Get set for T20 cheer with some sporty Whisky Cocktails

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 Here are some exciting new recipes by Afzal Kaba, Brand Ambassador, Diageo Bar Academy to multiply your T20 cheer. These DIY cocktails prepared with Royal Challenge whisky are perfect to sip on during moments of score tension and anticipation of a win.

Get your Special Edition T20 Pack of Royal Challenge Whisky that has been designed as an ode to the bold spirit of the players to make these. This collectors pack carries autographs of champions like RCB’s Virat Kohli, Chris Gayle and AB de Villiers and Pune Super Giants’ MS Dhoni, Ravichandran Ashwin and Ajinkya Rahane.

Please find the recipes below or view them: https://we.tl/fsMDlyfpgO

The Royal Mix

Get your game face on with this special drink this T20 season. Let’s embrace our Bold spirit with this chilling concoction of royal cocktail

Glassware: 8 to 10 ounce glass that can hold ice

Ingredients:

Royal Challenge 60 ml

Cinnamon syrup 15 ml

Apple Juice 90 ml

Lime Juice 10 ml

Method:

Fill glass with ice, pour whisky, cinnamon syrup. Top up with apple juice and stir.

 Garnish: Apple fan, Cinnamon grated & Long Cinnamon stick straw

 RC Time Out

No more rules! Take some timeout from life with this smooth drink. Royal Challenge, tender coconut water and lemon come together in this revitalizing mix.

A refreshing drink that is bound to refresh your mood.

 Glassware: Green coconut / Pilsner glass

Ingredients:

Royal Challenge 45 ml

Tender coconut water 90 ml  

Method:

 Mix all ingredients in a shaker with lots of ice. Strain into a green coconut or a Pilsner glass.

Garnish: Lime wheel / Long coconut slice

Ginger Blaster

This cocktail is for the ones who likes playing big in life.

Glassware: Tall glass

Ingredients:

Royal Challenge 60 ml

Tonic water 90 ml

Lime slice 2

Ginger syrup 10ml

Star Anise 2 noz

Dried Apricot 3 pc

Method:

Fill glass with ice. Pour RC and rest of the ingredients. Stir. Top up with Tonic water.

Garnish: Lime wheel, Star Anies and dried Apricot

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