Ramos Gin Fizz

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  • fayster posted 1 year ago

    I learned to love this drink at the Cadillac Bar in Nuevo Laredo. After walking & shopping in the dusty, hot streets to walk into the air conditioning, order frog legs or nachos and a Ramos Gin Fizz was amazing. I love to surprise guests with this drink. They love it...and the men especially (in my experience). Very refreshing; great recipe.

  • IFortuna posted 2 years ago

    Since I had this in Sausalito when I was a young women, it has been my favorite. The Trident Restaurant had the best. I could not find it ever after. Now, I am happy to have the recipe but am diabetic. I can imbibe a little and will use a sugar substitute because I have to. Thank you for this recipe. : )

  • johnniepop posted 3 years ago

    That's definitely a ladies drink. And I also find the 3 dashes of Orange flower water a bit too much. Excellent refresher otherwise.

  • Topanga Rose posted 5 years ago

    This is it! I lived in New Orleans for years, but then it was mostly 'Cuba Libre" time.
    A memorable Ramos was served me in San Francisco, so I got my recipe there.
    The seltzer is a real addition to this drink, and so is the increase in cream. I use
    even more cream and also more lime, but yours is classique
    kiss/kiss and Thanks!

  • nolabartender posted 7 years ago

    seems like way to much orange flower h20 and citrus and not enough cream.....would be way off.


    2 oz Gin (Old tom if you got it)
    .5oz Lemon
    .5oz Lime
    1 oz Simple Syrup (1:1)
    1 oz Cream
    5-7 drops Orange flower water (to taste)
    egg white
    seltzer (add at the bottom of the collins glass to get nice rising effect at the top about 2 oz)
    orange garnish

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Beefeater Basil Gimlet


1 oz Agave syrup (1 part agave nectar, 1 part water)
6  Fresh basil leaves
2 oz Beefeater London dry gin
1 oz Fresh lime juice


How to Make:

  1. Add the agave syrup and basil leaves into a shaker and muddle lightly.
  2. Add the gin, lime juice and ice, and shake until well-chilled.
  3. Double strain contents into a chilled coupe and garnish with a fresh basil leaf.
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