Ginger Limeade Recipe

As I mentioned in my last Sips post or if you follow me over on SnapChat you know that I love me a cocktail, and my newest obsession is attempting to be domestic (AKA learn to make things myself). Although the kitchen and I have not been the best of friends I am getting there. I hope you enjoy and follow along on my journey to learn to DIY in the kitchen or at the bar cart.

Ever since my San Francisco trip I have been craving Slanted Door, one of the best restaurants I have been to in a long, long time. The one item on the menu I could not get enough of was their Ginger Limeade. It’s sweet, sour and so refreshing for summer. This recipe Ashley created, and I have been replicating ever since, is a dead ringer for the original. Just trust me, ginger fan or not you are going to love this cocktail!

Get the step-by-step recipe here! Cheers!

Don’t forget to check out The Ultimate Margarita recipe too! It’s to die for.

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Ginger Limeade Cocktail

Serving Size: 6

Ginger Limeade Cocktail


  • 1 bottle of Hanger One Kaffir Lime Vodka
  • 4.25 oz Cointreau
  • 6 large pieces of Ginger
  • 17 oz Lime Juice
  • 2 cups Sugar
  • 2 cups Water
  • Candied Ginger (for optional garnish)


  • Make a Ginger Simple Syrup (Step 2-4)
  • Combine Sugar and water and heat on stove until sugar is dissolved.
  • Peel the Ginger, slice into small pieces, and then add this to the Simple Syrup. Turn the heat off the stove and let sit for 20 minutes.
  • IMPORTANT: Make sure you strain the Ginger pieces out of the syrup!
  • Juice limes and combine with Hanger One Vodka, Cointreau, and Simple Syrup.
  • Pour batch cocktail into a shaker with ice, shake until frothy, then serve in a glass with crushed ice, garnish with a lime slice and Candied Ginger, and enjoy!

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