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Canadian Caribou

The Canadian Caribou
an original cocktail By Chip Dykstra (Aka Arctic Wolf)

For this cocktail we need a Canadian whisky with a strong rye forward profile. Here are several which work fine, Gibson’s Finest, Alberta Premium, Highwood Centenial, and Black Velvet Deluxe Canadian Whisky.

Canadian CaribouCanadian Caribou
a cocktail by Arctic Wolf

1 1/2 oz Canadian Whisky
1/2  oz Yukon Jack
Ice
Splash of Ginger Ale

Fill an Old-fashioned glass with Ice
Add the whisky and Yukon Jack
Complete with a splash of Ginger Ale
Garnish with a lemon Slice

Enjoy Responsibly!

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Note: If  you are interested in more of my original cocktail recipes, please click this link (Cocktails and Recipes) for more of my mixed drink recipes!

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2 Responses to “Canadian Caribou”

  1. forrest said

    This is a “get you into trouble” drink…
    Before you know it you have already had 3.

 
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