Shake with ice, strain into a Collins glass, fill with crushed ice, garnish with a lemon twist, and add a straw.
Created for the low-proof section of Loyal Nine's cocktail menu. I wanted to put a Cobbler on for the warmer months, and Swedish punsch was freed up as we took another menu item off the list. I was inspired by how well Swedish punch works in two 1930s drinks: the Pimmeron with Pimm's and the Metexa with Lillet. To round off the drink, I added in some lemon juice and orange bitters and put it all over crushed ice. To play on the Cobbler as a cobbled ice drink and a shoe maker duality, I paid tribute to one of the lost factories of Cambridge, the Fenton Shoe Factory, that used to employ hundreds of workers in town. The Phantom aspect not only gave an air of mystery and somewhat suggested a lighter drink, it also acknowledges the leftover history concerns of an old factory site.