Originating at the Detroit Athletic Club in the 1920s, this cocktail was long forgotten until Murray Stenson of Seattle rediscovered a recipe in Ted Saucier’s Bottom’s Up! (1951). We make ours with Old Tom Gin because it was the most common and prevalent style of gin during Prohibition. Try a Final Ward (P. Ward) – substituting rye for the gin and lemon juice for the lime.
0.75 Green Chartreuse
0.75 oz Maraschino
Prep: Shake, strain and garnish.