THE Trinity Collins
A Summer easy-going cocktail, long and refreshing this drink is a great addition to the summer portfolio, this drink is easily replicated in most bars.
- 40ml Lambay SBB
- 10ml Aperol
- 10ml Creme De Peche
- 30ml Lemon
- 15ml Sugar
- top soda water
- Lemon Slice
Add all the ingredients of the cocktail, except the club soda, into a highball glass. Add ice and stir well for 30 seconds. Add ice again and top with 3 parts of soda water. Garnish with a lemon slice.
THE The Lambay Whiskey Sour
Another simple yet classic twist on an old reliable for those magical Lambay moments, Lambay Small Batch Blend adds a tender sweetness to this cocktail.
- 50ml Lambay Whiskey
- 25ml Fresh Lemon
- 15ml Sugar Syrup
- 15ml Egg White
- Orange Bitters
Dry shake all ingredients without ice first. Add ice and shake all ingredients again into an ice-filled rocks glass. Garnish: Edible flowers.
THE The Bone Shaker
Oh yes, it’s that spooky time of year again, it’s Halloween, and the one day of the year when adults get away with acting like weirdos and needing most likely a good dose of liquid courage to don the costume of the century for that wicked friend's party? If you dare to venture out to a bar on Halloween, then good luck to you! For the home ghouls, we advise mixing up something sinister (and delicious!) at home. So, whether you have a day time party or an evening ghoul fest, why not try to make this at home?
- 40ml Lambay Small Batch Blend
- 10ml Cointreau
- 40ml Cloudy Apple Juice
- 40ml Lemon Juice
- 40ml Autumn Spiced Syrup
- 2 dashes Spiced Aromatic Bitters
For the Autumn Spiced Syrup: Add 125ml of water to a pan and bring to the boil, turn off the heat and add 125gr of sugar, 1 stick of cinnamon, 1 cardamom pod, 2 cloves, 3 grates of nutmeg and half teaspoon of ground allspice. Stir for 5 mins until sugar is dissolved and the flavour is infused into the syrup. Strain, cool, and bottle. For the drink: Combine all ingredients in a cocktail shaker. Fill shaker with ice, cover, and shake vigorously until outside of shaker is chilled, this should take, about 15 seconds. Strain cocktail through a strainer into a rocks glass filled with ice. Garnish with grated your scariest treats and serve.
So you’ve had a hearty meal and need the perfect digestif, then this elegant Apricotini is the ideal pairing. A delightful sophisticated cocktail for after-dinner to get the taste buds going.
- 40ml Lambay Whiskey Single Malt
- 20ml Antica Formula
- 10ml Apricot Brandy
- Barspoon Dry Vermouth
- Barspoon Cynar
- 2 Dashes Black Lemon Bitters
Add ice into a martini glass and set to one side. In a stirring glass add all ingredients and ice. Stir liquid for 15 seconds until diluted. Remove ice from martini glass and strain stirred liquid in. Garnish with dehydrated apricot.
THE Sirens Call
Bubbles bubbles and fizz! We love celebrating the festive season and so will you with this chic Lambay Whiskey & Prosecco glass of delight!
- Lambay Whiskey Single Malt
- Peach liqueur
- Prosecco ( DRY)
In a champagne flute add Lambay Single Malt and Peach Liqueur, top with Prosecco and stir gently to mix up ingredients. Express lemon zest on top and discard.
THE Lambay Hot Choc
Some cold days in winter can be eased very quickly with this sumptuous seasonal winter warmer: a hot chocolate with a twist of Lambay Whiskey Single Malt. You’ll need a blanket and a good movie for this one!
- 1 ½ oz Lambay Whiskey Single Malt
- Organic Dark Hot Chocolate Powder
- Dark Chocolate or Dark Sea-Salt Chocolate
- One Cup of Hot Skimmed Milk
- One Dash Orange Bitters/Vanilla
- 1 Teaspoon Demerara Sugar (optional)
- Grated Nutmeg
- Fresh Cream
Add 1 tablespoon of drinking chocolate to a heated glass and pour over the hot milk 3/4 quarters full and stir. Pour one measure of Lambay Single Malt into the glass. Add one dash of orange liqueur (or vanilla). Add one tablespoon of brown sugar and stir. Layer a spoon of fresh whipped cream on top over a spoon and sprinkle with grated dark chocolate shavings and nutmeg.
THE Lambay Side-Car
Named after the motorcycle attachment from World War 1, this is a cocktail usually cognac based, but we have twisted it up Lambay style. As a result, our Lambay Side-Car has a delicate yet sophisticated take on the classic.
- 40ml Lambay Whiskey Single Malt
- 10ml Grand Marnier
- 10ml Amaro Montenegro
- 30ml Lemon Juice
- 10ml Sugar Syrup
- Garnish with Orange Zest
Chill coupe glass and prepare all ingredients in a shaker. Once all ingredients are in the shaker, add ice and shake hard for 10-15 seconds. When shaken, empty ice out of the martini glass and double strain the cocktail into the glass using a fine strainer. Squeeze the orange zest over the cocktail and leave in the drink and serve.