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Rye-Whiskey Switchels The sweet-and-sour soft drink known as switchel, made with fresh ginger and a dash of cider vinegar, was a popular thirst-quencher among harvest field workers in 19th-century New England. We're spinning our homemade switchel in a resolutely grown-up direction by adding in rye whiskey.
YIELD: MAKES 16 COCKTAILS
Rye-Whiskey Switchels The sweet-and-sour soft drink known as switchel, made with fresh ginger and a dash of cider vinegar, was a popular thirst-quencher among harvest field workers in 19th-century New England. We're spinning our homemade switchel in a resolutely grown-up direction by adding in rye whiskey.
YIELD: MAKES 16 COCKTAILS LESS
PHOTOGRAPHY: MIKE KRAUTTER SOURCE: MARTHA STEWART LIVING, NOVEMBER 2015 THE FOOD NEWSLETTER Great tips & recipes delivered to your inbox. SIGN ME UP Wooden Spoons ON SALE What's on sale near to you Hmm. Looks like these ingredients aren't on sale today INGREDIENTS
1/2 cup apple-cider vinegar, preferably unfiltered 1/3 cup sorghum syrup (available at natural-food stores) 1 tablespoon finely grated peeled fresh ginger (from a 2-inch piece) 24 ounces rye whiskey DIRECTIONS
Stir together vinegar, sorghum syrup, ginger, and 2 cups water in a nonreactive container. Cover and refrigerate at least 4 hours and up to 1 day. Strain; return to container and refrigerate, covered, up to 1 week.
For each drink, fill a cocktail shaker with ice. Pour in 1 1/2 ounces each vinegar mixture and whiskey. Shake well. Strain into a chilled coupe glass; serve.
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