12 x the best cocktails with ginger ale (the cocktail trend!)

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When we heard in the corridors of the cocktail masters that ginger ale cocktails are going to be the go-to for this summer, we couldn’t believe our luck. Because how come we had never thought of this ourselves? Mixing ginger ale with your favorite cocktails sounds like music to our ears. And that is why we have started tasting to list the best cocktails with ginger ale for you.

1. Mojito with ginger ale

If there’s one cocktail that goes well with ginger ale, it’s the Mojito . Because ginger, mint and lime go well together. Replace the sparkling water with the ginger ale and your taste buds will thank you.

2. Caipirinha with ginger ale

The swinging Brazilian Caipirinha doesn’t turn down a dash of ginger ale either. The ginger ale might make the cocktail even tastier, because just like the Mojito, the ginger ale goes perfectly with the limes in the cocktail. Add the ginger ale to the Caipirinha to taste and enjoy!

3. Moscow Mule 

The Moscow Mule is a long drink class cocktail. The cocktail consists of vodka, ginger beer, mint and lime and is served in a copper mug. If you find ginger beer too strong, you can easily replace it with ginger ale for a slightly more subtle ginger flavor.

4. Paloma with ginger ale

No, we’re not talking about George Baker’s hit now. The Paloma is a fresh cocktail with tequila and grapefruit. Do you want to add an extra flavor in addition to the grapefruit (and lime, which is indispensable in the cocktail world)? Then the ginger ale comes in handy again.

5. Whiskey ginger ale

Whiskey and ginger complement each other like yin and yang. The fresh, somewhat spicy, goes perfectly together with the exciting, complex of the whiskey . By the way, did you know that whiskey ginger ale is currently one of the most popular ways to drink the spirits? If you are not a whiskey fan and want to “learn” to drink it, the whiskey ginger ale is a godsend!

6. Cuatro

Uno, dos, tres… The Cuatro is a tasty cocktail with dark rum and ginger ale. The fresh cocktail is easy to make. If you want to give it a little more spice now, you can use ginger beer. This makes the cocktail more spicy and warmer.

7. Mezcal harvest ole with ginger ale

Mezcal gets its smoky flavor from roasting the agave during the making process. Due to the typical taste of the drink, this cocktail is a unique pearl. Replace the apple cider with ginger ale and the Mezcal harvest ole is the autumn cocktail that makes you a little warmer with every sip. Ideal after a refreshing walk or on a too cold summer evening.

Another plus: you can make this cocktail in large quantities. Handy for a party or during a boozy evening.

8. Mimosa with ginger ale

A classic Mimosa during brunch is the luxury we wish for every week. Yet you can also easily pimp the Mimosa . Halve the amount of orange juice and top up with ginger ale. Or make the cocktail alcohol-free by omitting the sparkling wine and replacing it with ginger ale.

Cocktails with ginger ale

9. Pimm’s cup with ginger ale

If we’re talking about a perfect summer cocktail, it’s the Pimm’s cup . Normally the cocktail is made with Sprite, but you can easily replace that. And with ginger ale. It makes the cocktail less fresh, but much tastier (if we may say so.)

10. Clara with ginger ale

The Clara is an odd one out in the list of premium cocktails. It is a bit of a “no-go” in the list. In Spain people are crazy about the Clara: beer with fanta. A kind of  home-made Radler. But in 2022 the Spaniards know better. They exchange the fanta for ginger ale. Because that’s a lot of fun.

11. Ginger spritz

Move over,  Aperol Spritz. There is a new spritz topper. With – you guessed it – ginger ale. Because dilute your prosecco with ginger ale or ginger beer and you have a wonderfully fresh aperitif.

12. Gin & Ginger

Another classic cocktail that goes well with another soft drink. Because gin & tonic will probably still be on the menus this summer, but gin & ginger is a refreshing alternative. The gin element remains the same, but we exchange the bitter tonic for the fresh ginger ale. Always tasty.

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