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.
The Suburban is more of an oddity—dashes of whiskey, rum and port mixed together in an atypical concoction. Most mixology manuscripts, whether classic or contemporary, will give you examples of several drinks that blend rum and brandy; and a few others that mix port and rum. You’ll even find combinations of rum and whiskey. But, all three together?
At a time when spiffy new cocktails are in vogue, revelling in the past is often a welcome change. After all, even the most foamed and smoked, avant-garde cocktail bars also rave over the classics. Why? Because the best of vintage cocktails have been groomed so perfectly over decades that they never become obsolete. Old is gold indeed.
New Orleans is known for quite a few things – Mardi Gras, jazz, and voodoo come to mind the moment you breathe in the city’s briny air. As the last bastion of French colonialism that existed in America, the Crescent City is a cultural melting pot, combining and refining its very own brand of epicurean endeavor.