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Take Your Whisky Cocktails to New Heights with Bundaberg Ginger Beer
There’s nothing better than kicking back at the end of a long day with a great tasting whisky cocktail. While you might have heard of classics like the Whisky Sour, the Old Fashioned or the Manhattan, we have a few other favorites that you should add to your list too.
The thing that makes these cocktails special – apart from the fact that they all have a good tot of whisky in them – is the addition of Bundaberg Ginger Beer. There’s just something about the way the mellow smoothness of the whisky combines with the zingy sweetness of Ginger Beer. So next time you have a hankering for a whisky-based cocktail, why not reach for the Bundaberg Ginger Beer and take your cocktail game to new heights?
The sweetly sultry combination of sake and Japanese Whisky with Bundaberg Ginger Beer makes for a great aperitif or celebration cocktail.
If the name of this cocktail doesn’t draw you in, the taste surely will. Rye whiskey, Bundaberg Ginger Beer and the sweet addition of honey all work harmoniously to give this cocktail its ‘sting’.
While the classic Moscow Mule is undeniably a crowd favorite, sometimes we like to mix things up with whisky (instead of the traditional vodka). And when you pair it with our Ginger Beer, that’s made using real ginger, your Irish Mule will burst with flavor.
There’s something special about the refreshing tang of apple cider, the warmth of whisky and the smoothness of cinnamon tied together with our Ginger Beer. These flavors also make for a perfect winter warmer, so why not try it warmed up for a little festive treat?
Bundaberg Ginger Beer & Whisky Cocktails – The Perfect Pair
Next time you’re thinking about having a drink, whether it’s to celebrate something fun or just because, why not mix things up with Bundaberg? Bundaberg Ginger Beer is made in Australia with real ingredients and age-old recipes. So when you add a splash of our Ginger Beer to your whisky cocktail, you’ll instantly transform it into something special.