Horses Neck Cocktail – A Refreshing Bourbon Ginger Cocktail

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This was the Irish Mule before ordering an Irish Mule became a thing. Dating back to the 1890s this drink as originally a non alcoholic drink that folks started to fortify with brandy or whiskey because, why not? Only real difference between this and an Irish Mule is this drink has a large lemon peel for flavor where as an Irish Mule has a bit of lime juice for that citrus flavor.

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Horses Neck Cocktail – A Refreshing Bourbon Ginger Cocktail

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Course: DrinksCuisine: American
Servings

1

servings
Calories

225

kcal
ABV

11%

Total time

3

minutes

Learn how to make a classic Horses Neck.

Ingredients

  • 2 oz Bourbon

  • 5 oz Ginger Beer

Directions

  • Cut a long peel from a lemon and place it in the glass filled with ice.
  • Simply combine both ingredients and ice into the serving glass.
  • Give the drink a few turns to mix and chill.

Notes

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