The London List: Monkey Shoulder’s Malt Jockey At Factory 7, ShoreditchThe London List

By James Massoud on 27 Mar 2013

Monkey Shoulder’s a quirky, fun name for a whisky isn’t it? And renowned for their entertaining events as well, they didn’t disappoint with their latest ‘For One Night Only’ event, The Malt Jockey.

The latest night saw Monkey Shoulder’s Global Brand Ambassador, Dean Callan, unveil his new Manhattan cocktail – Malt Jockey – to an excitable audience in Shoreditch. The theme for the night was ‘An Evening at The Races’, with attendees invited to race remote controlled horses around a Scalextric track. And while people were playing jockey with their trigger fingers others could place bets on the races.

Professional bartenders kept guests liquidated throughout the evening by serving up delicious Monkey Shoulder cocktails, while Street Kitchen sated any hunger with their tasty snacks. For wannabe mixologists the recipe and method for the Malt Jockey is below. And if you want to join the fun next time round register your details here.

Mix your own Malt Jockey
40 ml Monkey Shoulder
30 ml Sweet Vermouth
10 ml Maraschino Liqueur
3 dashes Chocolate Bitters

1. Add all ingredients to mixing glass
2. Add ice and stir
3. Once dilution is reached, strain into chilled glass
4. Garnish with a twist of orange

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