|2||oz||Rhum Agricole, Neisson blanc|
|1⁄2||oz||Prosecco (to top)|
|1||Lemon peel (as garnish)|
Combine first four ingredients in shaker over cracked ice. Prepare a collins glass with a horse's neck garnish and cracked ice. Shake and strain into the glass; Top with a 1/2 oz prosecco (club soda is an acceptable substitute) for texture.
A drier, lighter take on the Jungle Bird. Effervescent, notes of summer grass and a splendid pink hue. Luxardo Triplum is essential to the taste of this drink, as it has a slightly nutty/pithy flavor that works well with Neisson and Campari. (Cointreau is too sweet.) If Luxardo Triplum is not available, the Luxardo Apricot works well.
Created as a variation of the classic Jungle Bird; the City Bird also works as a lighter, "session" counterpart to the rich blackstrap version Giuseppe Gonzalez popularized in NYC a couple of years later. We used this on a summer menu back in 2011.
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