A tried and true classic, this Highball is made with a measure of Scotch whisky, cubed ice and an effervescent topper of soda water. While we prefer to use blended scotch instead of heady, peaty single malt spirits, there’s a scotch and soda pairing for every palate. You’ll just have to try them all. What a chore.
Scotch and Soda
- Add scotch to a highball glass with cubed ice.
- Top with soda and stir with a bar spoon to incorporate.
- If desired, garnish with a lemon twist.
The Rusty Nail may have fallen out of favor somewhat since its 1960s and 1970s heyday, but its mix of blended scotch and Drambuie (a honeyed scotch-based liqueur) is a reliable after-dinner digestif. Plus, it’s foolproof. The only way you can screw up this cocktail is if you leave out one of its ingredients entirely. Ours calls for two ounces of...