1 1⁄2 oz Gin, Beefeater (or equally dry gin)

Shake and double strain into a coupe.


Orange bitters may be used in place of celery bitters.

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  • I used Tangueray Rangpur. Also the 1.75 oz gin and 0.75 oz lime. Very good. I think the celery bitters are important but haven't actually tried it with the orange.
  • Like a Diet Last Word. Straightforward and extremely easy to drink. — ★★★
  • Shift lime juice to 0.75 oz, gin to 1.75 oz — ★★★
  • Surprisingly dry and refreshing. Uncomplicated. Good, but not spectacular. — ★★★
  • Forced to use orange bitters, but tasting it I can imagine celery bitters working really well. — ★★★★
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