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Jockey Club

Jockey Club cocktail with gin and amaretto

Early versions of the Jockey Club called for Crème de Noyaux instead of amaretto, which made for a strange taste that didn’t prove popular over the decades. Mixilogist Gaz Regan discovered the old recipe, tweaked the proportions and made a few substitutions, producing the infinitely superior grog shown here.

Ingredients

Instructions

Shake with ice and strain into a chilled cocktail glass.

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