Alexander Selcraig

September 20, 2016 by Robbie Stowe

Alexander Selkirk (1676 – 13 December 1721), also known as Alexander Selcraig, was a Scottish sailor who spent more than four years as a castaway after being marooned on an uninhabited island in the South Pacific Ocean (also known as the South Sea).

Selkirk was an unruly youth, and joined buccaneering expeditions to the South Sea. One such expedition was aboard the Cinque Ports, commanded by William Dampier. The ship called in for provisions at the Juan Fernández Islands off Chile, and Selkirk judged correctly that his craft was unseaworthy and asked to be left there.

By the time that he was rescued, he had become adept at hunting and making use of the resources that he found on the island. His story of survival was widely publicised when he returned home and became a likely source of inspiration for writer Daniel Defoe’s fictional character Robinson Crusoe.

This Cocktail was designed by Ariel Sanecki of Ireland



  • 50ml Ardbeg
  • 20ml Akashi-Tai Sake
  • 20ml fresh lemon juice
  • 15ml see weed home made sugar syrup
  • Egg white


  1. Add ingredients to shaker
  2. Dry shake
  3. Re shake
  4. Double strain into a Coupe




Mint or Nori strips



POST BY Robbie Stowe
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