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Buzz Saw Highball

SAM_0663 Buzz Saw HighballA few months ago I constructed a nice cocktail which for cinnamon whisky which I called the Buzz Saw. It combines cinnamon whisky with a splash ginger-ale, Angostura bitters, and a muddled slice of orange. I am following the same path only this time in a high ball style replacing the orange slice with lemon for the taller style of drink.

The Buzz Saw Highball

1 1/2 ounce Cinnamon Whisky
1 or 2 drops Angostura Bitters
ice
4 1/2 ginger ale

Slice of Lemon

Add Ice and Cinnamon Whisky to a tall serving glass
Put in a drop or two of bitters
Complete with Ginger-Ale
Garnish with Lemon

Enjoy!

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