A 1919 classic created by Harry mcelhone at London's ciro club. Harry craddock then tweaked it
slightly for the savoy cocktail book calling for more gin rather than equal measures.
I've used Kew garden gin for this drink as it gives the drink an overall slightly sweeter floral taste rather than using dry gin.
This recipe is Harry craddock's version from the savoy cocktail book.
50 ml Kew Garden Gin
25 ml Cointreau
25 ml Lemon Juice
.Place all ingredients in a shaker
.Add ice and shake sharply
.Double strain into a chilled cocktail or Brandy ballon style glass
.Squeeze the oils from the lemon peel over the drink and discard the lemon peel