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The Bronx is a cocktail invented in 1908 by Johnnie Solon, the bartender of the Waldor-Astoria in New York. This recipe had its hour of glory between 1910 and 1920 and then fell into disuse in favour of drier cocktails such as the Dry Martini. The Bronx, a rather sweet cocktail thanks to the addition of orange juice.


  • 4,5 cl of Gin
  • 0,75 cl of Dry Vermtouh
  • 0,75 cl of Sweet Vermouth
  • Dash of bitter
  • 3 cl of Orange juice



In a shaker filled with ice cubes, pour the gin, red vermouth, dry vermouth and orange juice. Close the shaker tightly and shake for a few seconds. Pour the drink into a previously chilled cocktail glass, straining the ice through a cocktail strainer.

To prepare a Red Lion for 10, 20, 30 or 40 people, simply multiply the quantities indicated in the original recipe by the number of glasses desired.


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