Sandeman Royale is best cherished with an orange twist and good company.
Pour out 150 ml of the port and reserve the rest for another use. Add the Scotch to the remaining port in the bottle, seal and shake lightly to combine. Store in the freezer. To serve, pour about 75 ml of the mixture into a chilled cocktail glass and garnish with an orange twist.
Recipe Courtesy: George Sandeman
The cocktail called “Hot Blooded” gets its name from the ingredients it is made from. A bright, fiery crimson, this concoction mainly comprises of hot peppers and blood oranges (and whisky of course), making it a drink with a refreshing bite. The state you are left in after finishing one such drink may also have something to do with its name!
Summer is finally here. While for most part it is fine, few days inevitably leave us beaten.
Seven and Seven (also called 7 and 7 or Seven-Seven) is an astoundingly popular drink. This whiskey highball is pretty similar to Rum and Coke. The drink only has just two main ingredients and similar to mixes like Jack and Coke, it takes its name from the brands used in the blend.