Drinkable Avatars of Ginger
Maugham’s Cocktail Revived
Let’s look at some of the — basically alcoholic — avatars of Ginger:
Ginger Wine got popular in England during the Georgian era and is still available today. It traditionally comes in green bottles. There are also a number of recipes for making your own.
Ginger Wine is not a typical grape wine, but usually an infusion made with Ginger root or dried Ginger and sugar. Sometimes there are additional raisins or sultanas.
Some bartenders make their own Ginger-infused vodka for use in drinks like Ginger Gimlets. It is sometimes available commercially, or you can make your own using a recipe available on the Internet. 
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