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17 Dec
2013

Blenheim Ginger Ale is one of America’s oldest independent soft drink companies. We have been using natural ingredients to craft the finest fiery ginger ale on the market. Located on the grounds of the South of the Border tourist complex, we produce small batches with care and love. Although this makes Blenheim Ginger Ale a little more difficult to obtain, the best things in life come with a bit of work.

The El Diablo Cocktail made with Blenheim Ginger Ale

Good Ole Blenheim Ginger Ale is an incredible cocktail mixer. Our kicked up blast of ginger flavor takes any drink to the next level. Our feature drink this time is the El Diablo, which was invented by Victor Jules Bergeron Jr. who founded Trader Vic’s. Trader Vic’s is a Polynesian-themed restaurant chain that began in the 1930’s in Oakland, California. They are also the originator of the Mai Tai cocktail. The recipe for the El Diablo can be found in their cook book “Trader Vic’s Book of Food and Drinks” published in 1946 by Doubleday Publishing.

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To make the El Diablo you will need: 

  • Half a lime
  • Cracked ice
  • 2 ounces reposado tequila
  • 1/2 ounce creme de cassis
  • Good Ole Blenheim Ginger Ale-Your favorite flavor

Squeeze the half lime into a highball glass and then drop the spent half into the glass.
Pack with cracked ice and then add the tequila and crème de cassis. Stir gently.
Top with our spicy ginger ale and enjoy responsibly.

Free Blenheim Ginger Ale T-shirt with Case Purchase

Fans on the Blenheim Ginger Ale Facebook Page were the first to get this great offer. During the holiday season of 2013 we will include a free t-shirt when you order a case of our spicy ginger ale. Join us on Facebook so you can get the latest offers, news and updates about Good Ole Blenheim.

If you need to find Blenheim Ginger Ale near you, our Store Locator is a great tool. You can also order our spicy ginger ale from the Blenheim Online Store.

Do you have a favorite drink, food or cocktail recipe that make with one of our spicy ginger ale products? Leave a comment below and we might feature it in an upcoming blog post.

 

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