Scotch & Ginger Ale

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20. January 2014 by swizzzlestick

It is     http://mixologymonday.com/  again. This month’s theme is “Highballs” and is proposed by http://southernash.com/, such a wonderful idea!

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You also want to hear a story? O.k. The first time I heard about a Highball was when I  read “To have and have another/ A Hemingway Cocktail Companion” from Phil Greene. And this is the book I opened today. Hemingway liked highballs, also Whiskey & Ginger Ale. As ginger ale combines well with Rye or a smoky Scotch (and Hemingway also liked Scotch!), I decided to make a very smoky Scotch & Ginger Ale!

Ingredients

2 oz. Scotch, 4 oz. Ginger Ale, Garnish: Lime Wedge

Preparation

Fill a highball glass with ice, add ingredients and stir. Garnish with a lime wedge.

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7 thoughts on “Scotch & Ginger Ale

  1. Lilly Sue says:

    I will take one! 🙂

  2. CWM3RD says:

    Great idea! I love Scotch, and I love Bourbon & Ginger, but never thought to try this.

  3. firecook says:

    Hi there nice to meet you. Thank you for following me. I like your blog. I think your drinks are really colorful. I like to see drinks like these. Reminds me of the class I have to take soon. Bartending class. Can I get ideas from your when I have to prepare them in class when I get my class? I just wanted to notice when my instructor wants to make it for a grade and I can get idea. of how it is made and the colors etc. Thank you for the blog.:) Have a nice day. I can speak some german because of my hubby but not completely ..Its such a beautiful to speak of. Funny my daughter has been learning a little and goes to class talks in it and her class is like say what:)Anyways take care.

    • I feel honored that you like my blog so much. Please feel free to get ideas from here!

      I also enjoy your interesting blog.

      If you want to re-fresh your German you can comment here some drinks in German language 🙂
      Take care!

      • firecook says:

        Hello Thank you for letting me used some ideas for my future bartending classes.. Thanks for liking my blog it’s fun and I am still new towards it.. Sounds cool how some drinks can sound German . I might say a few in German:) well take care. :0)

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