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Whisky cocktails to celebrate Tartan Day Tartan Day Mocktail Competition WinnerBuddies' Tart an Fizz
50 mls of Irn Bru
1 tsp of fresh Coulis (made from Scottish Raspberries and Blackberries)
1 tsp each of lime and blackcurrant cordial slice of Scottish strawberry to garnish.
Pour all ingredients into a container with lid,shake for 30 seconds, open carefully with lid, shake for 30 seconds,open carefully (fizzy) and pour over crushed ice, garnish with slicestrawberry.
Use Martini style cocktail glass or small wine glass.
Whisky cocktails from Glenkinchie Distillery in East LothianGlenkinchie Smash
50ml Glenkinchie single malt whisky
3 pieces lemon
Few sprigs of mint
a dash of sugar syrup
Muddle the lemon, mint and sugar syrup ina tumbler - fill the tumbler with crushed ice add Glenkinchie singlemalt whisky and stir - Add straws (2.2 units of alcohol).
50ml Glenkinchie Single Malt Whisky - This one is known as Winter Old-fashioned
Teaspoon clear honey
40ml Shot clear apple juice
Slice of apple
Muddle into glass the hone, bitters andapple juice until blended. Then add Glenkinchie single malt whisky withice, stirring until glass is thoroughly frosted.
Serve in an old fashioned glass garnished with a slice of apple (2.15 units of alcohol).
Whisky cocktails from Glencadam Distillery in Angus
The Carnoustie Country
A measure of Glencadam 15-year-old Single Highland Malt Whisky Aglug of Chambord (a French liqueur made from black raspberries) Lots oflemonade A few Angus raspberries.
Into a martini glass pour a glug ofChambord, add the Glencadam Whisky, top up with lemonade and drop in acouple of raspberries. Ice is optional.
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