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White Lady of Harrington

A variation of the classic ‘sour’ style cocktail, the White Lady was first recorded by Harry Craddock (one of the Savoy’s most prolific Head Bartenders) who references it in his 1930’s Savoy Cocktail Book, so we do know it has great heritage.  We love it because our very own Falls Farm is notoriously haunted by a restless, once murderous- now guilt ridden lady of the manor - known locally as the 'White Lady of Harrington'.

Ingredients:

  • 40ml Warner Edwards Harrington Dry Gin
  • 10ml Maraschino liqueur
  • 10ml Contreau
  • 20ml Lemon juice

Garnish:

Lemon twist and optional edible flower.

Glassware:

Coupette.

Method:

Shake all ingredients together with ice and pour into coupette glass, straining out the ice.

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