This refreshing Bury the Hatchet whiskey cocktail oozes a bold flavour that you won’t forget. The lemon juice enhances the complex citrus notes of The Sexton Single Malt, while the hint of sugar complements the smooth honey finish of the spirit.
- 50ml The Sexton Single Malt
- 25ml lemon juice
- 12.5ml sugar syrup
- Soda water
- 15ml Pedro Ximénez
Pour the whiskey into a tall glass over cubed ice. Add the lemon juice and sugar syrup. Top with soda water and a Pedro Ximénez float. Garnish with a twist of lemon.
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