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SUNDAY SESH // CHARLIE CHAPLIN

April 28, 2019

SUNDAY SESH // CHARLIE CHAPLIN

 

 

This Sunday Sesh we are raising our glasses to the Charlie Chaplin !

 

This cocktail was named after comedy legend Charlie Chaplin, the English slapstick comic actor of the silent film era, who was at the height of his career when this cocktail was created some time between 1910 and 1919. The Charlie Chaplin is a drink of equal measures and is a gentle mix of flavours. This cocktail was once the premiere drink at the Waldorf-Astoria!

 

 - Dust off that cocktail shaker and get in!

 

Ingredients:

 

  • 30ml Sloe Gin
  • 30ml Apricot Brandy
  • 30ml Lime Juice

     

    Method:

    • Add the Sloe Gin, Apricot Brandy, lime juice, and ice to cocktail shaker
    • Fill with ice cubes and shake well for 30 seconds
    • Strain into a glass and garnish with a lime wedge
    • Make another round and repeat!

     

     

     

     

     

     


     




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