Celebrate Burn's Night with these three ways to celebrate whisky. Choose from a twist on a classic whisky cocktail recipe or new sweet baking with whisky recipes - oaty shortbread sandwiches and an indulgent chocolate roulade.
If you’re not a fan of a straight dram, this fruity take on a classic whisky cocktail might change your mind. Putting a new spin on a traditional tipple and make this raspberry whisky sour, simply shake a simple sugar syrup, fresh raspberries, lemon juice, whisky and ice cubes together before straining over ice. Garnish with a few frozen raspberries.
Use up leftover whisky from the festive season with these indulgent whisky caramel oat shortbread sandwiches. The perfect partner for an afternoon cuppa – or a morning coffee break – the delicious whisky-infused oat biscuits are held together with a sticky and indulgent caramel filling.
Enjoy a trio of wintry flavours when you tuck into this decadent pear and whisky chocolate roulade. Layering slices of lightly-spiced poached pears inside a rich, whisky-spiked chocolate sponge, with added lashings of whipped cream, this elegant dessert that provides an opulent finale to mid-winter meals. Plus, if you want to get ahead it can be made up to 24 hours in advance.
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