Posted on October 09, 2014
Recently anCnoc fan Craig Muncie got in touch with us via our Facebook page to let us know he had just proposed to his girlfriend. As devoted fans of anCnoc the start of the couples' incredible journey towards becoming husband and wife was celebrated over drams of our peaty expression, Rutter.
With true love in the air we couldn't simply offer 'congratulations' and leave it at that, could we? So we called on our friends at Kelvingrove Café in Glasgow to create a special drink to help the soon-to-be-married couple and their friends celebrate in style.
The call was answered and we’re delighted to present to you “Knock Bells” by Danny Whelan of Kelvingrove Café. Craig and his fiancé will be visiting this weekend to savour this delicious concoction, and of course should any other anCnoc fans fancy shaking things up this weekend we would thoroughly recommend a visit to Kelvingrove Café to try their deliciously refreshing “Knock Bells “whisky cocktail.
Knock Bells Whisky Cocktail
25ml anCnoc Cutter
25ml anCnoc 12yo
20ml burnt peach syrup
15ml dry vermouth
Shaken and served in a chilled coupette glass, garnished with an expressed lemon peel and dehydrated peach slices.
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