The Spirit of the Open Glenmorangie have created an Open Championship inspired cocktail which will be showcased at Scotts bar in Troon
Ever wondered what an Old Tom Morris whisky-infused cocktail would taste like?
Well now you can find out.
Glenmorangie is celebrating the ultimate whisky cocktail by launching Old Fashioned Week from 13th – 19th June.
Scotts bar in Troon, Scotland will be showcasing the Old Tom Morris cocktail which is made with Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban whisky infused with some local ingredients including gorse flower from Royal Troon itself!
See how the Old Tom Morris cocktail is made below:
Old Fashioned Week is part of Glenmorangie’s ‘Greatest Finishes’ campaign, as the Spirit of the British Open this year at Royal Troon (taking place from 14th – 17th July).
Glenmorangie is also inviting golf lovers to vote for their favourite Greatest Open finish of all time online at: www.Glenmorangie.com/Golf #GreatestFinishes
A number of different bars throughout the UK will be taking part, where the Spirit of the Open Glenmorangie's extra matured range of whiskies will be showcased.
Each whisky in the range has been aged for 10 years in ex-bourbon casks, then ‘finished’ in different wine casks, giving each dram a totally unique flavour and aroma:
- Lasanta: finished in sherry casks
- Quinta Ruban: finished in Port casks
- Nectar D’Or*: finished in Sauternes wine casks
Some of the UK’s leading bars will be showcasing their bespoke serves for whisky lovers on their menus during the week – inviting you to explore the whisky styles and flavours, mixed with their own unique, fresh ingredients.
Drinks expert and writer Laura Foster has compiled a cocktail lover’s dream – a video diary for Old Fashioned Week to share her tour of some of the bars with the most exciting serves.
From 13th June, go to www.Glenmorangie.com to see Laura’s bar tour - where you can go to enjoy some of these bespoke cocktails and learn how to recreate them at home.
The following bars will be taking part in Old Fashioned Week:
Ace Hotel, London
Happiness Forgets, London
Mr Coopers, Manchester
Angelica, Crafthouse, Leeds
My Hotel, Brighton
Ubiquitous Chip, Glasgow
Boisdale Canary Wharf, London
The Balmoral Bar, Edinburgh
Scotts, Troon (near Glasgow)
Vinothec Compass, London
You can explore Old Fashioned Week from 13th – 19th June at: www.Glenmorangie.com
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