Bartender Jason Patz riffs on a Rob Roy with Japanese whisky (the classic uses Scotch). He prefers Yamazaki 12-year, which is aged in bourbon casks, sherry casks and Japanese oak barrels. While Japanese whisky distillers are free to mix and match casks, Scotch must be aged only in oak for at least three years.
Recipe from Food & Wine Cocktails 2015
1 1/2 ounces 12-year Japanese whisky, preferably Yamazaki
In a mixing glass, combine the whisky, vermouth, Cynar and port. Fill the glass with ice, stir well and strain into a chilled double rocks glass over the large ice cube. Pinch the orange twist over the drink and discard.
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