Highland Games

1 12 oz Scotch, Oban
1 oz Sherry, Lustau Pedro Ximenez ("Murillo" Centenary)
1 oz Aromatized wine, Cocchi Americano
34 oz Lemon juice
1   Egg white
1 pn Orange peel (dried, freshly ground, as garnish)
Instructions
Dry shake, shake, strain, coupe, sprinkle garnish
History
Finalist, 2010 Vinos de Jerez Cocktail Competition.
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2 Comments

Well, the original recipe

Well, the original recipe calls for Cocchi Americano instead of Lillet Blanc. I think the swap I'd prefer to make would be to a sweeter malt as this mostly has me thinking "grilled lemons."

Kindred Cocktails's picture

Thanks for pointing this out.

Thanks for pointing this out. I curated the cocktail to improve the source reference and attribution, and better reflect the original ingredients. I adjusted the lemonn from 1/2 to 3/4 oz, since the recipe calls for a 1/2 lemon. I adjusted the Scotch from Highland Park 12 to the specified Oban 14. Sounds quite good.