Explore the tastes of Auchentoshan by preparing some of our favourite featured whisky cocktails. Follow this creative recipe for a smooth and surprising whisky cocktail with a classic taste.

Looking to discover more ways to enjoy Auchentoshan whisky? Start here with this refreshing serve.

A Cobbler is one of the oldest mixed drinks – a pre-Prohibition era cocktail that is open to modern interpretations. It’s an American-born cocktail believed to date back to the 19th century, but crossed the pond early enough to even crop up in the writings of Charles Dickens. In its traditional state a Cobbler is a combination of sherry, sugar and citrus. You can already see what’s lacking. So, into that heady mix we introduce the 12 Year Old Auchentoshan Single Malt.

This Lowland Scotch is matured over 12 years and the resulting spirit offers up the tempting aroma of toasted almonds and caramelised toffee, while guaranteeing the signature smooth delicate Auchentoshan taste. All of this perfectly complements the typical composition of a Cobbler cocktail.

Consider adding Auchentoshan to your own preferred cocktail or see how whisky can bring an added dimension to bartender’s favourite the Cobbler.

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Whisky Recipe: How to Make a Cobbler Cocktail

Gather your ingredients together and prepare this fresh take on a familiar cocktail. Some recipes lapse into arguments over the relative merits of white sugar or brown sugar in a Cobbler, but we prefer to use honey syrup, as it pairs perfectly with the honeyed tones of Auchentoshan.

Cocktail Ingredients

35ml of 12 Year Old Auchentoshan Single Malt Scotch Whisky
15ml of your favourite sherry
10ml crème de cassis
15ml lime juice
10ml honey syrup


Add all ingredients to a high ball glass filled with ice and stir. Serve and enjoy with friends as an excellent after dinner whisky cocktail.