A B O U T
Named after a popular practical joke spreading across New York around 1874. New Yorkers would tell individuals that a Tom Collins was in a particular bar speaking very critically about them but when the individual went to the bar asking for Tom Collins they would receive the cocktail instead. Clean, crisp, and dangerously drinkable.
I N G R E D I E N T S
- 50ml Langley’s Old Tom
- 20ml Lemon Juice
- 10ml Sugar Syrup
- Topped with Soda
Tasting Note: a refreshing alternative to the G&T, the sweetness of the Old Tom partners perfectly with the lemon juice, allowing the flavours to stand out with the neutrality of soda.
M E T H O D
1). Fill Collins glass with ice.
2). Add 50ml of Langley’s Old Tom Gin.
3). Add lemon juice, and sugar syrup and soda to glass, stir.
4). Garnish with lemon wedge and cherry.