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Posted: 12-Mar-2005, 10:59 PM
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I borrowed these Scottish Drink recipes from another site:

Traditional Scottish Recipes
- Drambuie Cocktails

Some people might say that Drambuie on its own is the perfect drink but others feel it necessary to add other flavours to the recipe (said to have given by Bonnie Prince Charlie to members of the Mackinnon clan who helped him to escape after the defeat at Culloden in 1746). So here are a number of cocktails which include Drambuie.

Don't be too concerned about "centilitres" or "millilitres" or "tablespoons" - just use the same measures for each liquid ingredient.



Aftershock
Ingredients:
5 cl Drambuie
5 cl Malibu rum
5 cl Cherry brandy
10 cl Lemonade
Just pour the ingredients into a glass and stir.

Black Tartan
Ingredients:
1 part Johnnie Walker Black whisky
1 part Irish whisky
1 part Drambuie
1 1/2 part Kahlua
Shake with ice and strain over ice. Christmas Pudding
Ingredients:
100 ml Southern Comfort
100 ml Drambuie
500 ml Guinness stout
Add Southern Comfort and then Drambuie in a large goblet. Top up with draught or chilled Guinness.

Cumulus #1
Ingredients:
3 cl Drambuie
1.5 cl Tia maria
1 cl Cream
1 Egg yolk
2 teaspoons sugar
Shake well with ice. Serve in frosted glass and sprinkle with powdered coffee or nutmeg.

Dancing Leprechaun
Ingredients:
1 1/2 oz Irish whisky
3/4 oz Drambuie
3/4 oz Lemon juice
Ginger ale
Twist of Lemon peel
Shake with ice. Strain into glass with ice cubes. Add a twist of lemon.

Jack Frost
Ingredients:
2 tblsp Jack Daniels
1 tblsp Drambuie
1 dash Grenadine
1/4 cup Sweet and sour mix
1/4 cup Orange juice
Combine all the ingredients over ice in a glass.

Kiltlifter
Ingredients:
1.5 oz single malt Scotch
1.0 oz Drambuie or Glayva
2.5 oz Rose's Lime Juice
Shake gently and pour over ice in old fashioned glass.

Loch Lomond
Ingredients:
2 oz Scotch whisky
1/2 oz Drambuie
1/2 oz Dry Vermouth
1 twist of Lemon peel
In a mixing glass half-filled with ice cubes, combine the Scotch, Drambuie, and vermouth. Stir well. Strain into a cocktail glass. Garnish with the twist of lemon peel.

Suitor
Ingredients:
1 cl Drambuie
1 cl Orange liqueur (such as Gran Marnier)
1 cl Bailey's irish cream
2/3 cl Milk
Pour in order.

Umbrella Man Special
Ingredients:
6 cl Vodka
6 cl Kahlua
6 cl Bailey's irish cream
6 cl Grand Marnier
6 cl Drambuie
Mix all ingredients in a shaker. Serve with straw and ice cubes and put a cocktail umbrella beside the straw in the glass.

Warm Woolly Sheep
Ingredients:
1 measure Scotch whisky
1 1/2 measure Drambuie
Fill with warm Milk
Mix Scotch and Drambuie, top with warm milk.




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"Bump" would be the least of it, once I try all of these! What fun -- it's going to be a nice holiday season after all. smile.gif
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A Perfect Margarita

Ingredients

* 1 fluid ounce premium tequila
* 3/4 fluid ounce brandy-based orange liqueur (such as Grand Marnier®)
* 3/4 fluid ounce cointreau
* 3/4 fluid ounce simple syrup
* 1 fluid ounce raspberry flavored liqueur
* 1 lime, juiced
* 1/2 cup sweet and sour mix

Directions

1. Salt the rims of 2 large margarita glasses. To do so, pour salt onto a small plate, moisten the rims of the glasses on a damp towel and press them into the salt.
2. In a cocktail mixer 3/4 full of ice, combine tequila, Grand Marnier, cointreau, simple syrup, raspberry liqueur and lime juice. Pour in sweet and sour until ice is covered. Shake vigorously and strain into glass.



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QUOTE (Shadows @ 12-Mar-2005, 11:59 PM)
I borrowed these Scottish Drink recipes from another site:

Traditional Scottish Recipes
- Drambuie Cocktails

Some people might say that Drambuie on its own is the perfect drink but others feel it necessary to add other flavours to the recipe (said to have given by Bonnie Prince Charlie to members of the Mackinnon clan who helped him to escape after the defeat at Culloden in 1746). So here are a number of cocktails which include Drambuie.

Don't be too concerned about "centilitres" or "millilitres" or "tablespoons" - just use the same measures for each liquid ingredient.



Aftershock
Ingredients:
5 cl Drambuie
5 cl Malibu rum
5 cl Cherry brandy
10 cl Lemonade
Just pour the ingredients into a glass and stir.

Black Tartan
Ingredients:
1 part Johnnie Walker Black whisky
1 part Irish whisky
1 part Drambuie
1 1/2 part Kahlua
Shake with ice and strain over ice. Christmas Pudding
Ingredients:
100 ml Southern Comfort
100 ml Drambuie
500 ml Guinness stout
Add Southern Comfort and then Drambuie in a large goblet. Top up with draught or chilled Guinness.

Cumulus #1
Ingredients:
3 cl Drambuie
1.5 cl Tia maria
1 cl Cream
1 Egg yolk
2 teaspoons sugar
Shake well with ice. Serve in frosted glass and sprinkle with powdered coffee or nutmeg.

Dancing Leprechaun
Ingredients:
1 1/2 oz Irish whisky
3/4 oz Drambuie
3/4 oz Lemon juice
Ginger ale
Twist of Lemon peel
Shake with ice. Strain into glass with ice cubes. Add a twist of lemon.

Jack Frost
Ingredients:
2 tblsp Jack Daniels
1 tblsp Drambuie
1 dash Grenadine
1/4 cup Sweet and sour mix
1/4 cup Orange juice
Combine all the ingredients over ice in a glass.

Kiltlifter
Ingredients:
1.5 oz single malt Scotch
1.0 oz Drambuie or Glayva
2.5 oz Rose's Lime Juice
Shake gently and pour over ice in old fashioned glass.

Loch Lomond
Ingredients:
2 oz Scotch whisky
1/2 oz Drambuie
1/2 oz Dry Vermouth
1 twist of Lemon peel
In a mixing glass half-filled with ice cubes, combine the Scotch, Drambuie, and vermouth. Stir well. Strain into a cocktail glass. Garnish with the twist of lemon peel.

Suitor
Ingredients:
1 cl Drambuie
1 cl Orange liqueur (such as Gran Marnier)
1 cl Bailey's irish cream
2/3 cl Milk
Pour in order.

Umbrella Man Special
Ingredients:
6 cl Vodka
6 cl Kahlua
6 cl Bailey's irish cream
6 cl Grand Marnier
6 cl Drambuie
Mix all ingredients in a shaker. Serve with straw and ice cubes and put a cocktail umbrella beside the straw in the glass.

Warm Woolly Sheep
Ingredients:
1 measure Scotch whisky
1 1/2 measure Drambuie
Fill with warm Milk
Mix Scotch and Drambuie, top with warm milk.

I found that nothing settles the stomach after a heavy meal of Prime Rib or a Fillet and having also eaten a bit too much, than to end the meal with a double shot of Drambuie!

Unfortunately all of the above have ended for me.

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