Horse’s Neck

December 30, 2021
Horse'S Neck Brandy Bourbon Ginger Ale Bitters Iced Cocktail

Dating back to the late 19th century, the Horse’s Neck is identifiable by its long curly lemon peel. It was first served with just ginger beer and bitters, in 1910 the brandy “kick” was added. The drink can also be found using bourbon instead of brandy.

It falls in the “cooler” category, a class of drinks whose name advertises exactly what it tries to accomplish. It joins the Dark ‘n’ Stormy, Tom Collins, and Pimm’s Cup family.

Ingredients

1 oz BRANDY, Or bourbon
3 oz GINGER ALE
1 dash(es) BITTERS, Angostura
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