1 1⁄2 oz Gin, Plymouth
1⁄2 oz Aromatized wine, Lillet Blanc
Instructions

Shake with ice and strain into a chilled coupe. Garnish with a pinch of kosher salt.

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Created by
Greg Best, Atlanta, 2006
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authentic recipe
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PDT Cocktail Book

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  • Added a dash of orange bitters — ★★★
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Comments

Good balance; of the 3 ingredients you'd expect to be able to taste, you can taste them all equally.  But could use another layer of flavor: herbal or fizzy, maybe?


I feel like gin is the wrong alcohol for this. Also agree with another commenter that it lacks another layer or more depth. For a second drink, I swapped cachaca and added some bitters, and felt that was an improvement.