Not a whiskey fan? Think again! This refreshing, 3-ingredient Ginger Whiskey Cocktail recipe might just change your mind.
I’m a total whiskey fan.
Some of my favorite whiskey cocktails are these Bourbon Apple Cider Cocktails, a classic Old Fashioned made with maple syrup and this Gold Rush Cocktail made with bourbon and Domaine de Canton ginger liqueur.
But when I’m craving a super fast whiskey libation, nothing beats a long, tall glass of this refreshing Ginger Whiskey Cocktail.
This Ginger Whiskey Cocktail has only three ingredients
Whether you call it a ginger whiskey or a whiskey ginger, this cocktail couldn’t be simpler to throw together after a long day. Grab your ginger ale, whiskey and some fresh lime slices, and you’re ready for happy hour.
The only time I’m a stickler for a certain type of whiskey is when St. Patrick’s Day rolls around. Since everyone is a little bit Irish on March 17th, Irish whiskey is a must in this Ginger Whiskey Cocktail on St. Paddy’s Day.
Not feeling the whiskey love? I know whiskey can be a bit polarizing. Either you love it (me, me, me!) or can’t stomach it (that would be Lisa). I like to think this Ginger Whiskey Cocktail is a happy medium for those non-whiskey lovers out there. The bubbly ginger ale mellows the whiskey and keeps the cocktail’s flavor light and bright. Stir in a squeeze of fresh lime juice, and your happy hour cocktail is good to go.
It’s easy to serve this Ginger Whiskey Cocktail recipe as a batch cocktail for parties
Make this Ginger Whiskey Cocktail the signature drink for your next party. Simply create a DIY cocktail space so guests can mix up their own beverages. Place the whiskey, ginger ale and lime wedges on a table along with glasses and ice. Guests can add as much or as little whiskey to their cocktails as they like!
Ginger Whiskey Cocktail
- 2-3 ounces whiskey
- Ginger ale
- Lime wedge
- Fill a highball glass with ice. Pour whiskey into glass. Top with ginger ale. Squeeze and float a lime wedge in the glass.
The amount of whiskey can vary depending on your personal taste (and size of your glass). Pour in the amount that works for you!