The Story Behind The Citrus Highball
Highballs are one of my favorite drinks to make at home, especially after a long day. Not only is this recipe super easy with only two ingredients, it’s also beautifully balanced.
- 1 ½ ounces Aperol
- 4 ounces grapefruit soda
- Orange twist for garnish (optional)
- Pour Aperol into a Highball glass with ice and top with grapefruit soda.
- Stir, and then garnish with an orange twist, if using.
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