This cocktail combines two different styles of scotch with seasonal flavours. The orange liqueur and the cinnamon syrup take the edge off the whisky and add balance.
Wild SpacesNovember 9, 2016 Print
Recipe courtesy of Lot Six
- 1 oz (30 ml) Famous Grouse Whisky
- 1 oz (30 ml) Black Grouse Whisky
- Bar spoon (5 ml) curacao
- Bar Spoon (5 ml) cinnamon syrup
- Angostura aromatic bitters
- orange peel
- orange twist for garnish
- Add all ingredients to mixing glass. Zest a strip of orange over top and drop-in orange.
- Add ice and stir 20-30 seconds.
- Strain over ice into old-fashioned glass.
- Garnish with orange twist and cinnamon stick.
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