Southside Cocktail

Giniferous Gin

With its convoluted historical origins, The Southside Cocktail is an easy and delicious cocktail to add to your repertoire. While New York’s 21 Club lays claim to a famous, potentially Prohibition era recipe, the origin of the Southside could go back even further to the Southside Sportsmen’s Club in Long Island. Similar to a Gimlet and Tom Collins and even the Mojito (with gin replacing the rum), The Southside is deliciously simple and a great cocktail to add to your repertoire.

Glass:

Rocks or Collins

Ingredients:

1.5 ounce PostModern Spirits Giniferous Gin
0.75 ounce Lime Juice
0.75 ounce Simple Syrup
Fresh Mint

Garnish:

Mint Sprig

Method:

Smack or muddle mint with simple syrup, add lime juice, gin and ice & shake. Strain into an ice filled Rocks glass. Garnish with fresh mint sprig.

Tasting Notes:

Bright mint compliments subtle lime and citrus forward Giniferous Gin.

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