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highball

Chiefly US
(originally in railway use) a signal that the way ahead is clear and one may proceed
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PIMM'S COCKTAIL Ingredients Serves 1 4cl Pimm's Sprite lemonade A cocktail cherry, or perhaps some orange slices and strawberries Directions Pour the shot of Pimm's into a tall highball glass.
Run Rabbit Run's Enzo Luna and pastry chef Don Carpio also made it on the finalists' list with their highball rendition of a Filipino breakfast combination of pan de sal and batirol.
Until tonight, April 28, Jim Beam pop-up bar is serving 'Japanese-style' highball made via draft machines at the central amphitheater in Bonifacio High Street, Taguig (P120 each, buy three, get one free).
Pour into highball glasses and top with Sprite or 7-UP and garnish with sprig of mint
Ingredients: 35ml IPA Caskmates, 100ml premium Indian tonic water, 2 dashes of orange bitters, lemon wedge Method: Fill a highball with ice.
"For a gin and tonic, my preferred vessel is an elegant highball.
A Suntory highball, made by mixing Scotch-reminiscent Japanese liquor with soda water and a lemon, is both peaty and effervescent.
Method: Pour all ingredients into a chilled, salt rimmed highball glass filled with ice cubes and garnish with a zest of grapefruit.
Aside from the Mizunara; Chivas 12, Chivas Extra, and two kinds of whisky cocktails ( Japonism Fragrance and Mizunara Highball) were also served in the tasting event.
Take a chunky highball and throw the mint leaves in.
Phil Grigg, an open water instructor from Cannock, was part of a crack team from the British Sub-Aqua Club who recovered the perfectly preserved 'Highball' bombs.