John Collins

John Collins
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In England, this drink is traditionally credited to John Collins, a bartender who worked at Limmer's Hotel, Conduit Street, London. The 'coffee house' of this hotel, a true dive bar, was popular with sporting types during the 19th century, and famous, according to the 1860s memoirs of a Captain Gronow, for its gin-punch as early as 1814.
John Collins
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In England, this drink is traditionally credited to John Collins, a bartender who worked at Limmer's Hotel, Conduit Street, London. The 'coffee house' of this hotel, a true dive bar, was popular with sporting types during the 19th century, and famous, according to the 1860s memoirs of a Captain Gronow, for its gin-punch as early as 1814.
Ingredients
  • 50 ml Bourbon
  • 20 ml Lime Juice
  • 20 ml Sugar Syrup
  • Top with Soda
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Instructions
Preparation
  1. Shake first 3 ingredients with ice and strain into ice-filled glass. Top with soda, stir and serve
Garnish
  1. Cherry
  2. Orange Slice