A whisky cocktail so simple, yet so enticing, the Whisky Ginger Lime Highball not only lists all its ingredients in the name itself, but also drops a mention of the type of glass it is served in.
Convenience and taste are the two driving forces behind a choice of cocktail. Something that doesn’t take your bartender a good 5 minutes to prepare, and which you can whip up within the comfort of your home at your next house party. Of course there are no doubts about the amazing burst of flavours either when it comes to this whisky drink.
Traditionally made with Irish whiskey, it can easily be substituted with just about any whisky that goes down well and blends marvellously with just about any kind of mixer. Not pinching the pockets with a bang-for-the-buck whisky is just an added bonus none of us would like to forego.
Boasting of all these qualities is the Royal Stag Barrel Select, a blended Indian whisky that is the harmony between imported Scotch malts and fine Indian grain spirit, matured in carefully selected Oak barrels. It is unlike any other Indian whisky, and can elevate the whisky cocktail experience effortlessly.
Step 1: Add Royal Stag Barrel Select whisky to a Highball glass, and fill the glass with ice cubes.
Step 2: Fill the glass with Ginger Ale until it is almost full.
Step 3: Squeeze in the juice from the lemon wedge, and drop the wedge into the glass.
Step 4: Stir the drink gently with a stirrer and your Whisky Ginger Lime Highball is ready!
Satan's Circus comes to us from the NoMad Hotel Bar which is located in the 'Tenderloin' neighborhood of New York. In the 19th century, this area was popularly called 'Satan's Circus' due to the concentration of saloons, bars, brothels, and the two cornerstones of the city's fine dining and craft cocktail culture: the great Delmonico's and Jerry Thomas' New York Bar.
The Suburban is more of an oddity—dashes of whiskey, rum and port mixed together in an atypical concoction. Most mixology manuscripts, whether classic or contemporary, will give you examples of several drinks that blend rum and brandy; and a few others that mix port and rum. You’ll even find combinations of rum and whiskey. But, all three together?