Bourbon has long formed the backbone of the world’s most popular cocktails. And despite having been seen as less appealing to the tastes of the broader public, the times they have a-changed and Scotch is now also a regular on cocktail menus. Between them, the variety of flavours on offer to the casual mixologist is dizzying.
The articles below should offer a great starter for how to enjoy whisky of all sorts in mixed drinks from the simple highball to more complex recipes.
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Peated whisky can seem like a difficult beast to tame, especially when it comes to mixing. In less-than-deft hands the smokiness can prove overpowering, masking other flavours.