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February 7, 2021

From Smoking Bishops and Sherry Cobblers to Timber Doodles – when it comes to curiously named cocktails, Charles Dickens was quite the connoisseur.

Today, on his birthday, we’re toasting the Victorian gent with another eloquently named tipple from his books; the Athol Brose.
IMG_2880_21-02-05_Broken_Clock_Lingering_Vodka_Athol_Brose.jpg A generous measure of Broken Clock Vodka adds a twist of orchard fruit to this creamy concoction while nutmeg and a ‘Brose’ of overnight-oats gives it even greater expectations.

A Sunday Brunch libation that’s sure to have you declaring, “please sir I want some more.”


35 ml Broken Clock Vodka
5 ml Whisky Liqueur
50 ml ‘Brose’
50 ml Double Cream
3 tsp Honey

Fresh Strawberries

For the Brose:
70 g Organic Porridge Oats
325 ml Water


Make the Brose by combining the oats and water in a bowl overnight. Strain the milky liquid into a saucepan, add the honey and briefly bring to the boil. Leave to cool and chill down in the fridge.

For the cocktail combine 50 ml of the Brose with the other ingredients in a chilled tumbler, stir and top with a little grated nutmeg.