If you replace the brandy in a champagne cocktail with Scotch whisky, you make a Scotch Royale. If you replace the scotch with Irish whiskey, that makes it Irish Royale. Slainte.
Place a sugar cube in the bottom of a champagne flute and douse it with a good couple of dashes of Angostura bitters. Add 45ml Jameson’s Irish whiskey, and top it up with cold, cold champagne. Some people chill the whisky by stirring it in a mixing glass over ice before they strain it into the flute. This takes a little edge of its alcohol. So, really, it’s up to you.
Did you know that popularity of whisky among the French has overtaken the cognac? The French love to try out the new and having whisky has become très chic! The Parisian love of fine spirits extends beyond their wonderful wines. Evident from current trends, this budding French affair is here to stay.
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