If it's a liquid dessert you like, the Bold Après is your drink. Here we are going to show you how to make this really simple dessert drink. It's called Bold Après because, in spite of the fact that it's sweet and it's a little creamy, it's got that smoky punch of the Paul John BOLD.
Here we are going to make the Brilliant Yellow Sapphire on the Rocks. And you know, that when you are melting outside in the sun, you definitely don't want your drink to do the same. So we are going to take this beautiful, Brilliant Paul John Indian Single Malt, which has warm honey and vanilla notes.... and we are going to blend it together with fresh pineapple and then sneak in just a whiff of anise.
It's fresh, it's citrusy, it's got that big pineapple burst and it's then layered right at the back gently with the Paul John BRILLIANCE and you can never forget that there is Paul John Single Malt in it.
We are going to start with Paul John Single Malt BOLD, and this one is peated and smoky. It will just knock your socks off! But when it combines with some of the flavours we'are using here, you know that you're going to love it. Let's do this. Enjoy drinking this one, this is really going to get your evening going! Take care.
Take leaves of 1 sprig of fresh rosemary in the mixing glass and muddle. Fill mixing glass with ice. Add Brilliance, passion fruit puree and squeeze wedges of lime. Shake and double strain over fresh ice in a glass. Garnish with torched rosemary and fresh passion fruit/wedge of lime.
Brilliant Yellow Sapphire Martini. This one is a short drink, and it's absolutely refreshing and fabulous. We are going to combine BRILLIANCE, the single malt from Paul John, and absolutely mix it with pineapple and then show in a little spice. This combination of this warm, gentle single malt with pineapple and spice makes for a beautifully refreshing drink.
The Whisky Sour is probably one of the most drunk cocktails. Here we are going to twist it just a little and going to present to you The Bold Sour. And the reason it's called The Bold Sour is, we are using The Paul John Single Malt Bold. Paul John Bold is smoky and it's going to really kick up, take this drink up a notch or two, or maybe, you know, just hit the roof!
We got together with Mixologist, Shatbhi Basu at Oko, The Lalit Ashok Bangalore and Food Lovers to show you how to craft a refreshing Paul John Edited Mint Julep. Make yourself this refreshing cocktail, and enjoy #MintJulepDay!