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First memorialized in writing in 1876 by "the father of American mixology" Jerry Thomas, this 'Gin and Sparkling Lemonade' drink typically is served in a Collins glass over ice.
[Aperitif] [Classic] [Happy Hour] [Party] [Refreshing]
|Ingredients [ oz | cl ]||[ My Bar ]|
|2 oz Old Tom Gin||[ Add ]|
|1 oz Lemon Juice||[ Add ]|
|2 dashes Simple Syrup||[ Add ]|
|3 oz Club Soda||[ Add ]|
Volume: 6.1 oz
Alcohol units: 2.4 standard drinks
Alcohol by volume (ABV): 13%
Times viewed: 96086
Average Score: 8.8 (18 votes)
By 1878, the Tom Collins was being served in the bar rooms of New York City and elsewhere. Identified as 'a favorite drink in demand everywhere' in the 1878 edition of The Modern Bartender's Guide by O. H. Byron
The classic refreshing summer drink
A fantastic twist on the Tom Collins. Very simple to make, just replace the traditional sugar syrup with Monin Gingerbread syrup (NOT to be confused with Ginger Syrup). Try with care, you won't want a normal Tom Collins again after trying this
A strong drink that can please all crowd smooth finish.
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Added by David on 2009-04-23 20:29:39
Last updated on 2009-08-31 11:58:07