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Contributed by Marco Dionysos
Scotch is a most unusual base for this fruity cocktail recipe.
Add all the ingredients to a shaker and fill with ice.
Shake, and strain into a chilled cocktail glass.
Garnish with brandied cherries and a flamed blood orange twist.
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Tastes and feels like a weird intersection of "Singapore Sling" and "Blood and Sand". Not that it tastes bad, I only have a strange mouth-feel for that cocktails that mix Scotch with juices. Citruses in particular ... The Penicillin being a rare exception.
And in the confession minute: The blood oranges are nowhere to be found around in this season, so I made a little hack/cheat - I took a regular OJ (around 0.4 oz or something) and filled up to the half ounce with Solerno - the blood orange variant of the Cointreau. Damn - this combo deserves to be a cocktail on its own. ;)