Rich & Restless
60 ml Scotch Whiskey
Pineapple — Parsley oleo — 30 ml
Lemon Juice — 15 ml
Paprika salt — to rim
Shake all ingredients over ice, strain in a coupe
Pineapple, parsley oleo: 2 Big chopped pineapples, 500gm sugar, 50-gram parsley
Keep overnight in a covered jar.
Paprika salt — 1:1 of sweet paprika and salt
Tropical Green Apple
60 ml American Whiskey
22.5 ml Green Apple Syrup
15 ml Fresh Lemon Juice
2 sprigs of thyme
Soda to top
Pour in a shaker, muddle thyme a little and shake over ice.
Strain into a high ball glass with ice and top up with soda.
Garnish with a thyme twig and dehydrated apple
60ml Scotch Whiskey
Orange juice or marmalade– 2 spoons
20ml Lime juice
Clarified with 30 ml Milk
Shiraz wine float
Combine all the ingredients except wine, then put the mixture of monkey, jam and lime into the milk so that it curdles.
Clarify the mixture using a coffee filter and then batch the mixture.
Pour the mixture in an old-fashioned glass over a block of ice.
Pour red wine over the top to float.
Monkey Shoulder is a versatile, fun-loving, and free-spirited scotch whiskey. It is the ideal 100 per cent malt whiskey for combining due to its richness and vitality, fruity smells, and subtle vanilla undertones. It can be sipped neat, on the rocks, or in various cocktail concoctions. In Mumbai, Monkey Shoulder costs Rs 6,050 for 700 ml and is sold all over the nation.
Since its invention sometime in the 19th century, the Martini has slinked across our collective imagination in literature, cinema and song. Here we meet the flavours of gin in a primal pure form. This classic of classic cocktails.
7ml Dry Vermouth
Stir vermouth and Gin over ice cubes in a mixing glass
Strain into a martini glass
Garnish with a cucumber slice