Horse’s Neck

Horse’s Neck – so called because a long spiral of lemon rind hangs over the rim of the glass – is a refreshing long, cold cocktail. The alcohol varies according to the country in which you live, the British use brandy, the Americans prefer whisky, or even gin. The recipe below is a basic one. finely pared rind of 1 lemon, in one piece 2 fl. oz. – cup brandy, whisky or gin 8 fl. oz. ginger ale 2 ice cubes

Hang the lemon rind on the rim of a tall glass. Add the remaining ingredients and stir with a long-handled spoon, being careful not to disturb the lemon rind. Serve at once.

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