FESTIVE COCKTAIL: J&B Hard Seltzer – a Great Christmas Serve

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If you are looking to follow the new trend for 2020, The Hard Seltzer is the cocktail to serve over Christmas and for New Year celebrations. 

J&B Rare has created this festive cocktail which is easy to make at home: The J&B Rare Rhubarb – a festive twist with an unexpected addition:

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In a highball glass build: 50ml J&B Rare, 125ml Apple & Cinnamon Sparkling Water (you can make this by adding sliced apples and cinnamon sticks to a jug of sparkling water and infusing them for an hour or two), 4 dashes of Rhubarb Bitters and 5ml sugar syrup. Garnish with a cherry and stick of cinnamon.

J&B Rare, the sophisticated blended Scotch whisky, is changing perceptions of whisky drinking by championing the latest trend in whisky cocktails the Hard Seltzer, which was a popular drink after Prohibition was repealed in America in 1933. The J&B Rare Hard Seltzer is a long, refreshing drink – the perfect serve for those looking to enjoy a sparkling alternative this festive season.

J&B Rare has been distilled, blended and bottled in Scotland since the 1930s and is a blend of 42 malt and grain whiskies. The heart of J&B Rare is formed from the finest Speyside malts including Knockando, Glen Spey, Auchriosk and Strathmill. The blend is returned to the cask for a further three yearsmaturation which brings together the bold flavours of the single malts, with the lighter grain whiskies adding fullness and depth to the blend. 

RRP: £22.50, ABV: 40%

Available from: thewhiskyexchange.com masterofmalt.com and Justerini & Brooks

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