You’ll be creating simple, refreshing cocktails in no time! Vodka, rum, gin, liqueur, or whisky, get inspired by these versatile products, perfect for a summer drink.
1. Moscow Mule
A classic cocktail, the Moscow Mule was created in the United States in the late 1930s. Made of three key ingredients – vodka, ginger beer, and lime juice – this recipe is one of the most popular in the world. Add a few lime and lemon wedges to the glass before serving for maximum freshness. It’s the cocktail of choice for a summer happy hour!
Especially hot out today? How about a cocktail on ice, ready in just a few minutes? The Bangkok is all that and delicious! White rum and ginger soda: this is all you need to make this most refreshing drink. With its perfectly balanced taste and beautiful amber tones, this express drink just screams – or whispers –relaxation.
Exotic destinations, turquoise waters, and white sand beaches may not be on this year’s summer itinerary, so escape with the Fidji cocktail instead. Step out on the balcony or into the yard, sit back on your lounge chair, and sip this rich combination of flavours combining pineapple juice, fresh basil, blue Curaçao, and an exceptional gin. It’s a delicious way to kick back and enjoy your summer vacation... at home!
4. Big apple
If you’re looking for a stronger drink, try this simple cocktail that packs a punch. Easy to improvise, simply mix whisky with apple juice. You’ll be pleasantly surprised to see how these ingredients naturally come together. For an out-of-this-world gourmet experience, serve it with a platter of local cheeses. Simply sublime!
5. Rob Collins
Created in England in the early 19th century, the Tom Collins is one of the oldest cocktails out there. This long drink was originally made from lemon juice, sparkling water, simple syrup, and Old Tom gin – hence the name. Since its creation, mixologists have had fun reinventing it, sometimes with spiced rum, other times with whisky. Our version of the Collins is made with vodka and elderberry liqueur for a most pleasant fruity and floral note!
6. Glenfiddich 14 years, on ice
Granted, fine spirits can do wonders for a cocktail, but there’s nothing like a straight drink on ice to truly appreciate all its properties. Explore the complex, enveloping vanilla, spice, and nut aromas of a quality fine spirit like the Glenfiddich, aged 14 years. This medium-bodied and fruity Scottish whisky is the perfect initiation to the fascinating world of scotch and whisky.