Want to sip a frothy, creamy and delicious cocktail that will leave your senses in pure delight? Ramos Gin Fizz is a perfect fusion of flavours. A simple cocktail recipe and a whole lot of flavours, this gin cocktail is an ideal choice for special occasions like house parties, casual get-togethers or spirited celebrations. The roots of this gin-fizz cocktail date back to the 1880s. Originally it was called the New Orleans Fizz and later it was renamed Ramos Gin Fizz, to honour its creator.
This gin cocktail recipe features Gordon’s London Dry Gin, fresh citrus, a dash of orange blossom water and a splash of delightful heavy cream. Add egg whites to the mix and you get a foamy cocktail that will please your palate and leave you wanting more.
Gordon’s London Dry is touted as the ginniest of gins. A meticulous distillation process and a heritage that spans over 250 years and has this a true masterpiece. Gordon’s London Dry gin accentuates a bold juniper-forward flavour profile with hints of coriander, angelica, and liquorice and is a triple-distilled gin. A mild finish and crisp and refreshing flavours make Gordon’s London Dry gin a perfect choice for your gin cocktail recipes.
The addition of egg whites helps in creating that perfect frothy texture. Don’t forget to dry-shake the drink before adding the ice. With its creamy, fizzy texture and complex flavour profile, the Ramos Gin Fizz cocktail will add a whole new dimension to your occasions.
Using a cocktail jigger or a measuring cup, measure and pour 60ml of Gordon’s London Dry gin, 15ml of simple syrup, 30ml of heavy cream, 15ml of lime, 15ml of lemon juice, and 2 dashes of orange blossom water into the cocktail shaker.
Gently separate the egg white from the yolks and add it to the cocktail shaker.
Dry-shake the ingredients vigorously without adding any ice.
Next, fill the cocktail shaker with ice and shake again. Shake until the surface of the shaker feels chilled and the ingredients are well incorporated.
Using a cocktail strainer, strain the mixture into a chilled Tom Collins glass. This will remove any unwanted pieces of ice or impurities from the drink resulting in a smooth and frothy concoction.
Next, pour a little bit of club soda back and forth between the empty halves of the shaker and then add it to the drink.
Top off the Ramos Gin Fizz with the remaining club soda.
Serve and enjoy!