Gin Fizz | Cocktail Party

Gin Fizz

Gin Fizz cocktail with gin, lemon juice, simple syrup, and egg white

The Gin Fizz is the grandaddy of all fizz cocktails. We don’t know who first had the idea of shaking around an egg white with a bunch of gin and sugar, but we salute them!

Like all egg (or aquafaba) drinks, you should double-strain before serving – once through your cocktail strainer, and then through a fine wire-mesh strainer into the serving glass.

Don’t serve the Gin Fizz over ice; it’s meant to be served very cold and drunk very quickly, without any extra dilution.

Ingredients

Instructions

Shake all ingredients (except sparkling water) with ice and double-strain into a tall glass (no ice). Top with sparkling water.

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