Grand Autumn

Rye whiskey, St Germain, lime juice, ginger beer, bitters
2 oz Rye
1 oz Elderflower liqueur, St. Germain
34 oz Lime juice
3 oz Ginger beer (top with)
2 ds Bitters, Angostura (as float)
Instructions
Shake first three ingredients in an ice filled shaker and strain into an ice filled Collins glass. Top with Ginger beer & 2 dashes of Angostura bitters to garnish.
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2 Comments

Zachary Pearson's picture

Curated this a bit: Changed

Curated this a bit: Changed the recipe from a ratio to ounces - we prefer drinks this way. A Collins glass is around 10 ounces, so setting a parts drink to 3 (so 6 oz Rye, 3 oz St. Germain, and 2 1/4 oz lime) would not work. We would also prefer an amount of ginger beer instead of "fill the glass", as people's glasses are different. Finally, Kindred Cocktails assumes people are going to use fresh lime juice and other high quality ingredients.

Thanks,

Zachary

Really nice drink for a

Really nice drink for a beautiful spring day in San Francisco. And I don't even like ginger beer all that much...thanks for sharing....