Pour. Stir. Sip. Cherish.
If you’re looking for a reason to toast to whisky, there couldn’t have been a better occasion. It’s International Whisky Day on March 27th and it’s all about enjoying, sharing and celebrating your favourite tipple.
So, raise your glass to these 9 delicious ways to sip on whisky.
1. Salted Caramel Old Fashioned
The warm flavours of salted caramel blended with the smoothness of whisky makes for a perfect sip. Get the recipe here.
2. Ginger Space
A soothing combination of ginger and cucumber with whisky in this cocktail will refresh you in Summer. Get the recipe here.
Go old-school with this whisky-beer cocktail. A shot glass containing whisky is placed inside the beer glass, so you can sip on this invigorating mix. Get the recipe here.
4. Boston Sour
The classic whisky sour becomes a Boston sour when you add egg whites to it. Even with an eggier twist, this drink is just as delish. Get the recipe here.
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5. Rusty Nail
The rusty nail is one of the most popular Scotch cocktails of all time. It is a made with a well-aged Scotch that gives it a sweet and smoky flavour. Get the recipe here.
6. Mint Julep
Need a whisky summer sipper? Try this mint julep that’s refreshingly delicious. Get the recipe here.
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If you like whisky, you must try this cocktail. The Manhattan is one of the world’s most famous whisky cocktails. Get the recipe here.
8. Highland Sling
The Highland Sling is a take on the classic Singapore Sling. But since this is a highland version, it is made from the favourite drink of the highlands— a Scotch whisky. Get the recipe here.
9. Yuletide Mule
This cocktail is the whisky variation of the Moscow Mule. It balances the smoky and rich concoction of whisky with ginger and lemon juice to give you a full-bodied drink to sip on. Get the recipe here.
Looking for more ways to sip on your whisky, check out these 4 classic ways whisky connoisseurs enjoy their drink.
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