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POUR first two ingredients into ice-filled glass and TOP with ginger ale. Stir and serve with straws.
The Buck can be improved by adding a dash of liqueur appropriate to the spirit base. E.g. add a dash of Grand Marnier to a Brandy Buck.
The recipe above is for a Gin Buck, but this drink can also be based on brandy, calvados, rum, whiskey, vodka etc.
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SHAKE all ingredients with ice and fine strain into chilled glass.
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