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Contributed by Classic And Vintage Artisanal Spirits
Mix up this version of the Scottish classic made with single malt whiskey distilled in upstate New York.
Add all the ingredients to a mixing glass and fill with ice.
Strain into a chilled cocktail glass.
Garnish with a cherry or lemon twist.
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Thanks for the question. You're right a Rob Roy is usually made with Scotch but this nontraditional recipe calls for an American single malt. Try it both ways and let us know which one you prefer.
I always thought a Rob Roy was made with scotch. Would it be the same recipe as the one with whiskey? I realize this is probably a silly question and I still need to ask. Thanks, cAROL lAWRENCE