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The Gin Rickey

The Gin Rickey

Simple perfection.

The Gin Rickey was the most popular drink in the 1920's! This enduring and classic cocktail is as easy to make as it is delicious.

Helpful hint: premium dry gin tastes better than bathtub gin.

Make it!

  • 1¼ oz. dry gin
  • ¼ oz. lime juice
  •  1 oz. seltzer



Pour gin over ice in an Old Fashioned glass. Those swanky, crystal cut ones are nice.
Squeeze about half a small lime into the drink and add a slice of lime for flair.
Top with seltzer.
Unplug, grab a copy of The Great Gatsby, find a comfy chair & get lost for a while.




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