This punch is perfect for sharing with friends as you soak up the sun. The rich, malty notes of Glen Moray combine beautifully with the citrus fruits and sweet flavours of honey and vanilla.
375ml Glen Moray Elgin Classic
1 fresh Vanilla Pod, split
Zest of 1 Lemon
Zest of 1/2 an Orange
2 tbsp Honey
5 Dash Cocktail Bitters (optional)
1 small piece of Fresh Ginger, chopped
1 small Apple, sliced
350ml chilled Green Tea
Add all the ingredients to a large bowl. Stir and allow to steep for a few hours or overnight. Strain using a small sieve and store in the fridge until needed. Serve over ice in a short tumbler, with a slice of orange.
Neil and Joel are professional drinks writers, consultants, hosts and presenters. Neil and Joel have written six books on whisky and distilled drinks, winning the ’Best Drinks Book’ in The Fortnum & Mason Food and Drink Awards 2015. They are both ‘Keepers Of The Quaich’, one of the highest accolades in the Scotch whisky Industry, were made Mousquetaires d’ Armagnac, in recognition for their services to the global promotion of this noble French brandy, Rectifiers of the Gin Guild for their work within the growing gin market and are both Liverymen for the Worshipful Company Of Distillers.
Both are regular drinks contributors across a range of media titles, and are more widely known for their regular TV outlet, Channel Four’s Sunday Brunch where, for the past six years, they have acted as the show’s most enduring drinks experts. Their appeal is simple: dispelling the myths and misunderstanding which surround the drinks world, presenting a clear, concise message to the growing number of those drinkers eager to experience the stories behind an array of incredible drinks from around the globe.