Alexander & James, the luxury online store for spirits connoisseurs, suggests going for a classic Johnnie Walker Black Label whisky and soda, served on the rocks, or a Bulleit Rye Whiskey Julep. For seafood, a fruity whisky like The Singleton of Dufftown can be mixed with summer berries, fresh ginger, soda and ice for a refreshing punch. Even salads can benefit from a hint of whisky in the dressing to liven them up a little. Once the barbecue is over, a neat whisky can emulate the light smoke and full flavors on its own. This summer forget the old rules and feel confident in experimenting, and give your barbecue a distinct edge with the right whisky pairing. To find out more, head over to Alexander & James.
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