Making The Yarmulzaki – by Joshua Hatton

Cocktail Ingredients

We asked a few well-known spirits/drinks writers to come up with delicious wintry cocktails using our 8 year old blended whisky, and our new cask-aged whisky bitters.

Joshua Hatton

This week we’ve teamed up with Joshua Hatton to bring you the next thrilling instalment in our guest cocktail blog series. Joshua not only writes a superb blog, he is also President and Founder of the Jewish Single Malt Whisky Society based over in the good ol’ US of A. We posted Joshua a bottle of our very own 8 year old blended whisky and a bottle of our brand new and very fine cask-aged whisky bitters.

Add Master of Malt Whisky Bitters

So without further ado…

Making The Yarmulzaki

by Joshua Hatton

My drink is called “The Yarmulzaki” which is a good mix of a yarmulke (the little hat us Jews sometimes wear), a kamakazi and a wee measure of Yamazaki. I got the recipe from a gentleman named James Reichman – he posted it to my JSMWS Facebook page (I think as a joke but I tried it out and it tasted pretty damn good).

I thought that it’d be a great wintry drink – something for Chanukah or, just a warmer upper in the colder weather.

Ingredients

– 2 oz Master of Malt 8yr Blended Whisky

– ¼ oz of Yamazaki 12 year Old (or Puncheon but, 12yr is much preferred)

– ¼ oz of Manischewitz (Concord grape is good but the cherry schewitz is better)

– ½ tsp Triple Sec

– ¼ tsp superfine sugar

– 1-2 dashes Master of Malt Bitters (I suggest 1 dash unless you really want to bitter it up – the MoM stuff is powerful and a little goes a LONG way)

Method

Throw all of the above ingredients into a shaker with ice and shake-shake-shake!!! Wait a minute or two then shake-shake-shake again!

Pour over the biggest ice cube(s) you can get your hands on, into a rocks glass, and add an orange peel garnish to pretty it up.

The Finished Yarmulzaki

Check out Joshua’s Blog here

Or follow him on Twitter: @yossiyitzak @jewmalt

– The Chaps at Master of Malt –

Categories : Cocktails, Whisky

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