Instructions

Build in a highball glass over ice. Add tonic and stir.

History

A London style gin for the club, Campari for the bitter red spirit, and Combier for the French manager

Cocktail summary
Picture of All Hail to the Arsenal
2011 Kindred Cocktails
Created by
Jason Westplate, Ryan Ebling
Year
2013
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  • refreshing. I subbed bitters (black walnut + a two drops of homemade vanilla) — ★★★★
  • Almost want more bitter out of it. — ★★★★
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Comments

<br />For years, a Gin & Tonic has been a standard for me, especially on hot summer days. After drinking "All Hail To The Arsenal" it has taken over that long revered spot. It's more complex in taste: Consider instead of gin, tonic, and lime juice, you now have also more lime juice, Campari, Triple Sec, and Bittercube Cherry Bark Vanilla Bitters. A far more complex drink, indeed. Some may find Camparai's bitterness unpleasant despite the addition of other ingredients. Perhaps reducing the amount of Campari from 1oz to 3/4 oz may do the trick. Others may want to reduce the lime juice to 3/4 oz. I was hesitant to put 1 oz of lime juice, but in my opinion, it worked ouf fine. Try, experiment, and imbibe what I consider to be a fine summer drink.