Additionally, to have fun the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee and its many festivities this summer season, Drambuie’s mixologist Freddy Could has created a particular twist on the UK’s trending Espresso Martini cocktail, impressed by Her Majesty’s love of each Drambuie and Scotland.
The Scots Guards Whisky Espresso Martini is a scrumptious celebratory drink that has been named after the long-lasting British Military regiment, who famously guard Buckingham Palace and carry out the Trooping of the Color on the Queen’s official birthday. Freddy suggests pairing it with the wealthy and indulgent Drambuie Chocolate Mousse.
“I used to be shaking and making these cocktails in Edinburgh bars 20 years in the past, throughout The Queen’s Golden Jubilee, and it is a true Scottish twist on Dick Bradsell’s authentic Espresso Martini,” the drink’s creator, mixologist Freddy Could instructed Categorical.co.uk.
“I’ve by no means forgotten how significantly better they tasted to me than the vodka model of the cocktail, and now I’ve up to date the recipe to function Scotland’s most well-known whisky liqueur. I’ve been making scrumptious and fascinating drinks with Drambuie honeyed liqueur for a few years.
“Throughout that point, I’ve come to understand this distinctive spirit comes alive once we embrace its beneficiant butterscotch aromas and wealthy texture. Drambuie is an expensive deal with match for a Jubilee celebration and ideal for sharing with pals and family members.”