Classic

Scotch • Dry
Presbyterian

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The key to making a great Presbyterian is keeping things simple—there’s no need for homemade ginger syrup or fancy ginger beers. The cocktail calls for two simple ingredients: ginger ale and blended scotch. It’s one of the easiest and best ways to enjoy scotch—aside from neat.

The Essentials

Blended Scotch
ginger ale
Ice
The Details

Ingredients

2 oz Blended Scotch
ginger ale
Ice

Method

  • Add cubed ice to a highball glass, followed by the scotch.
  • Top with ginger ale and stir with a bar spoon to incorporate.
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Mix it Up

We recommend trying different blended scotches such as Black Bottle, Bank Note, Dewars or Famous Grouse. If you add fresh lime juice, the cocktail becomes a Mamie Taylor.

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