Enjoying whisky isn't just about having it neat or on the rocks. The Highball is an ideal introduction to the world of whisky and can be garnished to bring out the individual flavors of Johnnie Walker.
Great Highball recipes are something every bartender should have up their sleeve, so learn how-to highball like a pro with our downloadable recipe cards, webinar master classes and expert advice.
JOHNNIE WALKER FLAVORS OF THE WORLD
In this masterclass session, chef Mark Moriarty and Max Venning from Three Sheets take us through the different flavors available when working with a blended scotch. Watch now for flavorful ingredients from across the globe, learn how to make house cordials and get insight into exclusive Johnnie Walker highball recipes for your bar or restaurant.
THE ART OF THE HIGHBALL
The whisky highball is greater than the sum of its parts. Quick, easy and profitable with countless creative possibilities, highballs are the perfect serve to add to your menu. In this webinar training session, Johnnie Walker Brand Ambassadors Tom Jones and Ali Reynolds take us on a journey to the four corners of Scotland, exploring the versatile flavors of Johnnie Walker to find out what makes it so perfectly suited to the whisky highball.
TIPS TO ELEVATE THE HIGHBALL
The Highball is indeed a drink for the ages - its history is vast, dating back to the 1890’s. It’s not certain who invented it but there are some definite rules to stick by when making the perfect Highball cocktail as Josh Reynolds from Scout Sydney demonstrates.
CITY HIGHBALLS: LONDON AND SINGAPORE
As bartenders, we are often unofficially the keys to our city or neighborhood's best culture. As part of the Johnnie Walker City Highball series, we’ll be hearing from bartenders around the world for the inside scoop on their city’s best bits
SUMMER HIGHBALLS WITH LAUREN MOTE
Owner at Bittered Sling, World Class Winner (2015) and Diageo’s Global Cocktailian, Lauren Mote, takes us around the world in 2 whisky highballs to showcase how creative you can get with whisky when it’s warm out.