1 twst Orange peel (as garnish)

Stir, strain, straight up, cocktail glass


Fred Yarm or Cocktail Virgin Slut recommends Ransom Old Tom and Noilly Prat vermouth. If made with sweet vermouth, it's a Vancouver.

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Posted by Dan on 6/06/2010
Created by
Modern American Drinks, George J. Kappeler
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  • Doubled the gin
  • Need to fiddle with the bitters.
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Nice. Not spectacular. This would be a good drink to introduce an assertive Old Tom (Ransoms, f'rinstance) to someone who "doesn't like gin". For me, who emphatically does like gin, it seems to play against the strengths of the spirit.

spry commented on 12/24/2014:

I agree that the gin is lost in this recipe. I bumped up the gin to 1.75 oz and it was much better.