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Special offer! FREE bottle of Honey Ginger Syrup with this purchase. Limited quantities available.
Combined with Honey Ginger Syrup and fresh lemon juice, Great King Street Glasgow Blend makes the perfect Penicillin cocktail - a sweet and spicy riff on the classic whisky sour.
The high single malt content of Great King Street whiskies delivers astonishing flavour and complexity, while maintaining the versatility of a Blended Scotch Whisky. In his 1930s book ‘Whisky’, Aeneas McDonald teaches us that Glaswegians historically preferred fuller bodied and more flavour-packed whiskies than people in other parts of the world. So what better name for a whisky such as this? Full, rich and smoky on the palate, with notes of baking spices and sherry wine notes. Perfect for drinking neat, with a splash of water or with ice. You can also enjoy Glasgow Blend with soda water as a classic Highball, or in all manner of cocktails.
In 2005 bartender Sam Ross created the contemporary Scotch cocktail The Penicillin, using Compass Box whiskies. Today, we want as many people as possible to try it - that's why we've developed our very own Honey-Ginger Syrup, which takes the hard work out of creating the perfect Penicillin.
Typically requiring hours of juicing, blending and infusing to create, Honey-Ginger Syrup is the key ingredient in the classic Penicillin. Our recipe is true to Sam Ross' original and takes the labor out of this delicious cocktail. Each bottle contains half of a pound of organic Peruvian ginger, New Hampshire clover honey, water and cane sugar.
Includes: One (750ml) bottle of Compass Box Great King Street Glasgow Blend and one (375ml) bottle of Compass Box Honey Ginger Syrup
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