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Redefine Your Cocktail Hour

Redefine Your Cocktail Hour With 5 Singleton Plus Two Recipes

The Plus Two method is exactly what it sounds like—you take a helping of Singleton whisky and add two more mixers in equal proportions to create a cocktail of your choosing. Here are some of our favourite picks.

Helan Singh

February 01, 2024

What is ‘Singleton Plus Two’?

What is ‘Singleton Plus Two’?

Described as the 24-carat formula by the whisky ambassador Erwin Trykowski, it essentially involves mixing The Singleton with one still and one sparkling mixer in equal measure.

The Aloha

The Aloha

Put a Hawaiian spin on your whisky cocktail with The Aloha. Perfect for a tiki party or an island-themed gala, serve it in a tiki glass or a coconut shell for that essential island feel. Pour the whisky and pineapple juice into a shaker, blend well, and pour over ice. Add ginger beer for a refreshing Plus Two Aloha experience.

The Mojo

The Mojo

Inspired by the Spanish spirit, create your variant of the mojo by swapping rum with a delectable single malt. Blend red wine and Singleton malt in equal proportions. Pour over ice, add cola, and garnish with a lemon peel for a flavourful Mojo.

The Tropical Plus Two

The Tropical Plus Two

Perfect for a warm summer afternoon, The Tropical is sweet and fizzy, ideal for beating the rising heat. Blend whisky and guava juice, pour over ice, and add grapefruit fizz. Garnish with mint for a burst of freshness.

The Riverside

The Riverside

A quick and easy Plus Two blend, The Riverside combines delightful ingredients for a winning combination. Brew green tea, let it cool, blend with whisky, and pour over ice. Top with ginger ale and garnish with a ginger peel.

The Orchard Plus Two

The Orchard Plus Two

For a sweet and fruity finish that complements the nectar-like and smoky notes of Singleton, try The Orchard. Blend whisky and apple juice, pour over ice, and top with soda water. Garnish with apple or pear slices for a fruity mix.

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