A glass of Whisky Highball with ice

Toki Highball

A chilled highball beautifully brings out the inherent flavor and fullness of whisky. It also sets off the taste of various foods. Be sure to properly chill the glass, whisky, and soda first. For extra fragrance add lemon peel, which makes the flavor even more refreshing.

  • Easy
  • 1-3 minutes
  • Intense

ingredients and how to craft

What You Need

  • 45 Toki
  • 3 premium soda water
  • Grapefruit slice or lemon peel

The highball is a refreshing whisky drink, and the secret is not to overstir it so it doesn't lose its fizz. Also recommended is highball without ice, which lets you savor the whisky's flavor and sweetness more.

A glass of Whisky Highball with ice
Step 1

Fill a glass with ice and let chill

Step 2

Pour chilled whisky

Step 3


Step 4

Add chilled soda (3- 4 parts soda to 1 part whisky)

Step 5

Give a single stir from bottom to top with a bar spoon

Step 6

Add a twist of grapefruit or lemon citrus. Enjoy!

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On the Rocks

Simply add ice to whisky in your own dynamic style. The musical clink of the ice striking the glass with every sip is truly a delight.

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The perfect companion when you're unwinding. Once you get the hang of it you'll make a delicious whisky and water every time. Leisurely enjoy in your favorite glass.

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  • Intense
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