This cocktail was invented in France, likely at the Carlton Hotel in Cannes (French Riviera). It became an instant hit in London. In 1922, Robert Vermeire from the Embassy Club published the first evidence of this recipe in the recipe book 'Cocktails - How to Mix Them.'
You will need a coupe glass and a cocktail shaker for this cocktail.
Being served in a uncommon glass will bring some surprise as well. Double walled glasses will keep the cocktail colder for a longer time.
Choose one out of the 3 citrus zests below to add in your drink.
If you are having guests over, present each of the choices of garnishes in a garnish holder of your choice and place them on a bar counter for your guests to help themselves.
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