Gin Fizz Masterclass
The first printed reference to a fizz (spelled "fiz") is in the 1887 edition of Jerry Thomas' Bartender's Guide, which contains six fizz recipes. The Fizz became widely popular in America between 1900 and the 1940s. Known as a hometown specialty of New Orleans, the Gin Fizz was so popular that bars would employ scrums of bartenders working in teams that would take turns shaking the fizzes. Demand for fizzes went international as evidenced by the inclusion of the cocktail in the French cookbook L'Art Culinaire Francais published in 1950.
- 1 cockatil shaker
- 1 cocktail strainer
- 1 potato masher
How To Make
Add the club soda to your chosen glass and set aside.
Mix all the remaining ingredients into a shaker and shake for about 10 seconds.
Add 3 ice cubes to the shaker and shake again for a good 5-10 seconds. The better the shake, the better the drink!
Double-strain into the glass.
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