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What 'Dry' Labels Mean For
Ginger Ale
By Camryn Teder
Dry ginger ales are known for having an incredibly pungent ginger flavor, which can be too much for many drinkers to take.
This unique taste is the result of careful work that has been fine-tuned over many years, and manufacturers use specific techniques to craft their beverages.
Schweppes, for example, uses a particular ginger blend, a complex process of steeping and cold pressing, and a finishing touch of citrus oils and chilis.
A dry ginger ale is not for the faint of heart, as there's no casual sipping. This drink demands your full attention and even concentration.
If you are an avid lover of ginger, dry ginger ale is all about the unfiltered flavor of that sought-after root, and it can kick your mint mocktails up a notch.