“This is one of my favourites, guaranteed after 3 im hammered. add in a few shots, there will be a kebab heaven on the way home! Rev have stopped doing these now the fools! but i have the recipe so ner! this is a good recipe to get mothers/ mother in laws / grans drunk on xmas day, or maybe family are all gin hags! i dont know. During my spell in university doing my psychology degree i worked in a popular chain of cocktail bars in the uk called revolution. i kept all my training materials, and my little laminated ingredient lists that i used to keep in my apron. i thought it was about time i updated them onto recipezaar. There are some revolution classics in this and also some that they dont do anymore at rev. I may be a bit vague on the floating parts of cocktails, i haven’t made them in a while. This may be a good excuse to! the reason why i specify using a glass tumbler to mix the drink in is purely for logistics- creating one drinks worth at a time by measuring it out in the serving glass and serving it in the same glass. its how we used to do it a rev, if your prefer to do it in a cocktail shaker thats fine just beware not to out too much ice in.”
READY IN:
5mins
SERVES:
1
UNITS:
US

Ingredients Nutrition

  • 50 ml gin (2 shots, Plymouth or Bombay saphire good choice)
  • 25 ml lime-flavored vodka (Finlandia lime)
  • 250 ml tonic water
  • 2 limes, juice of, squeezed

Directions

  1. half fill a 14 oz tumbler with ice, pour over vodka gin and limes.
  2. if using tumbler put the larger half of the cocktail shaker on the top of the glass tumbler hold tight and shake until their is condensation on outside of the cocktail shaker.
  3. pour back into tumbler with ice and pour over baby tonic, serve with two straws so you look sophistcated as you become as drunk as a skunk.

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