1 1⁄2 oz Mastika
2 oz Club soda
Instructions

Shake lemon juice and mastka with ice, top with soda

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Mastika is the liqueur made from the resin of the gum mastic tree, found near Chios, Greece. There's several brands available in the United States. It's sweet, so the sour and soda help cut it a bit, but the piney, resinous flavor makes a unique drink. I serve these at cocktail nights and always get requests for more.