It wouldn’t be March if I didn’t share at least one Irish whiskey cocktail recipe with you all. Were you wondering when I would finally get around to it? Whiskey is so popular right now – I just had to add one more cocktail to my whiskey list here. I think you will really love this one. It’s the classic Irish Buck. Something about whiskey & sour like lime or lemon. It pairs so well together. I love this drink – perfect for St. Patrick’s Day!
I love this drink because of the addition of ginger ale. It’s one of my favorite drinks- always has been since I was a little girl flying all over the world visiting family all the time. It was my drink of choice. So now I can add a couple more things to it – lime & whiskey- to make it a little more grown up but without losing my favorite drink.
- **Per glass
- 1.5 ounces Irish whiskey
- .25 ounce fresh lime juice
- 2 ounces ginger ale
- Fill Collins glass with ice or small whiskey balls
- add in ingredients & slightly stir
- Optional garnish with lime
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