The Best BBQ with Glenturret Triple Wood!
Summer BBQ? We've got you covered!
Mix it up with a marinade!
Burgers and sausages are the classic at any barbeque but if you want to up your grilling game why not bring out some chicken, or halloumi and peppers, and lather it up with our delicious Glenturret Triple Wood Marinade. Bringing together sweetness and spice from ingredients like honey and ginger, it's a flavour sensation. The flavours tie in perfectly with Triple Wood, with the honey elevating the toffee notes and the ginger complimenting the light, citrus tones of the dram.
For the Glenturret Triple Wood Marinade you will need:
- 100g of Honey
- 1 teaspoon of Seed mustard
- 100g of Ketchup
- 1 teaspoon of Curry powder
- 50ml of Glenturret Triple Wood
- 1 teaspoon of Ground ginger
- Place all the ingredients in a pot and bring to a simmer. Allow to simmer for 4-5 minutes.
- Once cool use to marinade meat or alternatively use warm as a dipping sauce.
A super quick recipe that you can whip up which will undoubtedly impress all your guests!
The Glenturret Triple Wood is the perfect summer dram, light and refreshing. But if you want that extra bit of refreshment why not mix it up with a mouth-watering Triple Wood and Tonic!
Here's what you need:
- 25ml of The Glenturret Triple Wood
- Highball Glass
- Cubed Ice
- Lime Wedge
- Fill the highball to the top with ice, take a wedge of lime and squeeze it over the ice before dropping it in the glass.
- Pour in the Glenturret Triple Wood and Top it up with Tonic for the perfect T&T!
Easy to make, ideal for summer, and a great drink for whisky newbies and connoisseurs alike!
Triple Wood Tracks
No barbeque is complete without good tunes, and to save you the hassle of trying to pull together a playlist, we've created one for you! Just the right amount of chilled with the odd old school banger to enjoy with your bangers, don't say we're not good to you!
So get out the charcoal, grab your bottle of Triple Wood, and turn up the tunes! We hope you have a great BBQ wherever you are, slainte!