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.
Not all cocktails need exotic elements to be enjoyed in the warm months. Some can be mixed within minutes with ingredients found easily at home. One such gem is the Highland Bramble. Its punchy, fruity, and tarty flavours allure you into a joyful ambience of a warm summer morning in the highlands or countryside.
We came across this whiskey cocktail and immediately thought about sharing it with you guys. The best part about it is its uniqueness. But what is it that makes it unique? It is the exotic combination of whiskey and crème de cassis that does.
Around the late 90s, Manhattan was gaining prominence as a “drinks wasteland.” With little variety, the art of making and inventing cocktails had taken a backseat. A Cosmopolitan was as sophisticated as it could get before the Appletini came along. In a time when men dominated the scene behind the bar, a woman made her way to the forefront and revolutionised the art of making craft cocktails.