Spiced teas are ideal for a chilly winter evening, but if you want to get truly toasty, a Singleton And Spice should be your go-to beverage. With the simplest infusions, you may add a variety of flavours to your Singleton cocktails by using different spice and sugar combinations. Mulling spices, for instance, are a wonderful addition to The Singleton because the flavours unexpectedly pair nicely with the scotch's barleyiness and smoke. Nutmeg, ginger, or aniseed are a few additional basic spices you could use. Use cayenne, black or white pepper, or even chillies to bring out some spicy or peppery overtones. Additionally popular are warming spices including cinnamon, cardamom, black pepper, clove, and saffron. You can either directly add the spice to the whisky or, for a quicker technique, simply muddle your favourite spices into your cocktail. The latter is utilised in a basic Singleton and spice.
Add all ingredients into a shaker.
Gently muddle the cucumber, mint and spice.
Add Ice and shake until chilled.
Strain into a rocks glass and garnish.
You now have the perfect drink for a cold wintery evening!