Stable Block Tea
A hot toddy serve inspired by the winter days at Slane Distillery - our home in the restored, 230-year-old gothic stables designed by famed landscape architect Capability Brown.
- 2 parts Slane Irish Whiskey
- 6 parts Hot Irish Breakfast Tea
- 1/2 part Lavender Honey
- 1/4 part Lemon Juice
- 1 dash Angostura Bitters
Build ingredients in a tea mug. Garnish with lemon wheel.
On the Rocks or Off the Land
In its element served over rocks, Slane Irish Whiskey also lends itself well to drinks made with ingredients found in the rolling hills of the Boyne Valley or wherever you may call home. From unconventional combinations to our take on the classics, we invite you to browse our whiskey cocktail recipes and discover a new libation of choice.
Drawing inspiration from the untamed backdrop of Ireland’s wild countryside and Slane’s unique heritage, each cocktail recipe has been carefully crafted to enhance the complex flavours of Slane Irish Whiskey. Sweet, sour or bitter, a pre-dinner aperitif or a nightcap enjoyed as a sole indulgence, the choice is yours. Simply add a splash of triple-casked Slane Irish Whiskey, mix, garnish and sip these sumptuous drinks at your leisure.
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