Food

All Hail National Scotch Day

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This Sunday, July 27th is an extremely exciting, anticipated holiday for Scotch connoisseurs and fanatics.  All hail National Scotch Day!

Hakkasan New York

For those celebrating National Scotch Day in the city, you are in for an awesome treat.  A prime venue to sip and savor top-notch Scotch on this festive date is Hakkasan New York.  Whether you choose to relish the venue’s scrumptious signature dim-sum brunch, or are craving a divine dinner, Hakkasan’s modern-Cantonese fare pairs ultimately with the venue’s impressive Scotch selection.

 

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A taste of Scotches offered at Hakkasan New York:

  • Exotic Japanese Scotch, Hakushu 12 years (priced at $15/2oz)
  • Traditional Scottish Scotch, Glenfiddich 15 years(priced at $19/2oz)
  • The Balvenie 21 years (priced at $40/2oz).  Splurge on this Scotch and you will certainly not be disappointed!

* A William Grant & Sons-Kind-of Bash

If you’re hosting celebratory festivities of your own on Sunday, William Grant & Sons has you covered with a superb selection of Scotch whiskey.  The Balvenie 15 Year Old Single Barrel Sherry Cask and Glenfiddich Single Malt Scotch Whisky will have eager guests craving more.

William Grant & Sons provided two luscious cocktails to whip up with their Scotch whiskey, including the Blood & Sand and The Apple Ballini:

blood and sand

Blood & Sand

1 part Glenfiddich 15 Year Old Scotch Whisky

1 part Lillet Rouge (or other Sweet Vermouth)

1 part Cherry Herring Liqueur

1 part fresh orange juice

Half-moon slice of orange for garnish

Pour all of the ingredients in a mixing glass and stir together with ice.  Pour the cocktail over ice in a rocks glass.  Garnish the finished product with an orange half-moon slice.

apple ballini

The Apple Ballini

2 parts Balvenie DoubleWood

3 parts fresh, cloudy Fiji apple juice

4 parts brut champagne

Bring all of the ingredients together in a flute.  Gently stir the mixture before serving.

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