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POUR ingredients into ice-filled glass and gently stir.
Basically a rum and ginger ale Highball but Lincoln Club Cooler has more of a ring to it.
Adapted from a drink originally published in George J. Kappeler's 1895 Modern American Drinks. Kappeler's original recipe called for St. Croix rum.
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