"Penicillin | Crafted Pour"

"This cocktail is typically made with an Islay Scotch, In our recipe we used our Three Shores World Whiskey in addition to an in-house collaboration with Woodshop BBQ in Seattle. Using smoked malt courtesy of woodshop bbq we aged a single malt whiskey in bourbon barrels for 3+ years. Using a peated whiskey or smoked bourbon leaves out any undesirable medicinal adhesive flavors associated with Islay Scotches. If you can't rent a barrel aging house for half a decade to craft your own smoked single malt whiskey... Store bought is fine. The Result is a beautifully subtle, smoky, spicy, sweet, whiskey cocktail.", "undefined", "Penicillin",

"Ingredients"

Penicillin By , May 8, 2009 This cocktail is typically made with an Islay Scotch, In our recipe we used our Three Shores World Whiskey in addition to an in-house collaboration with Woodshop BBQ in Seattle. Using smoked malt courtesy of woodshop bbq we aged a single malt whiskey in bourbon barrels for 3+ years. Using a peated whiskey or smoked bourbon leaves out any undesirable medicinal adhesive flavors associated with Islay Scotches. If you can't rent a barrel aging house for half a decade to craft your own smoked single malt whiskey... Store bought is fine. The Result is a beautifully subtle, smoky, spicy, sweet, whiskey cocktail. This cocktail is typically made with an Islay Scotch, In our recipe we used our Three Shores World Whiskey in addition to an in-house collaboration with Woodshop BBQ in Seattle. Using smoked malt courtesy of woodshop bbq we aged a single malt whiskey in bourbon barrels for 3+ years. Using a peated whiskey or smoked bourbon leaves out any undesirable medicinal adhesive flavors associated with Islay Scotches. If you can't rent a barrel aging house for half a decade to craft your own smoked single malt whiskey... Store bought is fine. The Result is a beautifully subtle, smoky, spicy, sweet, whiskey cocktail. Ingredients: - Three Shores White Label - Lightly Peated Scotch Or Smoked Whiskey Instructions: For the Honey Ginger Simple a 1:2 Honey to water Ration is best so its not overly sweet. I like to boil water with a kettle and pour that in with the honey and a few cubes of fresh ginger. Stir till the honey dissolves and let it steep till fragrant usually only a couple minutes. Strain the ginger out and let cool to room temp. Then just shake all ingredients together till frosty and strain into a rocks glass with a large ice cube. Press some ginger slices into sugar and torch till the sugar has browned and caramelized. That's your garnish! Lemon peel works also. Sweet,Shaken,Essentials