"Drink! For you know not whence you came nor
Drink! For you know not why you go nor where."
--Edward Fitzgerald (1809- 1883)
Mind Caviar, Vol. 2 Summer Issue, 2001
Caviar loves nothing better than "Food, Sex, Literature and Art". If you
are a gourmand and appreciate Russian caviar, fine wines, pate, truffles
and decadent desserts, may we suggest you visit our sponsors? Click the
on graphic for the feast of a lifetime...
Ramos Gin Fizz
Not Just For Breakfast Anymore!
1-1/2 ounces good gin (recommended
or Bombay Sapphire)
Orange flower water can be difficult to find, but is available
in better liquor stores or Middle-Eastern markets. You can also obtain
it from Martin's Wine Cellar
in New Orleans, (800) 298-4274, 3827 Baronne Street, New Orleans, Louisiana.
If you absolutely cannot find orange flower water, try using a teaspoon
of orange juice. It won't be the same though, I promise you.
1. This is a bit of a pain in the ass, but that is why Ramos needed 35 bartenders to help make and serve them on Mardi Gras days past, so please bear with me. But you already know that! You either mail-ordered ++Orange flower water or traipsed over to Martin's to go buy some already.Here's a Tip:
If you want to make it easy to clean up, either keep making Gin Fizzes as your guests drink them down, or immediately soak the blender jar and used glasses in some water. Gin Fizzes are hard to clean up after, as the egg white ingredient will cause the mixture to cling to glass tenaciously. So why make this pain-in-the-ass drink with fancy rare ingredients that mess up all your dishes? What else are you going to have for breakfast on Mardi Gras day? Geeze! Some people... I swear...
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