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PG-13 Singapore Sling

PG-13 Singapore Sling

Why is this Singapore Sling PG-13? It means this recipe is safe for kids, but still fun for adults.

Ingredients

  • 2 tablespoons fresh lime juice

Recipe Preparation

  • Combine juices in a pitcher filled with ice and stir until cold. Divide among 4 Collins glasses filled with crushed ice and add 2–3 oz. tonic water to each. Garnish with mint sprigs.

Recipe by Michael Simon of Qui in Austin, Tex,

Nutritional Content

Calories (kcal) 60Fat (g) 0Saturated Fat (g) 0Cholesterol (mg) 0Carbohydrates (g) 15Dietary Fiber (g) 0Total Sugars (g) 10Protein (g) 1Sodium (mg) 15Reviews Section

The Raffles Hotel Original Singapore Gin Sling Cocktail

The Singapore Sling is one of those wonderful drinks that we probably have all heard of, but perhaps have never had. And because this recipe is often incorrectly recorded in most recipe books, even if you've think you've had it, you probably haven't. One of the key, and often overlooked ingredients in this drink is Benedictine. While the resulting flavour is not overly predominate, it does add a certain taste profile that would be totally missing without this secret ingredient. None dispute that the Singapore Sling was originally created by Mr. Ngiam Tong Boon for the Raffles Hotel in Singapore. However that is where the agreements end. The exact date is in question, with some people claiming it was in 1915, some 1913, while the hotel itself claims that it was created sometime prior to 1910. There is also plenty of disagreement as to how closely the current version of this drink that is served at Raffles is to what was originally served. Apparently the original recipe was lost and forgotten sometime in the 1930's, and the drink that they currently serve at the hotel's Long Bar (see recipe below) is based on memories of former bartenders, and some written notes that they were able to discover. Whatever the truth may be, this &quoticonic&quot drink is still enjoyed today, as much as it was back in the early 20th century! Maybe, the only way to really appreciate this cocktail, is to sip it slowly whilst sitting in a rattan chair, under the ceiling fans in the Long Bar at Raffles Hotel!


Singapore Sling

The Singapore Sling was created in the early 20th century at Long Bar in the Raffles hotel in Singapore. The original recipe is attributed to Raffles bartender Ngiam Tong Boon and is a variant on the Gin Sling, a type of single-serving punch.

The elaborate cocktail combines gin, Grand Marnier, cherry liqueur, herbal liqueur (often Bénédictine), pineapple, lime, bitters and club soda. The earliest published version of the recipe appeared in “The Savoy Cocktail Book,” a 1930 classic written by Harry Craddock. Subsequent recipes followed, and by 1948, David A. Embury states in his book “The Fine Art of Mixing Drinks” that no two published recipes for the Singapore Sling are the same.

When constructed with precise measurements, the Singapore Sling is tart, refreshing and delicious. But by the 1980s, the drink had been relegated to a sugary mixture of gin, bottled sweet-and-sour and grenadine. Some bars served a bright-red mixture from machines, while others quickly shook up the concoction for tourists. Even the famous Long Bar serves two versions: one derived from a premixed batch that tastes like fruit punch, and another that uses fresh juices and is shaken by hand. Cocktails are subjective, but the latter receives a nod from cocktail aficionados.

At its best, the Singapore Sling is nuanced, complex and ingredient-heavy. It’s also ripe for experimentation. As such, most incarnations of the “classic” cocktail are based on general notes and nostalgia. And many more modern versions result in an overly sweet drink that relies more on grenadine and pineapple juice than herbal liqueurs and fresh citrus. This recipe is as true to the classic as one can get it’s fruit-forward, herbaceous and strong. Give it a whirl, and then feel free to create your own version.


Dishes and drinks to try for an at-home graduation brunch

Celebrating while staying at home? Here are some recipes to help you celebrate your graduation.

The best part of any celebration is the food, especially when the day starts off with a celebratory brunch.

While we may not be able to gather to celebrate the Class of 2020’s graduation together, we can certainly celebrate at home by watching GW’s virtual Commencement Sunday with a mimosa or two by our sides. Before you sit down to watch the ceremony, prepare some brunch dishes and drinks to mark the occasion.

On the menu
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Gluten-free biscuits with garlic and herbs
This gluten-free version of a classic will make any gluten-free – or not – brunch attendees happy. These savory biscuits packed with garlic and a herby punch would be delicious plain or topped with any soft cheese or butter.
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Pastrami and potato hash with fried eggs
No brunch menu is complete without a pile of fried potatoes and eggs. This dish is that and more. The pastrami adds a savory flavor, and the green onion and sour cream topping will lighten everything up.
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Spaghetti carbonara frittata
This play on a traditional frittata gives you an excuse to indulge in a rich Italian classic at brunch. Spaghetti carbonara’s key ingredients of pancetta, pasta, pecorino cheese, black pepper and eggs are transformed into an entirely new dish.
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Vegan banana cake
Imagine banana bread, but cake. This vegan banana cake might be dairy- and egg- free, but it’s packed with other flavors. A sweet and fruity end to a brunch commencement celebration, this cake could be served with your favorite coconut whipped cream or maple syrup.
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At the at-home bar
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Thursday, January 22, 2015

Hot Milk Cakes with Strawberries and Cream

Prior baking these hot milk cakes from the book, Bon Appetit by Barbara Fairchild, I have seen many positive opinions of this kind of sponge cake. Some say that it is the hot milk that makes the cake very moist. Some say it is a traditional American sponge cake recipe that can't go wrong. Some say it is so simple yet so good.

Hot milk cake? According to its name and Wikipedia, hot milk cake gets its distinctive flavour from the addition of scalded milk. Instead of beating the yolks and whites separately, this kind of sponge cakes are made by beating the whole eggs together, then followed by the addition of flour plus baking powder and scalded milk-butter mixture.

When Joyce from Kitchen Flavours suggested baking miniature hot milk cakes with strawberries and cream for our bake-along with Lena from Frozen wings, I'm super excited. This is me feeling lots of positive aura when I baked my hot milk cakes.


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Best Places To Go For Halloween Around The World

With Halloween just around the corner, you’re probably trying to figure out where to go. You want to find a place that has the best haunted houses and attractions for kids of all ages.

Travelling to the USA might not be an option right now and you are wanting something closer to home. Or maybe you just want to explore a whole new place!

Well here’s the good news! There are many places across the world that offer up some great options for celebrating Halloween in style.

Discover the international destinations with some of the best experiences on offer during the popular celebration – Halloween!

Dublin, Ireland

Halloween in Ireland is one of the most important holidays, with its origins beginning from the ancient Celtic festival called Samhain. It is celebrated with a spooky traditional celebration – the Festival of Light, in which children dress up and walk from house to house singing songs.

Ireland’s capital Dublin is not only home to one of Europe’s best Halloween parties but also an impressive number of events and festivals, including the Samhain Festival, Bram Stoker Festival and Púca Festival.

The Hellfire Halloween walks perfect for some good scares! But for something a little more kid-friendly, check out the Halloween Roller Disco or head to Dracula Castle Museum for this special time of year.

London, England

Contributed by Alice from Adventures of Alice

London is a magical place. What’s more magical than spending Halloween in London with kids? The entire city transforms into a spooky and fun-filled destination for everyone to enjoy, and it’s perfect for families with children (no matter what age).

From trick-or-treating at the Tower of London to visiting museums that showcase the spine-tingling history, there are plenty of family-friendly activities available on October 31st. Plus, there are many wonderful free things to do in London too.

If you want to get into the spirit of things with your kids, here are some of the best things to do with kids in London at Halloween: take them to see one or more of the famous haunted houses in London, visit Madame Tussauds and see their newest attraction, “The Walking Dead” exhibition, explore all The Wizarding World has to offer at Universal Studios, enjoy a family-friendly ghost walk through St Paul’s Cathedral or Drury Lane Theatre District.

As one of the most popular cities in Europe and a hotspot for history buffs, London will not disappoint on your time away from home. From haunted houses to ghost tours, there are plenty of spooky activities to keep kids entertained while adults can enjoy some delicious pumpkin spice lattes at their favourite coffee shop. One thing’s for sure, Halloween in London won’t be boring.

Older kids and those not so easily spooked may also love to watch or join in the parade at World Zombie day, which is celebrated in London and around 50 other cities around the world too.

For more ideas, check out this epic guide to the best UK family-attractions.

York, England

Contributed by Hannah from Get Lost Travel Blog

York in England is considered one of the most haunted cities in the world. And with a history stretching back to the Romans in 71 AD, it’s unsurprising that York is home to many spooks and spirits.

The city has a wonderful collection of attractions to learn about York’s past in a family-friendly way. It is the perfect spooky destination for Halloween!

In an evening, the streets of York play host to several Ghost Walks. These guided trails take you to some of the most haunted spots in York and tell you tales of the resident ghosts. There are a number of walks available, some are more family-friendly than others, so check when booking which one is most appropriate for your family.

Black cats are a Halloween icon, and they also happen to be a symbol of York. There are 22 cat statues hidden on the buildings of York. You can discover them on the free, self-guided York Cat Trail. It’s a wonderful way to see the sights of York while seeking out those sneaky felines!

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If your children are aged eight and above, they can enter York Dungeon, an attraction that tells the dark history of York using live actors. You should note that this attraction can be frightening so use discretion when booking tickets. It is most suited to older children.

During the Halloween season, several family events take place throughout the city including pumpkin carving and a ghost hunt.

Finally, if you want a unique souvenir from your trip, make sure you visit York Ghost Merchant in The Shambles and choose your own ghost to take home with you! If you’re lucky enough to be spending a few days in York, there are loads of attractions you can add to your York bucket list.

Edinburgh, Scotland

Contributed by Gemma from Everything Edinburgh

Did you know that Edinburgh has an Old Town with cobbled streets, vaults that take you underground and local spiritual legends that still roam the city?

One of the best times to visit Scotland’s capital is in October as there are many things to do to celebrate Halloween.

Firstly, you can explore one of the oldest fortified sites in Europe, Edinburgh Castle. One of the buildings dates back to the 12th-century.

The castle is located on the Royal Mile, where you will also find many of Edinburgh’s spooky ghost tours, including my favourite, the Edinburgh Ghost Bus tour – a comedic take on the gory past and city ghouls.

One of the most popular attractions is the Edinburgh Vaults at South Bridge, as you get to see how people lived down below the cobbled streets as tourists and locals walk above.

What about a visit to Edinburgh Dungeons to learn about the local legend Maggie Dickson aka Half-Hangit Maggie?

Finally, there’s magic in the air in Edinburgh! As you walk around this fairytale city, can you spot the locations that inspired the Harry Potter books? Head to Victoria Street to see the original Diagon Alley…

Be aware at lunchtime you might get a fright, as the noise from One o’clock Gun fire penetrates the city!

Can’t visit in October? No stress! These tours and attractions are open all year round, so you can schedule a family trip in any season and not miss out!

Transylvania, Romania

Contributed by Jade from The Migrant Yogi

For an unconventional Halloween vacation with kids, why not check out the legendary Dracula’s Castle in Transylvania, Romania? A verbal description of Bran Castle, as it is officially named, served as the inspiration for Bram Stoker’s Dracula’s Castle, thus gaining its spooky nickname.

Dracula is an imaginary character, conceived by Bram Stoker (who had never, in fact, even visited Romania) in his legendary novel. The character of Dracula is said to be inspired by Wallachian Voievod, Vlad III (aka Vlad Dracul/Vlad Tepes/Vlad the Impaler). Although he never lived in the castle, there are documents that support claims that he was imprisoned there for a time.

Regardless, Bran Castle is now strongly associated with Dracula and Vlad Dracul and capitalises on that association.

In the autumn months, particularly mid-late October, events and celebrations in the village of Bran bring in crowds from all over the world. Kids, particularly tweens and teens, will love the spooky tales and local legends. Additionally, there is a “Museum of Torture” particularly popular with young boys! Be forewarned, however, that the actual dinner and party that take place on Halloween night inside the castle are both adults-only.

You will probably be based in Brasov for your visit to Bran Castle. There are a number of things to do in Brasov in addition to exploring the castle. Nearby, you can also visit Râşnov Fortress and the Libearty Bear Sanctuary. Transylvania in general is a marvellous time to enjoy Halloween with kids!

Mexico City, Mexico

Mexico City is known for their traditional Day of the Dead festivals or ‘Dia de los Muertos’. It’s a celebration to honour and remember those who have died. You can find altars in graveyards, homes and schools with offerings such as flowers, food (especially the favourite foods of the deceased), candles, photographs and personal possessions.

It typically falls in late October and early November, over 3 days of celebration. In Mexico City, there is an annual Day of the Dead parade, which is the second-largest parade in Mexico after the New Year’s Parade.

One of the best places to celebrate Day of the Dead in Mexico City is Coyoacán Centro. This artsy neighbourhood goes all out for Día de Muertos by incorporating altars, homes adorned with candy sugar skulls and flowers, beautifully decorated cemeteries that pay homage to loved ones lost too soon. There are also many Day of The Dead celebrations outside Mexico City.

Penetanguishene, Ontario, Canada

Contributed by Stephanie from The World As I See It

If you’re looking for fun places to celebrate Halloween, that are also kid-friendly, then PumpkInferno is a perfect choice. Located in the charming small town of Penetanguishene, Ontario, Canada, is where you’ll find Discovery Harbour.

This incredible living museum, set on the shores of Georgian Bay, is considered one of the most haunted places in Ontario.

Discovery Harbour is where a British military base was built to protect access to Upper Canada after the War of 1812. It now welcomes visitors to learn about the area’s history through its historic buildings, artifacts, replica navy ships, and fun ghost tours and events like PumpkInferno.

PumpkInferno takes place during the month of October and is considered one of Ontario’s top events. There are a host of activities and events taking place throughout the day and evening that are great for all ages.

There’s a haunted mansion set in an over 150-year-old building, an escape room, zombie axe throwing, a terror zone with motion-detecting animatronics, and the main attraction – the pumpkins. Take a walk around the grounds to see a ton of incredible carved pumpkins ranging from a forty-foot long dragon created out of pumpkins to other Halloween inspired figures.

Dating back over 200 years, Discovery Harbour is ripe with ghost stories, making it a perfect place to celebrate Halloween with the family.

Disneyland Paris, France

Contributed by Elisa from World in Paris

Disneyland Paris is one of the best places in France to celebrate Halloween with the family. The theme park is located 40 km east of Paris, and it is very easy to reach by public transportation.

For one week, Disneyland Paris hosts the Disney’s Halloween Festival, run by the mischievous Disney villains. The Disney heroes and heroines are hanging around the park too, happy to pose for a selfie with you in their Halloween costumes.

During Disney’s Halloween Festival, there are also special decorations for a total creepy atmosphere. If you celebrate Halloween in Disneyland Paris, a visit to the Phantom Manor in Frontierland is a must. This abandoned mansion, off the beaten path, is full of mystery and spirits.

For more creepy experiences, head to Adventure Island in Adventureland. Walk through the fog and strange noises and uncover the secrets of the Skull Rock!

Last but not least, visit the Temple of Peril, one of the last archaeological sites explored by Indiana Jones. It seems to be cursed!

Disneyland Paris is one of the most popular day trips from Paris, especially for Halloween. For a total Halloween experience, consider spending one night on-site in one of the Disney hotels. They are all fun places to rest your head and offer excellent facilities and a free shuttle to the park.

Find more ideas of things to do in Paris while visiting & get some great money-saving tips for your stay.

Melbourne, Australia

Contributed by Chontelle from Mum’s Little Explorers

Melbourne, Australia is a great place to celebrate Halloween with kids. Being such a multicultural city there are so many different family events and activities going on in October.

While it isn’t is big as in some parts of the world like the USA, there are still many families in Melbourne who celebrate this cultural holiday.

For many families, the main tradition on Halloween is to get together with friends in the neighbourhood, dressed up and go out to “trick or treat”. This is usually in the late afternoon for younger children, and in the early evening for the older ones. You won’t really find people out after dark like in the movies.

Home owners usually put out balloons on the letterbox or decorate their house if they celebrate, as an invitation for children to knock on their doors. It makes it easier for the kids, as they know which houses to go to without the risk of being disappointed.

There are some restaurants and businesses in Melbourne that get involved and many hold small events at their venues too which is great. Some even have special Halloween themed meals.

Find more information on Halloween in Melbourne each year.

Plan your visit to Melbourne with the best family attractions and rainy day activities in Melbourne.

We’ve compiled a list of the best places to go for Halloween with kids around the world. So get out your costume, pack up some treats (or tricks) and prepare yourself for an epic adventure that will be both fun and frightful! No matter what your family’s budget is, there are plenty of options to choose from for a fun-filled Halloween.

From the spooky and traditional to creative and one-of-a-kind, you can find something perfect for any type of kid (or grown-up) in just about every corner of the world. Whether it’s trick or treating at home with friends or exploring new places – we’ve got you covered with the ultimate Halloween bucket list for around the world! Happy haunting!

So where will you be celebrating Halloween this year? Are you travelling abroad to celebrate the holiday or staying closer to home? Share with us below.


Finding ‘Ohana (2021)

Uprooted from her Brooklyn life, Pilialoha “Pili” Kawena (Kea Peahu) and her family travel to Oahu to care for her ailing grandfather. Initially disappointed by the lack of big-city buzz and activity, they discover a pirate journal that alludes to an ancient treasure buried somewhere on the island. As Pili and her older brother begin their quest for the trove, their journey takes them on a Hawaiian odyssey that connects them with their ancient island heritage. A loving family drama, Finding ‘Ohana is The Goonies meets visually breathtaking Hawaii.

Rotten Tomatoes: 85%
Genre: Adventure, Action, Comedy
Stars: Kea Peahu, Alex Aiono, Lindsay Watson
Director: Jude Weng
Rating: PG
Runtime: 123 minutes


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Above, John J. Fitz Gerald, from the Aug. 15, 1931, Binghamton (NY) Press, pg. 14.

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Wikipedia: Gimlet (cocktail)
The gimlet is a cocktail typically made of gin or vodka and lime juice. A 1928 description of the drink was: “gin, a spot of lime, and soda” (D. B. Wesson, I’ll never be Cured III). A 1953 description was: “a real gimlet is half gin and half Rose’s Lime Juice and nothing else” (Terry Lennox in Raymond Chandler’s The Long Goodbye).

The Savoy Cocktail Book (1999 edition, first published in 1930) contains the following recipe:
1/2 Burrough’s Plymouth Gin
1/2 Rose’s Lime Juice Cordial
Stir, and serve in the same glass. Can be iced if desired.

The Savoy Cocktail Book also has a recipe for the “Gimblet Cocktail”:
1/4 Lime Juice
3/4 Dry Gin
Shake well and strain into medium size glass fill up with soda water

According to the Wall Street Journal Weekend Edition of August 4, 2006, a gimlet consists of the following:
2 oz. gin or Vodka
1/4 to 1/2 oz. simple syrup
1/2 oz. lime juice
Garnish with a lime

The Bartender’s Bible by Gary Regan lists the recipe as:
2 oz. gin
1/2 ounce Rose’s lime juice
Garnish with lime wedge
Regan also states, “. since the Rose’s product has such a long and impressive history (which predates the gimlet), I am inclined to think that Rose’s was the ingredient that invented the drink”.

The New New York Bartender’s Guide by Sally Ann Berk lists the ratio of gin to Rose’s lime juice as 3:1 instead of 4:1 as in the above recipes.

For the vodka gimlet, replace gin with vodka. As of the 1990s, maybe earlier, bartenders often answer requests for the gimlet with a vodka gimlet. Vodka gimlets were popularized by renowned proposition gambler and raconteur “Hong Kong” Freddie Wong, whose spirit of choice is quadruple-distilled Belvedere. As the gimlet was director Edward D. Wood, Jr.’s favorite cocktail, he often used the pseudonyms “Telmig Akdov” or “Akdov Telmig” (Vodka Gimlet spelled backwards) for his adult novels.

Merriam-Webster Dictionary
Main Entry: 4gimlet
Function: noun
Etymology: probably from 1gimlet
Date: 1928
: a drink consisting of sweetened lime juice and gin or vodka and sometimes carbonated or plain water

(Oxford English Dictionary)
gimlet, n.
A cocktail, usu. consisting of gin and lime-juice.
1928 D. B. WESSON I’ll never be Cured III. 73 The ‘Gimlet’ we were introduced to..at the Golf Club: and it proved to be the well and flavorably known ricky, but described as ‘gin, a spot of lime, and soda’.
1937 N. COWARD Present Indicative IX. 378 Standing about in the ward-room accepting with gracious melancholy ‘gimlet’ after ‘gimlet’.
1953 R. CHANDLER Long Good-Bye (1959) iii. 18 A real gimlet is half gin and half Rose’s Lime Juice and nothing else.

Google Books
South Africa and the Transvaal War
By Louis Creswicke
Published by T. C. & E. C. Jack
1900
Pg. 122:
Farewell drinks — beer, gin and lime-juice, green chartreuse, tea — were disposed of, and then from five till midnight the steady march onwards was pursued.

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Down Among Men
By Will Levington Comfort
New York, NY: George H. Doran Company
1914
Pg. 91:
“Give me a little touch of that gin and lime juice.”

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March 1918, State Service (NY), pg. 27, col. 2:
In the good old summer time, the good old summer time
When highbrows gather ‘round the jug
To gulp their gin and lime.
The needs of state will have to wait,
To hurry up would be crime
For laws will last, but ice melts fast
In the good old summer time.

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Young China and New Japan
By Ada Elizabeth Jones Chesterton
Philadelphia, PA: J.B. Lippincott Company
1933
Pg. 44:
Singapore has a marvellous “gimlet,” compound of gin, lime-juice, water, and pounded ice, and Bunny found joy in a “Number Dua,” a pleasant mixture with a Malayan taste.

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With Naked Foot
By Emily Hahn
Indianapolis, IN: The Bobbs-Merrill Company
1934
Pg. 87:
(A gimlet is made of gin and bottled lime juice. It is the tipple of Hong Kong, as a gin sling is of Singapore.)

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Land of the White Parasol and the Million Elephants:
A Journey Through the Jungles of Indo-China

By Sidney Jennings Legendre
New York, NY: Dodd, Mead & Company
1936
Pg. 9:
It was our custom to sit in the Cafe Metropole and drink “gimlets” (gin and lime juice served in a champagne glass) and watch “the news of the day” flashed…

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We Cover the World
By Eugene Lyons
New York, NY: Harcourt, Brace and Company
1937
Pg. 133:
Drinking a cool gimlet (gin and lime-juice) on its veranda I watched the younger officers play tennis with some ..
(Gymkhana Club—ed.)

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What’s Your’s?:
The Students Guide to Publand

By Thomas Ernest Bennett Clarke
Published by Davies
1938
Pg. 26:
(NB — Gin and lime juice should be ordered as “gimlet” if intended for a lady describing herself as dance hostess, mannequin or “on the films.")

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Warning Lights of Asia
By Gerald Samson
London: Robert Hale Limited
1940
Pg. 26:
At the Hongkong Hotel I had my first introduction to the white man’s favourite cocktail, gin, lime, and water, happily called a gimlet.

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Night in Bombay
By Louis Bromfield
Edition: 2
New York, NY: Harper & Brothers
1940
Pg. 45:
“Make me a gimlet,— straight gin and lime juice— I can’t drink any more water.”

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The Setting Sun of Japan
By Carl Randau and Leane Zugsmith
New York, NY: Random House
1942
Pg. 155:
. at the American Club, sipping Gimlets, the most relished drink in town, although it was made simply of gin, lime juice and quantities of crushed ice.

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The Gentleman’s Companion
By Charles Henry Baker
New York, NY: Crown Publishers
1946
Pg. 37:
THE FAR EASTERN GIMLET, CLASSIC NOW ALL over the world. (. ) This last is a British invention based on a similar essence to Rose’s Lime Juice — which .

Google Books
Halfway to Freedom:
A Report on the New India in the Words and Photographs of Margaret Bourke-White

By Margaret Bourke-White
New York, NY: Simon and Schuster
1949
Pg. 185:
The occasion of the meeting was a “gimlet party” for maharajas and and their guests, and over the Anglicized martini (half gin and half lime juice) which in India is called a gimlet.

18 September 1951, Santa Fe (NM) New Mexican, pg. 2, col. 3 ad:
Before Summer Is Gone
You Should Try A
Gimlet

2 parts Gin or Vodka
1 part Rose sweetened Lime Water
(Murphy’s Liquors—ed.)

20 August 1954, Long Beach (CA) Independent, pg. 24, col. 2 ad:
Looking for something smooth? Try a cool, breathless Vodka Gimlet. made with Crown Russe. It’s a Smoothie!
(Crown Russe Extra Smooth Vodka—ed.)

6 July 1956, Dallas (TX) Morning News, part 1, pg. 13 ad:
three parts vodka
one part lime juice
sweeten to taste
stir over ice and pour
in cocktail glass
GARNISH WITH GREEN CHERRY
And good! M-m-m! Very good, these Gimlets! One caution: be sure to use green cherries, for that’s what makes the difference between just a Gimlet and a Hollywood Gimlet.
(. )
Why not get the mixings today and try a Vodka Gimlet soon?
(Centennial liquor stores—ed.)

San Francisco (SF) Chronicle
Inventive gimlets stray from tradition
Camper English, Special to The Chronicle
Friday, November 3, 2006
(. )
The cocktail name originated from the tool called a gimlet that was used to open the casks of lime juice, or from a ship’s surgeon named Sir Thomas Desmond Gimlette, depending on which story you believe.
(. )
Cucumber is a very popular cocktail ingredient now, so it’s no surprise to see it appearing in gimlets. Sushi restaurant Tokyo Go-Go serves a cucumber-infused sake gimlet. The cucumber-infused vodka gimlet at Cortez has been a longtime crowd favorite. Bartenders at Nopa also add elderflower syrup to their vodka gimlets. Oakland’s Di Bartolo’s gimlet includes cracked cardamom with lime and gin or vodka.

Some gimlet expressions stray even further from the original recipe. The Ima gimlet at Mecca has mint and is served in a glass with a sugared rim. Pesce’s Yerba Buena Gimlet is made with tequila, mint, lime and simple syrup. Citizen Thai and the Monkey creates a vodka gimlet with lemongrass, Cointreau, and sweet and sour mix in addition to the lime.


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