Honey Rye | Cocktail Party

Honey Rye

Honey Rye cocktail with rye whiskey and honey liqueur

This drink was invented by Eyal Raziel of Upper West in Santa Monica. Try the real thing if you’re ever in the neighborhood. For the honey liqueur, anything with a strong, sweet honey flavor will do the trick. We like Barenjager, but even a honey bourbon will work  nearly as well.

Ingredients

Instructions

Fill a short glass with ice and add rye, honey liqueur, and bitters. Stir for a few seconds, and top with ginger ale. Garnish with an orange twist if you feel like it. It’s your life, man.

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