2⁄3 oz Gin, Plymouth
2⁄3 oz Sweet vermouth
2⁄3 oz Dry vermouth
1 twst Orange peel (as garnish)
Instructions

Stir (or shake), strain, up, twist.

Cocktail summary
Created by
William Boothby credits it as "a la Billy Malloy, Pittsburgh, PA" in his book The World's Drinks and How To Mix Them.
Year
1908
Is an
authentic recipe
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  • Drank while watching The Thin Man, where Nick schools the bartenders on how to shake cocktails: a Bronx to a 2 step. Prefer: 2 gin, 3/4 sweet, 3/4 dry, 1 orange juice, orange bitters. Used cocchi vermouth. — ★★★
  • Gary Regan's Formula: 2 oz gin (Tanqueray, Boodles) 1 oz orange juice ¼–½ oz dry vermouth (Dolin Blanc, Noilly Prat French Dry) ¼–½ oz sweet vermouth (Carpano Antica) 2 dashes orange bitters (Bitter Truth Orange Bitters)
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