Everyone has a wild streak that they welcome a chance to channel every once in a while. If you are looking for a party tipple that is delicious and easy to make, look no further. The Ruthless packs in a sweet-tart punch, along with just the right dose of whisky to give you that exciting head rush you are craving. To top it off, this cocktail’s recipe is delightfully simple with only three main ingredients. Refreshing at any time of the year, the Ruthless is a no-fuss option you can whip up in large batches if you so please. Just adjust the proportions of this recipe for larger volumes. So go ahead, grab yourself a glass and party away!
Mix your own glass of Ruthless...
Pour in 45ml whiskey, 60ml lychee crush, cranberry juice and a dash of lime juice into a shaker. Shake vigorously until everything is blended well. Strain into cocktail glasses. Garnish each glass with a slice of lemon and a few sprigs of mint. Serve.
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?
Roasted marshmallows, curled up friends, horror stories, and a master mixologist at work- a typical scene at most campfires. Campfire slings are an ideal cocktail for your next camping venture this autumn. This cocktail is a quirky mix of maple syrup, rye whisky and chocolate.
60 ml rye whiskey
8 ml pure maple syrup
There’s nothing more sophisticated than sipping on a glass of a classic Brown Derby cocktail. Invented at the Vendôme bar in Hollywood in 1930, this smooth blend was named after the iconic chain of restaurants in 20th century Los Angeles. These were widely popular back in the day, and stood out for their distinctive ‘derby hat’ shape.