The Penicillin cocktail is a modern classic that was invented by bartender Sam Ross in 2005. The cocktail combines the smoky flavor of peated Scotch whisky with the sweet, spicy taste of honey-ginger and the sourness of lemon juice. The Penicillin cocktail gets its name from the fact that it includes a type of Scotch whisky that is made using peat-smoked malted barley, which gives it a distinctive smoky flavor. The honey-ginger syrup adds a touch of sweetness to the drink, while the lemon juice provides a sour tang.
60 ml of blended scotch
20 ml of freshly squeezed lime juice
20 ml of Honey simple syrup
4 - 1 inch slenders of Ginger