Jockey Club | Cocktail Party

Jockey Club

Jockey Club cocktail with gin and amaretto

Early versions of the Jockey Club called for Crème de Noyaux, a difficult-to-find almond liqueur that has only recently been re-introduced to the wider spirits market.

Crème de Noyaux isn’t for everyone; it has an herbal undercurrent that some folks find off-putting. This tweaked version from mixologist Gaz Regan calls for amaretto instead, and updates the proportion for a flavor more suited to modern tastes. That said, if you’re a fan of Crème de Noyaux, do give it a shot here!

Ingredients

Instructions

Shake with ice and strain into a chilled cocktail glass.

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