The zesty Spicy Whisky Caesar makes the heart get set for a serious flavour overload.
To make one cocktail, rim a highball glass with lemon wedge, then a mix of celery salt and paprika (if using). Fill the glass 3/4th with ice. Squeeze the juice from lemon wedge. Pour whisky, hot sauce, and Worcestershire sauce. Top up with Clamato. Stir to mix, then chill. Garnish with lemon wheel and pickle.
Mixologists have changed the way we look at whiskey. Bar keeps are adding unusual flavor combinations, we’d likely not considered before. Though connoisseurs prefer a more traditional glass of whiskey, sampling some of these amazing whiskey drinks can open the door to exciting new flavors.
Perhaps it’s fitting that a cocktail be named after Scotland’s national poet – Robert Burns. After all, Scotch is arguably the country’s most significant contribution to the world. Needless to say, Auld Lang Syne is sung with full throated ease whenever friends meet after a long time over a bottle of the finest malt.
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.