Posted by Eddy PARAME on Oct 21, 2019
Red Lion was invented in London in 1933 in a competition organized by Booth's Gin Distillery. This recipe won the 1st prize and its author named it after the oldest Booth's Gin distillery. The red lion is the brand's emblem. A gin-based Red Lion, served in a cocktail glass.
Pour the gin, Grand Marnier, orange juice and lemon juice into a shaker half filled with ice cubes. Strike for about ten seconds and then pass through a cocktail glass holding the ice in place with 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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