What can you mix scotch with?

One of the most popular scotch cocktails is the Tom Collins, which is scotch mixed with a small amount of lemon juice and served over ice. A Rob Roy is essentially a Manhattan that includes scotch whiskey instead of rye, mixed with vermouth, accented with bitters and garnished with a cherry. A rusty nail mixes scotch with Drambui and a few drops of bitters. For a blood and sand cocktail, scotch is mixed with freshly squeezed orange juice, cherry liqueur and sweet vermouth. A brogue cocktail includes scotch, Drambuie, lemon juice, honey and lavender syrup. A whiskey sour has scotch, lemon juice, a simple syrup made of water and sugar, and a maraschino cherry garnish. A UK sour adds cinnamon syrup, apricot liqueur and a red wine float to the whiskey sour recipe. A Mamie Taylor consists of scotch mixed with lime juice and ginger ale or ginger beer. The godfather has scotch and almond liqueur. For a rusty screw, mix scotch with orange liqueur and grenadine. A rusty nail substitutes Drambuie for the orange liqueur Source:

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