Our Whisky Cocktail Box features four of the UK's top whisky-based cocktails. With a cocktail menu and How To
it makes the cocktail making easy, but the sipping a lot of fun.
Cocktails in this box:
Irish Coffee (x2)
50ml Black Bottle Whisky
50ml Jack Daniel's Old No.7 Tennessee Whiskey
50ml Black Bush Bushmills Irish Whisky
50ml Four Roses Yellow Label Bourbon
50ml Campari Liqueur
50ml Sweet Vermouth
50ml Baileys Irish Cream Liqueur
60ml Sugar Syrup
3.5ml Angostura Bitters
The Whisky Cocktail Box contains approx. 12 units of alcohol.
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Included in the box is our guide for how to perfect each of these whisky cocktails:
The daddy of all cocktails, based on the original cocktail mix of spirit, sugar, water and bitters you can’t get more classic than this. Smoky and spiced notes with hint of chocolate finished off with a fresh orange twist.
The name stems from a time when American whisky lovers didn’t want the ‘fancy cocktails’ that were being created in the late 19th century instead they demanded their bartenders to make them ‘an old fashioned whisky cocktail’.
Like many cocktails there are stories that stake a claim for the origin of the Manhattan cocktail, even one involving Lady Randolph Churchill. Yes mother of Winston.
The story goes that The Manhattan Cocktail was created to honour her presence at a banquet in Manhattan in November 1874. However, it was since discovered that Lady Churchill was heavily pregnant with Winston that very month and so couldn’t have possibly been in New York at the same time!
This cocktail combines the oaky notes of whisky with sweet vermouth and a dash of aromatic bitters…for an added note of luxury garnish with a maraschino cherry (or three).
Often described as the long lost cousin of the Negroni this cocktail is a lovely whisky twist of the classic gin cocktail.
This cocktail is rich and intriguing and was created by Scottish cocktail wizard Harry McElhone at his Harry’s New York Bar in Paris. Made for his one of his VIP customers Erskine Gwynne a socialite and editor of the magazine ‘The Boulevardier’.
Proof that coffee in a cocktail isn’t just reserved for the Espresso Martini we are proud to share with you this classic ‘hot’ cocktail from the 1940s.
Created by bartender Joe Sheridan whilst working at Foynes Port, Ireland by simply adding a dram of Irish Whisky to black coffee and served to a group American passengers disembarking from Pan Am flight to warm them up one cold winters evening. When asked if they were drinking Brazilian Coffee, Sheridan quickly responded “It’s an Irish coffee”.
We’ve added some extra sweetness of Irish Cream with the Baileys in our version. To be extra indulgent we suggest topping with whipped cream as well. Sláinte!