End the ‘Dry Day’ blues with your own cocktails using Grant’s Whiskey

End the ‘Dry Day’ blues with your own cocktails using Grant’s Whiskey

If you are the few affected by the long weekend staring with a dry-day, here’s some quick and easy recipes to end the blues; courtesy Grant’s Whiskey because they believe in going ahead with the celebration spirit and what better way to it than with a kick-ass cocktail or a shot of the best whiskey if you’re feeling adventurous!

It’s the best thing about winters – Orange and Whiskey. Grant’s Blood and Sand Whisky Cocktail uses the perfect combination to make a refreshing glass.

Ingredients

50ml Grant’s Family Reserve
50ml Orange Juice
45ml Sweet Vermouth

Instructions

Add Whisky, Orange Juice and sweet vermouth to a shaker.
Add in a spoon of juice from the Maraschino cherry jar.
Strain and garnish with a Maraschino cherry.
Key to your drink: https://grantswhisky.com/en/our-cocktails/grants-blood-and-sand/

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Grant’s and Ginger Whisky Cocktail lets you woo your taste buds with the relishing flavor of your favorite whiskey and ginger ale.

Ingredients

50ml Grant’s Family Reserve
150ml Ginger Ale
1/2 Lime

Instruction

Add the whisky into an ice filled glass.
Top with ginger ale, and squeeze half a lime.
Garnish with lime wedge.
Key to your drink: https://grantswhisky.com/en/our-cocktails/grants/

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Grant’s Old Fashioned Whisky Cocktail – The Old School favorite – give your tongue a twist and introduce it to the cocktail world.

Ingredients

50ml Grant’s Family Reserve
One sugar cube soaked in bitters
Orange peel for garnish

Instructions

Soak sugar cube with bitters, add to a mixing glass and muddle.
Add ice followed by half of the whisky & stir.
Repeat and strain into glass over a single ice cube.
Key to your drink- https://grantswhisky.com/en/our-cocktails/grants-old-fashioned/

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Recipe(s) courtesy Grant’s Whiskey

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