Let's get right into it. Three recipes discovered from the archives, plus my take on it. Use these simple recipes to warm your soul and keep the liquor cabinet well stocked.
Jack Knife (shot)
3/4 oz Jack Daniel's Whiskey
3/4 oz Bailey's Irish Cream
+ Easy match.
+ Warm, creamy, slight burn. Good stuff.
Warm Woolly Sheep (shooter)
1.5 oz Scotch Whiskey
1.5 oz Drambuie
Fill the glass with warm milk (approx. 2-3 oz)
+ A throwback to english teas and many a nightcap, the warm milk elevates the dram well.
+ Scotch and Dram always go well together.
Scottish Jersey (drink)
1.5 oz Dewer's Scotch Whiskey
Pour into some fresh hot chocolate
+ Not like it's hard to make hot chocolate boozy. This is good. That is all.
Den Original - The Longknife (shot+)
My take on the Jack Knife doesn't add much, but what it adds makes it something just for me.
1/2 oz Jack Honey
1/2 oz Bailey's
1/2 oz Wild Turkey American Honey liqueur
1/4 oz Drambuie
+ I like my whiskey with honey, so the double tap of Jack and Wild mixes well.
+ Bailey's is always a win.
+ The Drambuie just smoothes it all out.
Shoot well. Never straight.
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