South Side Cocktail, 1930’s Cocktail

The South Side cocktail, our first black and white episode. This episode comes complete with humor, classic cocktail and a challenge to taste something just a bit different and old school.

It’s an old fashioned with gin, a bit of muted mint without a lot of mojito-like mint flavor. A good well-focused core gin spirit cocktail that’s easy to make. Finally, something that can curb the juniper of a tanqueray cocktail; earthy medicinal flavor.

South Side Cocktail
2 oz. Gin, 3/4 oz. Gomme Syrup, 3/4 oz. Fresh Lime Juice, 12 Mint Leaves (or a few sprigs), 3 Dashes Aromatic Bitters

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