An interesting twist on a Gin Rickey
1 oz Gin, Tanqueray Rangpur
1 oz Gin, Hendrick's
4 oz Soda water, Dr. Brown's Cel-Ray
1 sli Lime
1 sli Cucumber
Pour gins into an ice filled highball glass. Top off with Cel-Ray and stir. Add a slice each of lime and cucumber
Dr. Brown's Cel-Ray soda has been sold as a bottled soda since 1886, and was originally developed to treat immigrant children in NY. The original seltzer contained celery seeds and sugar. I love the old world celery flavor the soda contains, and it goes perfectly with the bright botanicals of gin.
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Simple and enjoyable. A nice

Simple and enjoyable. A nice way to bring the gins together. A good alternative to a gin and tonic.

Cocktailian's picture

thanks a lot--i'm a big fan

thanks a lot--i'm a big fan of the components, and they're often overpowered by other elements in a cocktail.

Zachary Pearson's picture

Curated this slightly -

Curated this slightly - changed Rangpur Gin to Gin, Tanqueray Rangpur. Changed Celery soda water to soda water.