Keep it simple and bold
5 cl Grace O’Malley Blended Irish Whiskey
3 cl Verjus
2.5 cl Toffeeliqueur
A pinch of salt
METHOD: Put all ingredients into an ice-filled shaker. Shake and strain into a tumbler.
5 cl Grace O‘Malley Blended Irish Whiskey
1.5 cl Sweet Sherry (e.g. Pedro Ximenez Sherry)
3 cl fresh lime juice
2 dashes of Cocktail Bitters, to make it special: Walnut Bitters
(e.g. Fee Brothers)
Optional: a cocktail cherry as garnish
METHOD: Put all ingredients into an ice-fil- led shaker. Shake and strain into a cocktail coupe or tumbler. This is a variant on the classic whiskey sour, named after Grace O’Malley’s Ship, the White Seahorse.
GLASS: Cocktail coupe or tumbler
5 cl Grace O’Malley Blended Irish Whiskey 1.5 cl Dry white Vermouth (e.g. Noilly Prat) 1,5 cl Sweet red Vermouth (reco: Punt e Mes)
2 dashes of Orange Bitters (e.g. Fee Brothers)
METHOD: Stir the ingredients on ice in a mixing-glass.
Strain into the coupe glass. Wash the orange zest, twist it over the drink and put it in the drink. The Irish version of a Manhattan!
GLASS: Cocktail coupe
4 cl Grace O‘Malley Blended Irish Whiskey
3 cl fresh lemon juice
2 cl sugar syrup
1 fresh egg white or aquafaba
Dry red wine (or 10-year-old Madeira wine)
METHOD: Put all ingredients into an ice-filled shaker. Shake and strain into a sour glass or a prosecco flute.
Carefully float with the red wine or Madeira. This drink gets its name from the visual effect of the red wine / Madeira.
GLASS: Sour glass or procecco flute
7 cl Grace O‘Malley Blended Irish Whiskey 1 tsp Agave syrup 4 Dashes of a classic Cocktail Bitters (e.g. Fee Brothers grapefruit and whiskey barrel-aged bitters)
METHOD: Add ice to tumbler and stir the ingredients.
Garnish with a grapefruit zest, twist the zest over the drink to release the oils and put it in the drink.