Red rose petal
SHAKE first 5 ingredients with ice and strain back into shaker. DRY SHAKE (without ice) and slowly pour 2/3rds of the contents of the shaker from a higher than normal height into a chilled empty glass (no ice in glass) while simultaneously pouring soda with your other hand. The cocktail and soda should form a single stream of liquid falling into the glass.
As when pouring a Guinness, to achieve a perfect head on a fizz, the cocktail should be left to settle for at least a minute before topping off with what remains in the shaker. Ideally, during the settling period, the glass should be placed in a glass froster/fridge/freezer. As the final contents of the shaker are poured into the glass so the head should rise like a souffle.
|2 fl oz||Old Tom Gin|
|1 fl oz||Suco fresco de Limão|
|1⁄2 fl oz||Xarope de Framboesa (1 de suco para 1.5 de açúcar)|
|3 gota||Água de Flor de Laranjeira|
|2⁄3 fl oz||Clara de ovo pasteurizada|
|Completar com||Thomas Henry Soda Water|
A Gin Fizz with pleasing rich raspberry notes.
Adapted from a recipe in Charles H. Baker's 1939 The Gentleman's Companion, a book of travel memoirs and recipes. He discovered this "Colourful, eye-filling experience" of a libation at the Strangers Club in Colon, Panama.