After the amazing visit at the Macallan Distillery, Mortlach was next on the agenda ..
Johanne Mcinnis came up with a fantastic idea to organize a Bushmills Black Bush Flash Mob on Sint Patricks Day. The point of this Flash Mob is to have as many Whisk(e)y writers, bloggers and vloggers to post about this whiskey on this day.
Burns Night celebrates Scotland’s most famous poet, Robert Burns. The night is designed to be spent with good company, good food and good drink…..
My birthday is way ahead. But I need to share this pie I found! I might make this one for my birthday! A sweet alchohol laced pie with a texture thats a cross between a mousse and a cheesecake. Definitely an adult treat, served with coffee, Irish or or not!
I love grapefruits and whisky, so why not mix those two up! I just can’t wait until the summer. Really, I can see myself, enjoying this cocktail in my garden, with some sunlight for the ambience. Surrounded with birds, butterflies, flowers and some bees … That is the perfect nature cocktail.
The best Irish coffee can be made in your own kitchen! Just use high-quality, freshly ground and brewed beans, and always whip your heavy cream without sugar right before serving….
In Scotland and the rest of Great Britain and Ireland the Scotch Whisky Toddy is commonly referred to simply as a “Hot Toddy”. A very pleasant warming drink on a cold evening, of which there are many in Scotland.
A cup of Gaelic coffee is a very simple, easy-to-make drink with origins that can be traced back to 18th-century Irish pubs…
The combination of whisky, vermouth and absinthe has several aliases. But when bartender George J. Kappeler in 1885 captured the very essence of the drink ‘brain-duster “, it showed a great physiological factors.