Gin Fizz

Gin Fizz

  • 1 ½ parts Bombay Sapphire gin

  • ½ part lemon juice

  • 2 dashes orange blossom water

  • ⅓ part sugar syrup

  • 2 parts cream

  • 1 egg white

  • 1 dash soda water

  • cubed ice

1. You can either buy pre-mixed sugar syrup or if you want to make your own. Put all of the ingredients into a shaker without ice and shake hard to help the egg white turn to foam



2. Put ice into the shaker and shake hard for another 20 seconds to chill the liquid really well



3. Strain the mix into a glass filled with ice and top up your glass with soda water

Gin Fizz

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A fizz has to have two things: citrus and… well… fizz. To that we’ve added some aromatic orange blossom and egg white to give it a creamy texture.
Method

1. You can either buy pre-mixed sugar syrup or if you want to make your own. Put all of the ingredients into a shaker without ice and shake hard to help the egg white turn to foam

2. Put ice into the shaker and shake hard for another 20 seconds to chill the liquid really well

3. Strain the mix into a glass filled with ice and top up your glass with soda water

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