Ingredients: 1 oz Benedictine, 3 oz whiskey. Stir with ice and strain into a glass with ice; top with ginger ale.
Source: The Cocktail Bible
I think this cocktail absorbed the last of my Benedictine. Sadface. Anyway, it sounds great, doesn’t it? How can you go wrong with Benedictine AND whiskey AND ginger ale? In actuality, though, it reminded me of a horse’s neck. As in, it made me wish I was drinking a horse’s neck. Whomp-whomp. It was the whiskey that did it; I should have just added Benedictine and left it at that.