Super-Easy whisky Cocktails

We're about to embark on a wicked adventure that'll take your taste buds on a rollercoaster ride.

No matter if you're a seasoned cocktail wizard or a total newbie to mixology, these three super-easy whisky cocktails will blow your mind and leave you craving for more. Let's unleash the magic of Glenbrynth and get this party started!

Glenbrynth Old Fashioned

The Old Fashioned whisky cocktail is a classic with a rich history dating back to the early 19th century. Originally known as the "whisky cocktail," it gained popularity as a preferred drink among early American drinkers.

The modern version of the Old Fashioned took shape in the 1860s at the Pendennis Club in Kentucky. Over time, it evolved into its current form, earning its name due to the "old-fashioned" way of making cocktails before more complex mixology techniques emerged. Officially listed in a bartender's guidebook in 1880, the Old Fashioned has remained beloved and timeless, cherished for its simplicity and focus on the flavors of whisky.

Today, it continues to be celebrated as a testament to the enduring appeal of whisky and the art of mixology.


2 oz Glenbrynth Blue Label Blended Scotch

1 sugar cube (or 1/2 tsp sugar)

2 dashes of Angostura bitters

Orange peel twist (for garnish)

Ripe Cherry (for garnish)

Ice cubes


1. Grab an Old Fashioned glass (or any rocks glass you have) and drop in that sugar cube.

2. Now, give it a splash of Angostura bitters for some spicy goodness.

3. Gently muddle the sugar cube in the bitters to make it all sweet and happy.

4. Throw in a few ice cubes into the glass.

5. Pour 2 oz of the smooth Glenbrynth Blue Label Blended Scotch over the i5. ce.

6. Give it a little stir for about 10-15 seconds, just enough to get it chill and mixed.

7. Finish it off with a twist of orange peel for that amazing aroma.

Take a sip:

Take a sip, sit back, and enjoy the classy vibes of the Glenbrynth Old Fashioned. It's like a fancy party in your mouth, with vanilla notes dancing around the spicy bitters!

Glenbrynth Ginger Spice

The Ginger Spice whisky cocktail's exact origins remain elusive, but it emerged in modern mixology in the latter half of the 20th century.

The combination of whisky and ginger likely arose from the popularity of both ingredients, leading to a refreshing and invigorating libation. As whisky and craft cocktails gained popularity, the Ginger Spice cocktail found its place in cocktail menus and home bars, with bartenders and mixologists experimenting with various ingredients and techniques to create unique twists on this classic.

Today, the Ginger Spice whisky cocktail holds a special place in the hearts of whisky enthusiasts and cocktail lovers, celebrating the creativity and passion of the mixology world. Cheers to this delightful and zesty concoction!


2 oz Glenbrynth Bourbon Cask Single Malt

4 oz ginger beer

1/2 oz fresh lime juice

Lime wheel or wedge (for garnish)

Ice cubes


1. Take a tall glass (a highball glass, if you wanna get fancy) and fill it up with some ice cubes.

2. Now, pour 2 oz of the smoky Glenbrynth Double Matured Bourbon Cask Single Malt over the ice.

3. Squeeze in 1/2 oz of fresh lime juice for a zesty kick.

4. Top it up with 4 oz of ginger beer, 'cause we like it spicy!

5. Give it a gentle stir to mix all that goodness together.

6. Throw in a lime wheel or wedge for an extra pop of citrusy goodness.

7. Finish it off with a twist of orange peel for that amazing aroma.

Take a sip:

Take a sip and let the spicy ginger and smooth whisky transport you to flavor heaven. It's like a high-five for your taste buds!

Glenbrynth Whisky Sour

The Whisky Sour cocktail's origins can be traced back to the 18th century, where sailors and British naval officers mixed their whisky rations with lemon juice and sugar to preserve fresh ingredients and improve the taste of lower-quality spirits during long sea voyages.

The cocktail made its way to America and gained popularity in the mid-19th century, with bartenders adding their own twists to the classic recipe. Jerry Thomas' 1862 book "The Bartender's Guide" solidified the Whisky Sour's place in cocktail culture. Despite challenges during Prohibition, the cocktail resurged in popularity after its repeal in 1933.

Today, the Whisky Sour remains a timeless classic, beloved for its tangy-sweet flavor and symbolizing both adventurous origins and mixology craftsmanship.


2 oz Glenbrynth Rum Cask Single Malt

3/4 oz fresh lemon juice

1/2 oz simple syrup (1:1 ratio of sugar and water)

Lemon wheel or cherry (for garnish)

Ice cubes


1. Time to shake things up! Grab a shaker and fill it with some ice cubes.

2. Add 2 oz of the luscious Glenbrynth Rum Cask Single Malt to the shaker.

3. Now, get zesty with 3/4 oz of fresh lemon juice and add a splash of 1/2 oz simple syrup for sweetness.

4. Shake it like there's no tomorrow for about 10 seconds until everything's well mixed and happy.

5. Strain the cocktail into a rocks glass filled with ice.

6. Plop in a lemon wheel or cherry 'cause we like our drinks to look pretty!

Take a sip:

Take a sip and feel the sweetness and tanginess swirl around like a party on your palate. It's like a whisky hug with a lemony twist!