The Brandy de Jerez is one of the many cocktails that are served today. It's made with ingredients like dark rum, brandy, lemon juice, cinnamon, and sugar syrup. This cocktail was created by Antonio Guzman y Vallejo in the 19th century to commemorate his marriage to Margarita Rodriguez de Jerez.
This cocktail is still sold today at many bars and restaurants around the world. It is a Spanish alcoholic drink made from white wine which is produced by the distillation of high-quality, fruity white wines which are subsequently aged in oak barrels within the Sherry.
2 ounces Brandy de Jerez
4 ounces ginger ale
½ tsp orange bitters
1. Fill a highball glass with ice.
2. Add the brandy, ginger ale, and orange bitters. Stir.