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Here’s What Canada’s Best Bartender Is Drinking For The Holidays

November 10, 2021

Did you know the recently crowned World’s Best Bartender is Canadian?! It’s true: recently awarded winner of Diageo’s World Class Bartender of the Year international campaign, Edmonton native, James Grant, competed against 50 of the best drink-makers in the world this year and took home gold. Now, he’s sharing some of his must-try holiday cocktails, sure to make your party one to remember. —Vita Daily

Holiday Hot Toddy

As the temperature starts to drop, a hot cocktail is always appreciated. This variation on the classic toddy pairs the fruity profile of Singleton with the richness of spiced pear liqueur, the bitterness of black tea, and the warm combination of cinnamon and lemon juice to create a brilliant effect.

30ml Singleton of Dufftown 12 Year
15ml Spiced Pear Liqueur
60ml Hot Black Tea
15ml Cinnamon Syrup
15ml Fresh Lemon Juice

Warm a teacup with boiling water. Empty the hot water and then, in the warmed teacup, combine all ingredients and stir to combine. Garnish with a stick of cinnamon.

Singleton Shandy

Sometimes, simple is best. The refreshing shandy gets a bit of a facelift with the addition of fresh lemon, ginger and clove notes of velvet falernum, and the richness of Singleton whisky. A crisp top of lager and a little nutmeg bring together this light, refreshing cocktail.

45ml Singleton of Dufftown 12 Year
15ml Velvet Falernum
7.5ml fresh lemon juice

Shake all ingredients briefly with ice and fine strain into an ice-filled Collins glass. Top with 60ml of lager and garnish with freshly grated nutmeg.

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