Morning Glory Fizz

Screen Shot 2014-06-12 at 12.24.07 PMThis drink was to be consumed early in the morning as a ‘liv-en-er’ enjoyed best when made immediately after the fresh citrus has been squeezed for best effects.

This is for me a Summer Cocktail. I’m always up early. Thanks to the birds and the sun ( when she’s shining) in the bedroom on my face.

Here is a recipe that will bring the summer to you!

Glass: Highball

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Cameronbridge 30 yr

P1210698I received a sample bottle of Cameronbridge 30 Year Old Scottish Whisky from Ursula, my Swedish friend. She know’s what I love! Thank you!

Reading the handwritten label,  It tells me it’s a grain whisky, Single Cask and 51,2%.

I have to admit that I used google to find some information about the distillery and found some that might interest you ( the reader ) as well .

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The challenge of a Glen Garioch Drambassador

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There was a search for 20 Glen Garioch Drambassadors who would love the opportunity to receive and review an exclusive new mystery dram, ahead of release!

Many bloggers have send their interest and 20 Glen Garioch Drambassadors were selected and were informed through mail.

Not long ago I received the package from Glen Garioch with a lovely content. A small bottle of whisky, a small jar of jam and a large piece of dark chocolate. Oh and let’s not forget about the letter with clues.

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Fingerlicking Chocolate & Tongue stroking Whisky

P1210608I received a lovely package with a fingerlicking and tongue stroking content from Bowmore and British chocolatier Montezuma’s.

Bowmore and Montezuma’s have joined together for a special collaboration. The challenge: To discover the answer to an age-old question “if Bowmore was a chocolate bar, what would it taste like?”.

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Are You in the Club?

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Diageo’s new whisky, Haig Club, fronted by the famously teetotal David Beckham, is a bold step by the company and by ‘Goldenballs’ himself. It was reported back in February that Beckham and his manager, Simon Fuller (apparently more enthusiastic about … Continue reading