Whisky & Champagne Cocktails
25th January 2019
Whisky and Champagne Cocktails
Champagne Faniel et Fils Oriane
A Gold Medal Winners in the Meditation category in The World’s Finest Glass of Bubbly Awards
Tasting Notes: “Citrus and yellow apples on the nose. Lemon zest, ripe grapefruit and a dry length in the palate.” Click For Full Review.
Scottish single malt brand anCnoc
The Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky anCnoc has been produced since 1894 at Knockdhu Distillery
Tasting Notes: “A soft Whisky, with notes of Lemon and Honey, You don’t get as big of a kick when drinking this Whisky, it’s ideal for anyone just getting into Whisky.”
On January 25th, people around the world celebrate the birthday of Scotland’s most revered poet, Robert Burns. Paying homage to his memory with a series of boozy toasts, single malt whisky has forever been the drink of choice to commemorate the anniversary of Scotland’s most famous son.
We paired Champagne Faniel et Fils and anCnoc together with some other cocktail ingredients to create three different cocktails to enjoy!
First Cocktail: Champagne, Whisky and Chambord
Second Cocktail: Champagne, Whisky, Maple Syrup and Lemon Juice
Third Cocktail: Champagne, Whisky and Orange Juice
First Cocktail Tasting Notes: “Easy to drink Cocktail with each of the three ingredients expressing themselves, a fairly quick fade in the palate.”
Second Cocktail Tasting Notes: “I get a warm taste feeling with this cocktail, initial Whisky burst followed by crisp Champagne flavours softened by the Maple Syrup.”
Third Cocktail Tasting Notes: “The sharp orange flavours hit the mouth first with the anCnoc and Champagne spectating in the background.”
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