|1||oz||Lime juice (or lemon)|
|4||dr||Bitters, Angostura (as garnish)|
Shake without ice, then add ice and shake again until frothy. Strain into chilled flute. Garnish with drops of bitters.
Both Chile and Peru claim this as their drink. The South American "Limon" is closer to the North American lime.
From other users
- Can increase simple to 3/4 or 1 oz for those with sweeter taste
- It has been suggested that I should make this with a teaspoon of superfine raw sugar in place of the simple syrup, and a meyer lemon or a key lime. It sounds interesting.
- Per comments, went a little fat with the syrup.
- Spring Break
- Increase syrup a bit
- Classic for a reason.
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