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SHAKE first four ingredients with ice and fine strain into glass filled with crushed ice. TOP with small dash soda.
Lemon & orange zest twists
Light, fresh and fruity. Perfect for a summer's afternoon.
Recipe adapted from Harry Johnson's 1888 'Bartender's Manual'.
There are approximately 269 calories in one serving of Whiskey Daisy #2.
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