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Steve the Bartender by Steve The Bartender - 2d ago
Pompier Cocktail Recipe
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The Pompier is a low ABV, easy summer drinking cocktail. The herbal notes of the dry vermouth work harmoniously with the richness of the cassis. Light and refreshing.

Ingredients

  • 45mL Dry Vermouth (1½ oz)
  • 15mL Cassis (½ oz)
  • 60mL Soda (2 oz)

Instructions

  1. Combine all ingredients into a high ball glass
  2. Stir with ice
  3. Garnish with a slice of lemon
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Steve the Bartender by Steve The Bartender - 3d ago
Cynar Negroni Cocktail Recipe
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A simple variation on the classic Negroni - substituting the usual bitter component, Campari, with another Italian amaro, Cynar.

Cynar is a bittersweet, herbal liqueur made with 13 botanicals - one of the prominent being artichoke.

Ingredients

  • 30mL Gin
  • 30mL Cynar (pronounced Chee-nar)
  • 30mL Sweet Vermouth

Instructions

  1. Combine all ingredients into your double old fashioned glass
  2. Stir with ice for approx. 30 seconds
  3. Garnish with a twist of orange
4.4.2.1
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CYNAR NEGRONI - Simple (& Tasty) Negroni Variation! - YouTube

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Steve the Bartender by Steve The Bartender - 5d ago
Coffee Cocktail Cocktail Recipe
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The Coffee Cocktail can be found in Jerry Thomas' infamous Bartender's Manual. It's rich and fruity on the nose with plenty of spice from the freshly grated nutmeg. It tastes somewhat chocolaty with a velvety mouthfeel.

Ingredients

  • 60mL Tawny Port (2 oz)
  • 30mL Cognac / Brandy (1 oz)
  • 15mL Simple Syrup (½ oz)
  • Whole Egg

Instructions

  1. Combine all ingredients into your cocktail shaker
  2. Dry shake (without ice) to emulsify the egg
  3. Wet shake (with ice)
  4. Strain into a chilled, stemmed cocktail glass
  5. Garnish with freshly grated nutmeg
4.4.2.1
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THE COFFEE COCKTAIL - Espresso Martini alternative! - YouTube

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Steve the Bartender by Steve The Bartender - 1w ago
Tipperary Cocktail Recipe
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The Tipperary has been featured in old school cocktail books such as Recipes for Mixed Drinks from 1916, ABC of Mixing Drinks from 1922 and Harry Craddock's Savoy Cocktail Book from 1930. Two of three books call for equal parts but I've opted for an adapted recipe, lowering the Green Chartreuse, making for a more approachable version. Some recipes call for a dash or two of aromatic bitters and an orange twist.

Ingredients

  • 45mL Irish Whiskey
  • 30mL Sweet Vermouth
  • 15mL Green Chartreuse

Instructions

  1. Combine all the ingredients into your mixing glass
  2. Stir with ice for 30-40 seconds
  3. Strain into a chilled coupe glass
  4. Garnish with a maraschino cherry
4.4.2.1
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Steve the Bartender by Steve The Bartender - 1w ago
First Post Cocktail Recipe
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The First Post was created by Alastair Walker whilst serving time at The Everleigh in Melbourne. A unique take on a gin collins with the addition of a woody, herbal and bitter Gentian liqueur and anise notes brought by a few small dashes of absinthe.

Ingredients

  • 45mL Dry Gin (1½ oz)
  • 15mL Suze (Gentian Liqueur) (½ oz)
  • 30mL Fresh Lime Juice (1 oz)
  • 22.5mL Simple Syrup (¾ oz)
  • 2 Dashes of Absinthe
  • Soda (seltzer) to top

Instructions

  1. Combine all ingredients except the soda/seltzer to your cocktail shaker
  2. Shake with ice
  3. Strain over fresh ice into a high ball glass
  4. Top with soda/seltzer
  5. Garnish with a slice or wedge of lime
4.4.2.1
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GIN & ABSINTHE COLLINS? Heck Yes!! - YouTube

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Steve the Bartender by Steve The Bartender - 1w ago
The Mean Fiddler Cocktail Recipe
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The Mean Fiddler is a complex creation from the team at Dead Rabbit in New York City. It combines herbal, sweet, smoky, bitter, spicy and aromatic flavours for a bold cocktail with great depth and intricacy.

Ingredients

  • 30mL Irish Whiskey (1 oz)
  • 22.5mL Green Chartreuse (¾ oz)
  • 22.5mL Sweet Vermouth (¾ oz)
  • 15mL Islay Whisky (½ oz)
  • 15mL Campari (½ oz)
  • 1 Barspoon Cinnamon Syrup
  • 2 Dashes of Angostura Bitters

Instructions

  1. Combine all the ingredients to your mixing glass
  2. Stir for 30-40 seconds
  3. Strain into a chilled stemmed cocktail glass
4.4.2.1
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THE MEAN FIDDLER - Dead Rabbit, NYC Cocktail Recipe - YouTube

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Steve the Bartender by Steve The Bartender - 2w ago
Corpse Reviver No. 1
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The Corpse Reviver No. 1 is featured in Harry Craddock's Savoy Cocktail Book. A secondary recipe, creatively named Corpse Reviver No. 2, is also featured within the book.

Harry advised No. 1 "to be taken before 11am, or whenever steam and energy are needed". In other words, whenever hung over but to be honest, a spirit-forward, cognac/brandy/Calvados cocktail is probably the last thing you will be needing at 10am the morning after a heavy night on the beverages!

Ingredients

  • 45mL Cognac / Brandy (1¾ oz)
  • 22.5mL Calvados (¾ oz)
  • 22.5mL Sweet Vermouth (¾ oz)

Instructions

  1. Combine the ingredients into your mixing glass
  2. Stir with ice for 30-45 seconds
  3. Strain into a chilled coupe glass
  4. Garnish with a twist of lemon
4.4.2.1
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Steve the Bartender by Steve The Bartender - 2w ago
Rob Roy (Scotch Manhattan) Cocktail Recipe
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The Rob Roy is essentially a Scotch Manhattan. It will be a slightly less sweet version of a classic Manhattan. In my case, it displayed sweet, subtle smoke with honeyed fruit on the palate, courtesy of the Pure Scot Whisky.

Ingredients

  • 45mL Scotch Whisky (1½ oz)
  • 22.5mL Sweet Vermouth (¾ oz)
  • 2 Dashes of Angostura Bitters

Instructions

  1. Combine all ingredients into your mixing glass
  2. Stir with ice
  3. Strain into a chilled coupe glass
  4. Garnish with a maraschino cherry
4.4.2.1
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SCOTCH WHISKY COCKTAILS

Here you will find the most popular Scotch whisky cocktails, as voted by my YouTube subscribers (over 2,000 votes received). Watch the video for a step by step guide or scroll down to find printable recipes for each cocktail.

4 MOST POPULAR SCOTCH WHISKY COCKTAILS - YouTube

Bobby Burns
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The Bobby Burns exhibits soft and smooth spice with subtle smoke. Of course, the flavour will alter depending on the Scotch whisky you decide to use.

Ingredients

  • 45mL Blended Scotch Whisky (1½ oz)
  • 45mL Sweet Vermouth (1½ oz)
  • 22.5mL Dom Benedictine (¾ oz)

Instructions

  1. Combine the ingredients into your mixing glass
  2. Stir with ice
  3. Strain into a chilled, stemmed cocktail glass
  4. Garnish with a twist of lemon
4.4.2.1
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Rob Roy (Scotch Manhattan) Cocktail Recipe
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The Rob Roy is essentially a Scotch Manhattan. It will be a slightly less sweet version of a classic Manhattan. In my case, it displayed sweet, subtle smoke with honeyed fruit on the palate, courtesy of the Pure Scot Whisky.

Ingredients

  • 45mL Scotch Whisky (1½ oz)
  • 22.5mL Sweet Vermouth (¾ oz)
  • 2 Dashes of Angostura Bitters

Instructions

  1. Combine all ingredients into your mixing glass
  2. Stir with ice
  3. Strain into a chilled coupe glass
  4. Garnish with a maraschino cherry
4.4.2.1
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Blood & Sand
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The Blood & Sand is yet another cocktail featured in Harry Craddock's Savoy Cocktail Book. There are complex flavours of sweet, fresh orange and cherry that are ideal for all Scotch cocktail fans.

Ingredients

  • 22.5mL Scotch Whisky (¾ oz)
  • 22.5mL Sweet Vermouth (¾ oz)
  • 22.5mL Heering Cherry Liqueur (¾ oz)
  • 22.5mL Fresh Orange Juice (¾ oz)

Instructions

  1. Combine all ingredients to your cocktail shaker
  2. Shake with ice
  3. Strain into a chilled coupe glass
  4. Garnish with a twist of orange
4.4.2.1
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How to make a Rusty Nail
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Drambuie's intriguing spices and honey play an integral role in this simple recipe. Personally I like it a little sweeter so I'm a little more heavy handed with the Drambuie, utilising a 2:1 ratio. If you prefer it less sweet, use a 2:1 (whisky:Drambuie) ratio.

Ingredients

  • 45mL Scotch Whisky (1½ oz)
  • 22.5mL Drambuie (¾ oz)

Instructions

  1. Generously add ice to a double old fashioned glas
  2. Add the Drambuie & Scotch Whisky (in your preferred ratio)
  3. Garnish with a citrus twist
4.4.2.1
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What is your favourite Scotch Whisky cocktail? Comment below..

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Steve the Bartender by Steve The Bartender - 2w ago
Blood & Sand
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The Blood & Sand is yet another cocktail featured in Harry Craddock's Savoy Cocktail Book. There are complex flavours of sweet, fresh orange and cherry that are ideal for all Scotch cocktail fans.

Ingredients

  • 22.5mL Scotch Whisky (¾ oz)
  • 22.5mL Sweet Vermouth (¾ oz)
  • 22.5mL Heering Cherry Liqueur (¾ oz)
  • 22.5mL Fresh Orange Juice (¾ oz)

Instructions

  1. Combine all ingredients to your cocktail shaker
  2. Shake with ice
  3. Strain into a chilled coupe glass
  4. Garnish with a twist of orange
4.4.2.1
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