The Rob Roy cocktail dates back to 1894 from the Waldorf Astoria and (similar to the Manhattan which uses rye instead of scotch) and is one of the oldest scotch mixed drinks.
Then we move on to another popular drink made with scotch or bourbon called the “Godfather” that debuted in the 1970s.
A definite favorite cocktail (“Godfather”) which acquired its name from “The Godfather” movie and a wonderful combination of flavor using Scotch with the addition of Amaretto, two perfect ingredients that taste fabulous together.
For those that aren’t fond of scotch we added the recipe for the “Godmother” (we wouldn’t want to leave her out and offend the Godfather) this cocktail eliminates Scotch and is replaced with Vodka instead.
Both our cocktails are super simple and worth a try at least once and if you’re an avid fan of Scotch, you just may love both recipes.
One last thing before you get to making these two marvelous cocktails, if you prefer Virgin Style Cocktails, we have two additional recipes for you for both the “Godfather” and “Rob Roy”, that are kid-friendly and nonalcoholic drinks!
Scroll down to this easily printable recipe and take a peek at these easy cocktails you can make at home.