For most true whisky (no e) lovers, the idea of drinking our favorite scotch export any way but neat or on a cube is repugnant. But the more refined and understanding aficionados know that a scotch cocktail can be intriguing and even kind of amazing.
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With classics like the Penicillin, Blood and Sand, and the Rusty Nail, we're intrigued to see a new scotch cocktail on the menu at Perry's Steakhouse & Grill called the Highland Highball. It brings together Glenmorangie's original 10-year scotch that features notes of toffee and honey with Grand Marnier and the slight sweetness of almond.
What makes this cocktail even cooler? The ice.
Highland Highball, $15: Glenmorangie 10-year Original Scotch Whisky stirred with Grand Marnier, lime juice and a splash of almond
Perry's Steakhouse & Grill, 2000 McKinney Ave.