This winter, let your tastebuds celebrate Christmas with a delicious Scotsman Colada. A beautifully pale cocktail, this special drink is sure to melt your heart and refresh your soul with its exquisite taste and aroma.
Inspired by Ramon’s legendary Piña Colada, this drink comes with the unavoidable elegance of blended Scotch whisky. From making your evenings more exciting to treating a sudden visitor, Scotsman Colada will never let you down. You can pair this cocktail with some spicy seafood for an enhanced experience.
This all-season cocktail is extremely popular during festivals and special occasions. So, what are you waiting for? Try this easy-to-make recipe at home to explore the realm of unique beverages.
Mix your own Scotsman Colada
Combine 60 ml blended Scotch, 22 ml Coco Lopez, 15 ml lemon juice, 1 teaspoon banana liqueur and 4 drops of Kaffir lime tincture in a tin. Shake thoroughly together. Pour the fluid in a snifter and add some ice cubes. Your homemade Scotsman Colada is ready. You may also want to add a pinch of ground mace for a different flavor.
Dim the lights, play some nice music and share this divine delight with your loved one for an unforgettable experience.
You wake up in the morning to strains of the classic “American Pie” by Don McLean playing somewhere and you instantly start singing along. Next thing you know, it already feels like summer and you want to fix a drink. But you don’t want it to be too heavy, just something refreshing to complement your breakfast-- almost like a glass of fresh fruit juice.
The highball is probably one of the most common whisky drinks consumed around the world with the most famous variant being ye olde Scotch and Soda. However, the whisky highball can come in many shades but the most distinguishable feature of this mix is the tall glass of ice! The origin story of this familiar drink, however, has been lost in the meanders of time.
SnöBar, run by Shannon Masjedi, is another such haven of frozen cocktails. Masjedi first started experimenting with the concept when the idea took root one night, while mixing regular drinks. With a range of ice-pops like Cosmopolitan, Mojito and Margarita-- perfect for a lazy summer afternoon, one is spoilt for choice as well.