrating the end of the day.
Compass Box Coffee Co
Productivity at Compass Box HQ is closely linked to the quality of coffee in our cups, so it was only a matter of time until we created our own blend. This is one for the keen enthusiast - combining the smoky richness of Great King Street Glasgow Blend with the sweetness of Portuguese Mead and the vibrancy of Honduras coffee beans.
Who says Scotch cocktails have to be dark, stirred down drinks?! Try this refreshing summer cocktail made with Asyla, fresh raspberries, mint and lemon juice.
The Penicillin @ Momofuku
The Compass Box Penicillin is a classic on any list. Here, Momofuku’s Bar Director John deBary tells us a little about why they have taken The Penicillin to their heart and how they pair it with their award-winning food menu.
The Unholy Alliance
This unholy alliance of Scotland (the whisky), France (the cask heads) and Italy (the vermouth) is a cousin of the much-loved Negroni cocktail.
The Peat Monster Old Fashioned
The Old Fashioned is said to have first been created at the Pendennis Club in Louisville, Kentucky at the end of the 19th century.
The Classic Mamie Taylor
The Mamie Taylor cocktail was the Gin & Tonic of its day. As unknown as it is today, at the beginning of the 20th century...
Desserts and Whisky
Whiskies are often front of stage when it comes to digestifs but are all-too-often neglected throughout the preceding dessert course.
The Peat Monster Takes Miami
Peat Monster cocktails anyone? Hell yes. We were recently lucky enough to visit 27 Restaurant and Bar in Miami...
Cheese and Whisky
If there is one underappreciated pairing in the world of food and drink, this must surely be it. Whenever we conduct tastings...