Archive: Cocktails

The Redhead

This cocktail combines Clynelish 14 year old single malt scotch with Campari, Lillet Blanc, and a touch of orange marmalade.

Stone Soup

Need a 40-serving Scotch cocktail? Try this punch by Eamon Rockey of Betony in New York City.


The modern classic Scotch cocktail that’s beloved by bartenders and drinkers alike was first created by Sam Ross of Milk & Honey in New York City.

Dunyvaig Flip

Break out the Lagavulin 16 year old for this complex cocktail.

Alpine Skyline

This fruity and savory drink pays homage to the Manhattan using tea, honey, and cherry gastrique.


This rye whiskey cocktail also incorporates wine, cognac, and cinnamon.

Colorado Toddy

Make whiskey even more warming with hot tea, lemon, and honey.

Western Cider

Put a Wild West spin on your next hot toddy with rye.