Clover Club

1 12 oz Gin
34 oz Dry vermouth
34 oz Lemon juice
14 oz Raspberry syrup
12   Egg white
Dry shake, add ice, shake hard to incorporate egg whites. Strain into cocktail glass. A few raspberries on a pick as garnish is nice when in season.
The original recipe posted was 5 raspberries muddled into 1.75 oz. dry gin, 1/2 oz ea. lemon juice and simple and an egg white.
Originally, this was 1:1:1:1 with 1/2 an egg white.
From other users
  • Haven't tried the raspberry version. I've used 1.5 oz gin, 0.5 oz homemade grenadine, 0.75 oz lemon, and egg white. — ☆☆☆☆
  • Use 3:1:1:1 ratio. Homemade raspberry syrup. 1 egg white for 2 drinks works well. — ☆☆☆☆☆
  • Made with rhubarb syrup (scant 1/2 oz.). And a full egg white which really was too much. — ☆☆☆
  • 3/8 oz raspberry syrup; Substitute 3/4 oz grenadine, omit vermouth for Joy's version — ☆☆☆☆☆
  • Amazing with 2 oz Tanqueray, 3/4 oz lemon juice, 1/2 ounce 2:1 simple syrup, 5 raspberries, and 1 egg white. Used milk frother to "dry shake" and garnished with lemon peel. — ☆☆☆☆☆
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Various different versions of

Various different versions of this recipe use grenadine or raspberry syrup in place of the raspberries, and/or dry vermouth. For example, see Julie Reiner's spec from Clover Club in NY - 1.5 Gin, 1/2 dry vermouth, 1/2oz raspberry syrup, 1/2oz lemon juice.

Cocktailian's picture

the PDT recipe: 2oz Plymouth

the PDT recipe: 2oz Plymouth Gin, 3/4oz lemon juice, 1/2oz simple syrup, 1 bsp Bonne Mamman raspberry preserves, and 1 egg white. Dry shake, shake w/ ice, and strain into a chilled egg coupe

sjdiaz21's picture

I honestly have never made

I honestly have never made the version with dry vermouth before, but from the ratios that Cold Glass gives, it sounds fantastic. No objections from me.

Zachary Pearson's picture

I made this both ways

I made this both ways tonight, and it definitely needs the dry vermouth. I also like the 6:3:3:1 ratio. Interestingly, the raspberry + lemon makes pink grapefruit in the same way the Jasmine does with Campari + lemon.



A nice Clover Club can be

A nice Clover Club can be made by muddling 5 or 6 fresh raspberries in 1/2 oz (homemade) grenadine (J. Morgenthaler's recipe with a little extra orange flower water). I use half and half Dolin Blanc and Dry. Strain well and garnish with 4 raspberries on a bamboo pick. I've made them with Hayman's Old Tom, Boodles, and Plymouth Navy Strength gin - all are very good!