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Recipe taken from the January 6, 2007 edition of The Wall Street Journal. 1 1/2 ounce boubon (or brandy, or gin, or no liquor at all) Lemon peel Ginger ale Carve the peel of a lemon so that it is one long, unbroken spiral. Arrange it in a highball glass so that one end touches the bottom of the glass and the other end is draped over the rim. Toss a few ice cubes down inside the spiral of lemon peel. Pour in the liquor, or don't. Fill with ginger ale.

Horse's Neck


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(posted January 11, 2007)

Recipe taken from the January 6, 2007 edition of The Wall Street Journal.

1 1/2 ounce boubon (or
brandy, or gin, or no liquor at all)
Lemon peel
Ginger
ale

Carve the
peel of a lemon so that it is one long, unbroken spiral. Arrange it in a highball glass so that one end touches the bottom of the glass and the other end is draped over the rim. Toss a few ice cubes down inside the spiral of lemon peel. Pour in the liquor, or don't. Fill with ginger
ale.


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