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Rob Roy Cocktail

The Rob Roy is a blend of Scotch and vermouth sharpened by a dash of angostura bitters. It’s named for Robert Roy MacGregor, Scotland’s very own Robin Hood.

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Easy to make cocktail drinks and snacks for your next party

The recipe can be found in this article

Easy to make cocktail drinks and snacks for your next party

Ingredients

number of servings
1
  • 2 ounce good-quality blended scotch whisky Added to
  • 1 ounce Sweet Vermouth Added to
  • dash of angostura bitters Added to
  • *maraschino cherry" Added to
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Directions

5 min.
1. Step

Add the Scotch, vermouth, and bitters to a mixing glass with ice. Stir, then strain into a chilled cocktail glass.

2. Step

Drop in the maraschino cherry and serve.

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