Jamesons’ Deconstructed cocktail

20th December, 2011 by Marinel FitzSimons

Jamesons Whiskey has come up with a new twist on the Shot-Tail.

Inspired by the current gastronomic trend for deconstructed food, Jameson Shot-tails are whiskey cocktails deconstructed to create two drinks – one of Jameson Irish Whiskey and the other containing the remaining ingredients that make up a cocktail.

Nicola Connolly, Jameson International marketing manager, said: “Jameson Shot-tails are designed to be sipped and savoured as premium cocktails. The majority of the shots that accompany Jameson are served chilled, providing a refreshing contrast to the smoothness and warmth of the Jameson shot, while maintaining the purity of the whiskey itself by not directly mixing it.

Shot-tails will be available at Jameson events as well as selected high-end on-trade outlets in cocktail-friendly markets, such as the US and UK.

JAMESON PEAR & BUTTERSCOTCH
GLASS
2 x shot glasses
INGREDIENTS
25ml Jameson
10ml butterscotch schnapps
20ml pear juice
METHOD
Pour Jameson into a shot glass. Combine the rest of the ingredients into a Boston glass and shake with ice. Fine-strain into a second shot glass.

Team SB enjoy a Mini Jamesons sour

JAMESON MINI SOUR
GLASS
2 x shot glasses
GARNISH
2 drops Angostura bitter
INGREDIENTS
25ml Jameson
15ml fresh lemon juice
10ml sugar syrup
Dash Angostura bitters
Dash egg white
METHOD
Pour 25ml Jameson into a shot glass. Pour the rest of the ingredients into aBoston glass and dry shake. Add ice and shake again. Fine-strain into a second shot glass.

 

 

 

One Response to “Jamesons’ Deconstructed cocktail”

  1. If well made, it is damn good, and I acknowledge that I drank a pretty good one. Badly made, it is worse than vile. But, anyway, I think any mix with whiskey is wrong. If you want to feel the charm of whiskey, it is necessary to drink it without any mixes.

Leave a Reply

Subscribe to our newsletter