Mixin It Up: The Scottish Fruit Tart & Bruschetta Martini

Mixin It Up: The Scottish Fruit Tart & Bruschetta Martini

Mixin it Up : The Scottish Fruit Tart & Bruschetta Martini

Recently, we featured a story about Achor Distilling and their excellent showing at this years Manhattan Cocktail Classic. Here are a couple more mixed cocktails (The Scottish Fruit Tart & Bruschetta Martini) from that event that helped win over the judges. So get excited, because the Scottish Fruit Tart and Bruschetta Martini will be sure to make you look like a professional mixologist at your next party.

To celebrate the introduction of The Glenrothes into the Anchor portfolio guests were invited to have the first US taste of The Glenrothes 78 as well as the 88 and 95 and many other liqueurs offered neat and shaken and stirred by top New York mixologists, Enzo Cangemi  from Ovest Pizzoteca and Cristina Bini of Lever House, formally White and Church.

Scottish Fruit Tart By Cristina Bini

Scottish Fruit Tart

.75 oz The Glenrothes Select Reserve Single Malt Scotch Whisky

.75 oz Maurin Quina

.75 oz Luxardo Cherry Liqueur

.75 oz orange juice

Add all the ingredients to a shaker and fill with ice. Shake, and strain into a chilled coupe or cocktail glass. Garnish with an orange peel and viola you have a Scottish Fruit Tart.

 

Bruschetta Martini By Cristina Bini

2 oz No.3 London Dry Gin

½ oz Sathenay Creme de Framboise

½ oz lemon juice

¼ oz simple syrup

Basil leaves and cherry tomato confit muddled

Add all the ingredients to a shaker and fill with ice.  Shake, and strain into a martini glass that is rimmed with sweet paprika and garnished with a cherry tomato and basil leaf.

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