Spicy and smoky, this rich concoction is perfect for rounding off an evening or toasting in Christmas or New Year. The combination of the full bodied Lagavulin, with its gentle yet strong sweetness, and lemon juice gives you the perfectly balance assemblage of sweet and sour. Best paired with aged blue cheeses, Lagavulin’s mighty flavors are delicious with Gorgonzola, Roquefort or Stilton cheese platters.
Glassware: Highball Glass/Wine Glass
- 60ml Lagavulin 16 year-old
- 15ml fresh Ginger Juice
- 20ml Lemon Juice
- 15ml Sugar syrup
- Top with either soda or hot water depending on your taste
Either shake the first four ingredients and strain over ice into a highball glass and top with soda or add the first four ingredients into a wine glass and top with boiling water.
Expert Tip: This drink can be served cold or warm depending on your taste.
Garnish: Grated Nutmeg
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