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Perhaps the hardest part about a Cooler is its garnish. It is also what differentiates it from what might otherwise be called a highball. The garnish is a long continuous spiral of a whole lemon, lime, and/or orange peel, which is placed into a Collins glass before adding the ice, a spirit, and then topping it off with soda water.
 
Perhaps the hardest part about a Cooler is its garnish. It is also what differentiates it from what might otherwise be called a highball. The garnish is a long continuous spiral of a whole lemon, lime, and/or orange peel, which is placed into a Collins glass before adding the ice, a spirit, and then topping it off with soda water.

Latest revision as of 16:17, 11 March 2019

  • Spirit
  • Soda

Served in an ice filled glass. Garnished with a long spiral of citrus peel.

Perhaps the hardest part about a Cooler is its garnish. It is also what differentiates it from what might otherwise be called a highball. The garnish is a long continuous spiral of a whole lemon, lime, and/or orange peel, which is placed into a Collins glass before adding the ice, a spirit, and then topping it off with soda water.

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