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STIR all ingredients with ice and strain into chilled glass.
Boozy and very subtly flavoured and edging very slightly towards being sweet.
Adapted from recipe first published by Charles H. Baker Jr. in his 1946 'Gentleman's Companion'.
There are approximately 158 calories in one serving of Gimlet Cocktail (Charles H. Baker's 1939 recipe).
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