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Originally a highball was simply Scotch whisky, and soda water, in a glass with ice. Over time it has come to include any drink which is made from a spirit, and a carbonated beverage. It represents one of the simplest and most straightforward drinks around.
  
Originally a highball was simply Scotch whisky, and soda water, in a glass with ice. Over time it has come to include any drink which is made from a spirit, and a carbonated beverage. It represents one of the simplest and most straightforward drinks around.
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==Base Recipe==
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'''Highball'''
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* 2 ounces spirit
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* 4 ounces soda (or other mixer)
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Add liquor to an ice filled highball glass, top with soda.
  
For an example, see:
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===Examples:===
 
* [[Dark N’ Stormy]]
 
* [[Dark N’ Stormy]]
 
* [[Gin & Tonic]]
 
* [[Gin & Tonic]]
 
* [[Pimm’s Cup]]
 
* [[Pimm’s Cup]]
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==External Links==
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* [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Highball Highball] (Wikipedia)

Latest revision as of 15:41, 23 January 2020

Originally a highball was simply Scotch whisky, and soda water, in a glass with ice. Over time it has come to include any drink which is made from a spirit, and a carbonated beverage. It represents one of the simplest and most straightforward drinks around.

Base Recipe

Highball

  • 2 ounces spirit
  • 4 ounces soda (or other mixer)

Add liquor to an ice filled highball glass, top with soda.

Examples:

External Links