Are you someone who likes experimenting with cocktail recipes? If yes, you found yourself at the right spot. We all know how the Gin and tonic cocktail is popular across the world. Now imagine adding an unusual twist to the classic gin and tonic cocktail. Sounds interesting, isn't it? In this cocktail recipe, we will replace gin with whisky spirit. The warm flavour profile of whisky makes this variation a good one to sip on.
The Singleton Of Glendullan Single Malt Scotch Whisky is the base spirit used to make this cocktail recipe. It is produced in the distilleries that make the finest single malt whiskies. This spirit has a mellow flavour profile. It imparts the taste of green apple, citrus, and toffee. The Singleton Of Glendullan Single Malt Scotch Whisky is popular among many people. Although many people prefer to drink it neat, the flavorful character of this spirit adds a delightful taste to the cocktail recipe. There are many ways to enjoy this whisky, one such way is mixing it with tonic water.
Tonic water is a carbon-infused drink that is used as a mixer to make cocktails. It has a mild bitter taste, thanks to the ingredients used to make the tonic water. The bitter taste of the tonic water goes well with the light and mellow taste of the Singleton Of Glendullan Single Malt Scotch Whisky. This variation to the classic cocktail recipe is easy to make and is less time-consuming. Make this cocktail recipe at home and enjoy it responsibly!
Grab a Collins glass and fill it with ice.
Use a cocktail jigger or measuring cup to measure the cocktail ingredients required to make this drink. It is very important to measure the right amount of ingredients.
Using the measuring tools pour 50 ml of the Singleton Of Glendullan Single Malt Scotch Whisky into the Collins glass.
Add top-up by pouring 100 ml of tonic water into it.
Using a bar spoon, give the drink a gentle stir to combine the cocktail ingredients.
Garnish with a lemon wedge.