The formula for a perfectly balanced glass of fall flavor? Smoky Scotch, sweet cider and tart lemon juice.
One of Yael Vengroff’s signature Bar Shift hits, this warmly-spiced coupe is made with Dewar’s White Label, D’ussé Cognac, St-Germain, green cardamom pods, lemon juice and bitters. The addition of aromatic cardamom was inspired by Vengroff’s time spent in Mumbai, India, and a playful green-apple fan provides the finishing touch.
The Cave Creek cocktail is made with New York Distilling Company's Rock & Rye—a bottled combination of rye whiskey, sugar and citrus that was all the rage in the 19th century, when it was made with rock candy.
A little bit of soda helps bring out all of the complex flavors in your favorite Scotch. Get the proportions right to this fizzy combination and you've got an instant classic on your hands that will never go out of style.
Bring together East & West in the form of Scotch whisky and Japanese green tea.
Love Game of Thrones and sophisticated drinks? Try this Scotch cocktail. Winter is coming.
Try this simple but sophisticated Scotch-and-Cynar cocktail.
Scotch is a most unusual base for this fruity cocktail recipe.