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A fine scotch has always been a byword for opulence and sumptuous lifestyle. Scotch, albeit the fact that it is a hard drink to mix, preserves its signature smoky, bittersweet taste in the mix. Here are a few scotch cocktails that reminisce the original characteristic scotch flavours quite tastefully.

Ceasefire

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Ceasefire Scotch and Whisky Cocktail Recipe

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HISTORY OF THE Ceasefire COCKTAIL

Ceasefire is one of the classic Scotch cocktails, which is known for its calming effects. Made with aged Scotch and Brandy, this blend leaves a smoky bitter aftertaste. To lessen the smoky flavour, Cherry Brandy and Dry Vermouth are used. A dash of lime juice adds a slightly tangy flavour to the mix.

Both the spirits used in this mix are easily bendable and seldom require a vigorous shake. You are expected to use a chilled Martini Glass or Margarita Glass to serve this tranquilizing mix. Known for its refreshing and calming effects, Ceasefire exhibits the perfect hand-shakebetween the smooth Monarchical Scotch and brusque Colonial Brandy. This cocktail is popular as an After-Nine drink and is available at several ports or classic bars around the world.

Ceasefire Cocktail Ingredients

    • 60 ml Scotch Whisky
    • 30 ml Cherry Brandy
    • 30 ml Dry Vermouth
    • 10 ml Lemonade

Steps to make a Ceasefire Cocktail

    • This drink is served shaken in a chilled Martini Glass.
    • Fill the shaker with lots of ice and then pour the mentioned amounts of Scotch, Brandy and Vermouth in it.
    • Shake the mix adequately until you get a uniform golden colour.
    • Strain and serve the blend in a chilled Martini Glass.
    • Garnish the cocktail by sliding a piece of lime on the rim and by dropping a cocktail umbrella in the Glass.
    • Some bartenders prefer to rim the Glass with salt.
    • Fine powdered sugar with common salt can also be used to rim the Glass.
    • As the serving is large, some bartenders also use a Margarita Glass.

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