Seasonal serves to delight
What we love about a delicious whisky cocktail is that it can be an experience of comfort, or a journey into something completely new.
That’s what makes them so fitting for the holidays – where the joy of being with the people you love meets the excitement of changes to come in the New Year.
This festive season, we’re celebrating with a rich array of compelling whisky characters. So try these serves, and you might just discover a side to them that you never knew existed.
Born out of the Prohibition era, the Boulevardier is a masterful digestif cocktail: warming, spicy, rich and complex.
The Story of the Spaniard Neat
What better way to appreciate The Story of the Spaniard’s Sherry-aged character than serving it straight up in a wine glass?
As a sweet, fragrant and honeyed malt, Orchard House is the perfect base spirit for a Hot Toddy.
Orchard House on the rocks
Pour Orchard House over a large ice cube to enhance the syrupy qualities of this fruit-forward malt.
This Scotch-based alternative to the classic Manhattan is a true celebration of the sweeter things in life.
Simplicity is the finest indulgence. This serve is simple, but decadently delicious.
No Name, No. 3 Neat
Even when playing solo, No Name, No. 3 puts on a show to remember.
Pear and Whisky Highball
A light yet flavoursome serve for those who aren’t afraid to experiment.
Artist Blend on ice
Enjoying Artist Blend over ice allows its fruitier notes and aromas to open up.
Scotch Whisky Sour
Bring some balance to the boisterousness of Glasgow Blend with this sweet, sour and smoky serve. The perfect way to explore this whisky’s depth and versatility.
Glasgow Blend Neat
Sometimes the big, bold characters at the party do just fine on their own. Chill your Glasgow Blend in the freezer before serving to enhance its syrup mouthfeel.
This festive red serve never fails to bring some cheer to the occasion. An invigorating, rich and complex twist on the Boulevardier, a drink from the Prohibition era.
The Spice Tree Neat
The Spice Tree is the perfect whisky for lovable rogues and rulebreakers. So put the recipe book down and enjoy this one neat. Best enjoyed after dinner.
A dangerously delicious twist on the American classic. The sweetness of this serve brings out a softness and grace that lies beneath The Peat Monster’s complex, smoky demeanour.