You’ve noticed whenever there’s a party or if you hear about a fun experience at a pub, where there’s a lot of dance action, good old whiskey young partygoers give it at the back seat. These are always well-known cocktails based on rum or vodka or mock fake tails or special inventions at the bar made spontaneously at the time of order, which are particular favorites today. People have the idea that just sweet alcoholic drinks can give you the extra energy to go another mile or do that extra dance step that can impress that special person. Well, whiskey-based cocktails can also be sweet! In that sense, let me mention a few well-known drinks like Rusty Nail, whiskey sour, and Rob Roy drink.
What is missing here is that whiskey can be as important as a base for cocktails as rum. How many of you there know this fact? Entertainment trends suggest that mixing whiskey with the addition of sweeteners such as sugar or sugar-based syrups to make cocktails is best left as an outrageous concept.
One fact that everyone who has walked this planet and tasted that strange taste of nectar from Scotland will agree with is the modest power of the drink (Scotch). If taken in tasteful measures, this drink can cause the partygoers and, finally, the party itself to a crescendo that few drinks can match and especially so in a relatively tiny volume of time.
Rusty Nail Drink
The subsequent best complaint would be that whiskey tastes best dry. It’s ice-free. Have you ever heard of a drink called ‘Rusty Nail’? Making this drink starts by filling the ice to the brim. Then half an ounce of Drambuie is added with one and a half ounces of whiskey, and finally, as a garnish, lemon peel is added as a beautification to the drink and for flavor. This should not be mistaken for the elderly or a drink from the back seat, so to speak. This is an alcoholic drink that will surely give young yuppies a reason to start experimenting with whiskey and discover the true spirit of fine drink.
Don’t stop there; here are a few more reasons to start appreciating the ‘old man’s drink.’
The Whiskey Sour
The whiskey sour is a trendy drink enjoyed by all classes and masses of all generations. The magical ingredients that go into preparing this popular drink are two ounces of whiskey, whiskey, juice squeezed from half a lemon, one small cherry, half a tablespoon of sugar, and finally, half a slice of lemon.
Rob Roy Drink
The following drink is ideal for a young audience who would like to sip a drink and return to the dance floor as soon as possible. This drink is what you would call a quick fix. Use one ounce of Scotch whiskey and three-quarters of an ounce of vermouth, which is sweet. Now just mix the contents previously mixed with the ice cubes and strain them into a cocktail glass. This is simple and simply called – Rob Roy.