Shake with ice and strain into an ice filled Tiki mug.


Named for Angus Winchester, brand ambassador for Tanqueray.

Cocktail summary
Created by
Brian Miller, Death & Co.
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authentic recipe
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4.5 stars
(20 ratings)
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  • Merged two gins, made one portion, and split it with a friend. Excellent!
  • Makes a huge cocktail. A huge yummy cocktail. — ★★★★★
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This is a ridiculous and wonderful cocktail. Nice and tart, great sweetness and color. A sneak attack. The St-G is under-pronounced; my only complaint. 4.5/5.

Curated this. Changed out Beefeater for Martin Miller Westbourne, removed Fee Bros. as the grenadine, all as per the link. Thanks, Zachary

Joining the chorus of voices loving this drink.  I made it with Ransom Old Tom, Broker's, and Hendricks.  Very lovely indeed.